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Nissan have announced $500 rebate on 2014 Altima model. It will be available till 01/02/2014. I am looking for Altima SV with Tech & Conv Package. What should be the target price, any suggestions?
2014 Nissan Altima 2.5 SV 36mo, 15K/yr lease .00045 MF and 57% residual SL residual is 54% regards, kyfdx
Hello, Could some provide me the latest MF and RV for 2014 Nissan Altima SV and SL thanks
At this point each of the manufacturers of the top 4—Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Ford—have the capacity to make at least 33,000 of their midsize model every month. And Toyota can make up to 40,000 Camrys each month. Bottom line: no one is selling as many as they can make at this point. I thought by now it might be closer to neck and neck, and that the Camry might be ... Read More
What you say is true, but running some epa estimated annual fuel costs I got a shock.... The EPA estimates the following 2014 Passat turbo diesel auto, 34 combined mpg Annual fuel cost: c. $1700 2014 Nissan Altima 31 combined Annual fuel cost: c. $1550 Since diesel fuel costs more than regular gas these days, the higher mpg of the Passat turbodiesel can be more than wiped out.... The Kia Optima, ... Read More
Was quoted $23,578 for the 2014 SV w/ nav, splash guards, conv package, carpeted mats, trunk net and body SM.....the OTD price w/8% sales tax, doc fees, and other fees was $25,836.74. This also included 0% finance for 5 yrs, and Apple Ipad. It also included $1250 in Nissan incentives...The sales manager took 3 runs at me after the salesman quoted me his first price which was over $27K...OTD...The sales manager ... Read More
thanks again kyfdx still didnt lease car - hoping rates/incentives/rebates will be better for December Nissan dealer told us that after 12 payments they put everyone at tier 1 for next lease - seemed a little fishy to me too - will have to ask Nissan directly before leasing Still desperately need a car and driving a rental - just don't want to take a bad deal or make the wrong ... Read More
Currently, I own a 2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 SV with about 18,000 miles on it. No convenience package,base model. Also, I have 0% financing for 60 months. I am getting a deal for a new 2014 Chevy Malibu 1LT with convenience package. I have been offered the Chevy Malibu 1LT for $23,000 out the door. Financing is 1.99% for 60 months. They are giving me $18,000 for the Altima. Is this ... Read More
At those prices, I'd go with the 36 month lease, rather than 24 months.. I don't know what Nissan will do with credit tiers later.... The dealer might, but I wouldn't lease this car, based on hoping to get a better credit report on the next one.... That's too far away to count on, I think... Plus, hopefully by then, your credit will be better on it's own, from fixing whatever ... Read More
thank you kyfdx does everything else look ok? residual, etc? Is this a fair deal? dealer says they're selling for $500 below invoice - according to my calculations it is purchase is no better - lease is shorter & less painful after 12 payments we were told nissan will put anyone leasing with them in tier 1 for next lease purchase. is this true?
after a horrible accident brand new car just totaled - need new car ASAP here are rates/etc dealer gave us today: this is for tier 8 credit with Nissan money factor: .00410 $1000 down (including first months payment) 36 month lease invoice price: $23,977 rebate: $875 monthly payment: $438.86 12k miles residual: $15,384.50 24 month lease invoice price: $23,977 rebate: $875 monthly payment: $509.26 12k miles residual: $16,976 someone please let ... Read More
Do you have Nov rates for the 2014 Altima 2.5 SL + Tech , 24 & 36 months, 15K. I have an Altima 2.5 SL lease that is expiring in Dec. Also, can you confirm the total incentive cash back for leases. It is unclear whether total is $1,000 + 500 + 375 to lease thru Nissan (numbers listed on your site ) and then the rest is just the negotiated ... Read More
The epa has a 2 mpg difference between the Sonata and the Accord, which admittedly isn't huge, but some independent tests seem to find something similar. For instance, this AutoGuide comparison had the Sonata getting 27.4 mpg while the Accord got 29.8, a difference of slightly more than 2 mpg. We actually did hit 40 once on a hwy trip with the CVT Accord, and so I think it does still ... Read More
Hi. Was thinking of leasing, but got a finance quote of $24,200 on 2013 Altima 2.5 SL with tech/moon and mat/molding/lighting, silver/black leather. Basically $28K (I will do better negotiating on this) minus $3800 Nissan incentives ($500 cap cash, $1000 cust cash, $2300 equipment allowance). Dealer said the $2300 equip allowance applied to this car as it's been on the lot for 160 days. I don't know much about new car ... Read More
The Camry seems all but certain to win the midsize sales race for 2013. Here's where things stand for the first seven months of this year: Camry: 242,406 Accord: 218,367 Altima: 197,321 Fusion: 181,668 But Ford is ramping up Fusion production in Flat Rock, and next year will have the capacity to make 100,000 Fusions there to add to the 350,000 already made in Mexico. Nissan also has the capacity to ... Read More
What, pray tell, is going on here? 2013 Honda Accord 2014 Mazda6 2013 Ford Fusion 2013 VW Passat 2013 Kia Optima 2013 Nissan Altima 2013 Hyundai Sonata ... all better cars than the Camry, IMO. Heck, maybe even the Malibu is a better car than the Camry!
