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The Best Car I have ever owned
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
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By akinchen
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2014 Nissan Altima 3.5 SV 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)


Review

This is a fantastic car , I opted to get the 3.5 SV mainly due to the performance .
It is extremely fast for a sedan and extremely fuel Efficient . Slow down the RPM to about 68 on HWY and I consistently get
36 MPG, Brim to Brim fill up , Go about 75 and it will go down to the original specs which is 31 MPG.
I use only synthetic oil in all my cars .
For Texas hwy it is a fantastic car , quiet and Luxury.
I also have
Lexus and it is to me a bit better than my 4
year old Lexus which I paid a lot more for.
Nissan
CVT is considered the best of all Car makers .
I prefer Cloth interior , not a big fan of leather .
The car is Super quiet and is the best car I have ever owned , beat all


Best Features

The only thing I wish were better is,, I wish it had LED rear lights, I tried to remove the rear light housing and gosh could not get it off . Don't want to damage the car so must let the Mechanic upgrade to LED rear light . To replace the bulbs cost bout 30 plus labor , but makes the rear lights so much brighter . The steering is harder than my old 2010 Altima which I gave my daughter , but that is the only thing worse . I actually get better fuel economy than the 2010 Altima that has the 4 cylinder , which I find fantastic .


Worst Features

Wish it had Led rear lights but that is all


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Excellent value and very versatile
12 of 51 people found this review helpful
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By 280zthuziest
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2014 Nissan Altima 3.5 SV 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)


Review

My first car was a 280Z. While I prefer my 2008 Maxima's ride personally, if I were in the market for a new car I would probably choose the V6 Altima since it has the same engine and _much_ better mpg (~27 vs my 22 average).

It has the standard 18" alloys that were an option on my '08 Maxima and is a IIHS Top Safety Pick + which is the highest possible. Its also a bit slimmer which I prefer.


Best Features

bullet proof V6 engine, new seats, standard Bluetooth, standard no-key-in-hand Intelligent Key entry and Ignition, 18" alloys, upgraded suspension


Worst Features

more bolstering on the front seats for sport driving, AWD option would be great!


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