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Almost missed this beauty
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By paul
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2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)


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I was all set to buy the Passat (also a lot of car for the money) and decided last minute to drive the Nissans. Drove both the Maxima and Altima and it was clear as day that I preferred the Altima, much more fun to drive for me and newer technology throughout. Slightly less luxurious than Maxima though. So far, I love this car. Pure pleasure to drive and I hate when I arrive at work and have to get out of this thing. I think it is the right combination of size, comfort, sport and economy to win the category hands down. I can say this after having driven the Passat, Accord, Camry, A4 and countless others. My second choice would have been the Passat.


Best Features

Bluetooth, steering wheel, navigation with backup camera, low, sporty exterior look, the xenon headlights.


Worst Features

The seats are indeed a little firm. It would be nice if the full bore little deeper. That said they do provide decent support in day-to-day driving and cornering.


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2007 2.5SL altima i love it
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By gcs
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2007 Nissan Altima 2.5 S 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl CVT)


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I got a 2.5SL Nissan altima and it's great. Leather seats are good and comfy.


Best Features

I love the performance of this 4 cylinder engine. Like the keyless entry, touch ignition and of course Bose sound system.


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Great car, great value
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By amram80
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2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 SE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)


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The V-6 is very strong, and the styling really turns heads. The stereo could have a little more output, but the sound quality is good. The intelligent key is very cool, but it does take some getting used too. Many in the Altima forums have complained about the gas mileage, but my first trip yielded 33 mpg with 90% highway driving. I picked the V-6 because much of my driving is in the mountains and it was actually a better deal than the I-4. I've gotten mixed comments concerning the premium fuel issue, but most who have the V-6 have run regular fuel without problems. In conclusion, I believe this is the best value on the market in a midsize sedan. Period.


Best Features

General styling and strong V-6.


Worst Features

Limited availability of colors and popular options. Inability to order options a la carte versus packages. Seats need lumbar supports.


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Great Vehicle
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By Jen R
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2007 Nissan Altima 2.5 S 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl CVT)


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All I have owned before were Hondas. My husband and I were ready for a change, and I am glad I made it. The day I picked it up it was 98 degrees outside, my 4 cyl Accord was a dog with the A/C on, took the Altima home with the A/C blasting and it never skipped a beat. Love the "no shift" CVT. Gas mileage is right where I left off with my Accord, hoping it gets even better with more miles, and a long trip under it's belt. This is my first car that is actually "purchased" and am glad this is one I get to hang onto for a while.


Best Features

Totally keyless system, CVT, convenience plus package is very nicely equipped, exterior styling that sets it apart from the competition.


Worst Features

Still trying to get used to the seats, they sit differently than anything I have driven. Power passenger seat.


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By wayne
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2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)


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Just returned from a vacation. Got 29.5 mpg at 65 mph interstate driving w/cruise on, level terrain. Very satisfied with fuel economy. Exceptional performance w/93 octane. Runs fine on 87. For 20 cents per gallon more, I'll stick to the higher as recommended by Nissan.


Best Features

Styling, CVT, power (270 hp), smart steering wheel, bluetooth, sirius radio.


Worst Features

Softer driver/pax seats.


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