"The Altima is a great car and we had a hard time choosing between it and the Accord. Oddly, though the Altima is lighter, it felt like the bigger, less agile car when we drove it." Car & Driver said the same thing. They said the Accord felt like it was made of "Lightweightium", and that was part of the Honda magic. It feels bigger inside and smaller outside. (Like the ... Read More
Interesting. Good to get some first hand input. I had gotten the impression that it has been too easy to see the high revs when just being a bit aggressive in day to day city life. My impression was derived both by everything I have read in the past year or so, and the 09 I demo'd (and a 2010 Outback). I have a feeling that with my driving style it ... Read More
Regarding the CVT in the Altima. I rented an 2012 Altima(not rated as high mpg as the 2013) to make a trip from Chicago to Texas and back last year. It got about 34mpg with 97% expressway driving between 70-75mph. While I didn't really care all that much for the CVT, I think it was more of being "used to" a standard auto tran versus the CVT which performed fine. I ... Read More
I agree. Furthermore, DI has more expensive components to service and repair. I remember back when individual fuel injectors were starting to replace throttle body fuel injection. It took years and years before the IFI surpassed the fuel economy of TBI. Personally, I'm not all that enamored with DI as long as we are forced to make it burn 10% ethanol. Plus, it may offer impressive hp and torque but if ... Read More
I don't think it's outdated. I just found the Accord engine to be much quieter. The Altima is a great car and we had a hard time choosing between it and the Accord. Oddly, though the Altima is lighter, it felt like the bigger, less agile car when we drove it. Both of them light years better than the Camry hybrid though, which truly felt like a boat in comparison. I ... Read More
"Outdated" as it is, it's still quick and got the best fuel economy of the bunch in the test. 182hp and 27/38 isn't bad at all. I like that they've made strides in making the Altima lighter than its competitors. Save weight, and a whole host of problems can be alleviated.
Yeah, the results of Edmund's comparison test of the Accord, Altima, and 6 surprised me as well. The Altima hasn't fared very well in most other comparison tests, so I expected it to be a distant third here. It's not without its virtues, though. In contrast to a lot of recently redesigned cars, the Altima seems to be veering more toward comfort than handling. The outdated 4 cylinder and CVT issues ... Read More
Yeah, I like the Accord Sport with the 18" rims. Almost like a 4 door Prelude! I like my Hyundai/Kia product too, but I was scared of the long term turbo reliability. The 2.4 in mine is more than adequate for me as well. I do wish I had 18" rims for the look, but with 3 kids in grade/middle school my 17" will have to do!!
