Nissan has been making incredibly reliable and trustworthy cars for many a decade, at this point. The Japanese automotive titan, also known as Nissan Motor Company Ltd, has had its hands in the creation of some of the best and most popular cars that have ever set rubber to pavement.
The company — ranked as the sixth biggest automotive company in the world as recently as 2010, just barely three years ago — has been making cars since cars were first being made. In fact, some of Nissan’s earliest contributions helped shape the modern automobile as we know it.
It’s no surprise, then, to see that this Japanese monster of automobile construction and design continues to churn out new and innovative vehicles that get us where we need to go on a daily basis, and in the highest of style. With a combination of its many well-known models and its continued penchant for innovation and improvement, Nissan continues to sit at the vanguard of automotive development. New models are always exciting to hear about and take in, but an update of an existing model can often wind up being just as exciting and interesting to learn. With its incredibly impressive line of cars — from sports vehicles to sturdy trucks — just about any new development is an exciting one. To ring in the new year, Nissan has made some significant changes to the Altima, one of its most popular cars. We’ll talk about a few of these changes and how they might affect your driving experience, whether for the better or worse.
The Nissan Altima is easily one of the most popular cars on the road. A mid-range sedan, the Altima offers plenty in the way of power and luxury, at an affordable price market to boot. For this reason the Altima is as smart a choice for a first car as it is for a new addition to your already-extensive fleet of transportational vehicles. Many have enjoyed the luxury and efficiency of the Nissan Altima, which are pretty high, considering the car’s price range. There are few mid-range sedan that offer as much to its drivers as the Altima, and for the money it’s a great choice. It’s easy to see why the Altima is as massively popular as it is.
The redesigned 2013 Altima features some exciting changes, and a lot of them stand to make the driving experience even more enjoyable. The interior has been made a lot roomier, and while this is a great change for many drivers, it’s apparently come at the expense of some of the more powerful engine components. While many drivers of a car like the Nissan aren’t holding their rides to the same standards as something from Vauxhall Corsa, some might still be dismayed that the engine is slightly less powerful than its predecessor. This, however, is also not something that many driving the Altima will be concerned with, and overall the car remains a smart choice for many drivers.