1995 Nissan Altima Consumer Review: Best bang for buck, but still

1995 Nissan Altima Sedan - Consumer Review

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Best bang for buck, but still lacking...
By chang10is on


1995 Nissan Altima GXE 4dr Sedan


I purchased my GXE Altima from another
owner 3 years ago. For its cost, the
Altima is a clear winner for value.
It is reliable (no problems at all
yet), has a very nice engine, and
gives the driver a good feel of the
road. Most of the controls have a
fairly nice feel, as build quality is
good overall.

Despite the a rattle in my car and
some of the plastic nobs on the
factory stereo falling off, the Altima
definitely has the American cars in
this class beat in build quality and
reliability. However, it still trails
behind the compact and midsize sedans
of Honda and Toyota on in this area.

Best Features

Good amount power on engine, sporty feel, high reliability, excellent value. With any car in this class, it's too easy to rattle off a long list of suggested improvements, but for the money, I don't think I could've made a better decision than to pick the Altima.

Worst Features

Suspension is too firm. Gas pedal is hard to push down, and break is very easy--unbalanced. Build quality could be a little better, especially with parts that rattle. Gear shifting is rough with auto transmission (clutch has a good feel, but manual model is too hard to find!).
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