Yeah, I got the Sport with AT and find it more than acquit and for far less outlay. We also have a Sonata SE 2.0T. Really like the twin scroll turbine with very little lag. Still find it hunts and pecks around 35 mph. Not sure if it's the trans. or the motor. Also have had some issues with it. Really just needed something big enough to be comfortable, engaging to ... Read More
Not cubic inches necessarily, just a 2.0T instead of a base 2.4 or 2.5. My car stickered at $24,260, and negotiated $21,880 for the Optima EX. There is't a feature in the world that is going to make me pay $31,000 without a performance bump...or even a Hybrid. I just would personally feel ripped off if that 10 grand got me only a 5.8 touchscreen and a few more electric nannies. ... Read More
Agreed, with the advent of direct injection, variable valve timing and multiple ratio drive trains the V-6 will eventually go the way of the V-8. I find it humorous that detractors lambaste Mazda for not providing a V-6 or turbo option yet have not driven the car or other similar four cylinder equipped cars. As for the comparison I test drove all 3 and put the Altima at the bottom. To ... Read More
Strangely this comparo is at odds with other reviews of the same vehicles, where they couldn't praise the Accord high enough and found the Altima rather mushy. See http://www.caranddriver.com/comparisons/2013-ford-fusion-se-ecoboost-vs-2013-hon- da-accord-ex-2013-nissan-altima-25-sv-2012-volkswagen-passat-25-se-comparison-te- st
With today's 4-cylinder engines, a lot of people find a V6 pointless. 7-second 0-60 times are plenty quick for a daily grind. Trust me, I made an urban+interstate commute on 70+ MPH interstates every day in a car that ran a 0-60 closer to 10 seconds. I lived to tell about it after 9 years and 235k miles. Today's driver wants more features per dollar, not just cubic inches under the ... Read More
Thanks for posting this new comparo. I was shocked at the prices first of all. No way am I going to pay $30k for a base 4 cylinder car. For that kind of money; you can get an Accord V6, Optima Turbo, Altima 3.5 s (V6), etc. I can't see spending more than 27k for the base engine models. One thing I was glad to see were 0-60 times that show ... Read More
Both are top safety pick plus rated, but the Accord's score was higher. I noticed the standard screen used for backup camera is bigger and brighter on the Accord than the standard backup monitor screen on the Altima. If you get navigation on the Altima, then the screen size increases. I will have to see this in person to determine if it is a problem. One advantage of fleet sales is ... Read More
I definitely prefer the 2013 Accord over the 2013 Altima. The Altima is getting blander with each redesign and it kinda feels like it’s trying to morph into a Camry! =/ I spent a weekend with a 2014 Accord Sport CVT a few months back (my bro-in-law runs the body shop for a big Honda/Acura dealer and he brought it home for me). I’m still not a CVT fan and I ... Read More
I'm looking for a midsized sedan with these features: Under $26K street price after discounts Do well in new small overlap crash test Keyless passive entry and push button start Backup camera Rear seat HVAC vents Bluetooth stereo streaming Remote start Well controlled road and engine noise Best possible initial quality and lack of interior rattling and squeaking noises 2 cars that seem to best match this are the 2013 Nissan ... Read More
"Speaking of the Passat, who is buying these things? I live about 5 miles from a VW dealer and I've only seen 3 or 4 of the current model." I do see them around Louisville here and there, but not a whole lot compared to Fusions, Sonatas, etc., let alone Accord, Camry, and Altima. VW can make c. 170,000 Passats a year at its TN factory, which is a bit more ... Read More
A lot of good insights here, igo. Thank you. I'm in the market for a new midsizer right now and the three finalists for me are the Mazda 6, Honda Accord and Ford Fusion. Each has its pluses and minuses... I would've also considered the Altima, but since "sporty" Nissan decided to nix the manual transmission option, I responded, in turn, by crossing them off my shopping list. And therein lies ... Read More
I've driven two models of the 2014 Mazda 6 along with others in this segment. The Accord Sport looks like a interesting option, driven the LX. The Optima does not have a spare tire, jack or a place to store them (!!??) One thing to consider if you live where it snows 18" and larger wide profile tires can be hazardous. Had to buy dedicated rims and snow tires for the ... Read More
I have actually had some hands-on experience with several of the newest mid-sizers. I drove a new Mazda6 Grand Touring all day while I was having my CX-9 serviced one day last week. My brother-in-law is the body shop manager at a Honda dealer and he brought home a 2013 Accord Sport CVT for me to drive for a weekend. My best-friend has a 2013 Fusion SE 1.6 EcoBoost as his ... Read More
Have been shopping and test driving a few mid-sizer's: The 2014 Mazda 6 sport was a hoot to drive, the four almost has the torque of a V-6. Rather noisy on the highway (it was windy) and the sight lines are not great, small mirrors too.Still felt more like a sports car than a sedan, though you do feel every road irregularity. The 2013 Accord LX 4 cyl. - still looks ... Read More
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