2018 Nissan Altima Concept – Though we can’t reason that it’s a significantly less-unexciting replacement for the Toyota Camry any longer, the Nissan Altima could be a fantastic choice for individuals needing an affordable mid-size sedan whereby subtly is queen. The Altima was restyled for the 2016 model year but refrained from implementing the strange front side grille and headlights on the Maxima, which we’re eternally thankful for.
For the 2018 model year, Nissan states it’s working on upgrading the Altima’s interior features and technology. Smart Frontward Accident Caution and Auto Emergency Braking are now standard across all trims, ongoing Nissan’s motivation to provide slicing-edge regular safety technology to the overall vehicle lineup for 2018.
The new Altima may come in just 5 various trim levels, as Nissan has ditched the base model 2.5 and 3.5 SR variations. The new lowest priced option is the $23,140 2.5 S when the Altima 3.5 SL statements the leading location at $33,510. Nissan also revised its package assortment, adding the Technician package with Clever Vacation cruise Management and Special Edition package (SR toned only) featuring larger rims and a NissanConnect infotainment system with Apple CarPlay/Google Android Auto, even though these features come regularly on the 3.5 SL.
The $24,200 Altima SR is tuned specifically for performance, receiving a subtle rear spoiler, sports suspensions, smoked exterior lighting, and a leather-based-twisted steering wheel with paddle shifters.
Now available on the 2.5 SL and 3.5 SL trims are new Absolutely no Gravitational forces bucket seats in advance, which Nissan claims is inspired by NASA.
The 2.5 Altima features a 179-horsepower, 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, of course, although the 3.5 likes its personal V-6 with 270 horses, and both are associated with a Xtronic CVT for optimum smoothness.