Nissan has reached yet another milestone with the sale of the 4-millionth Altima unit in US markets. This has translated into an increase of number of units being sold during the month of November as compared to 2007. The 2013 Altima model is increasingly competitive in its mid size sedan segment and its residual value and transaction price have enabled it to stay above its competitors.
It boasts of a five start NCAP rating coupled with impressive style quotient, make it the best in its class. Altima’s 2.5 liter engine boasts of a 38 mpg (16.16 kmpl) fuel economy on the highway which translates into a best in the segment fuel economy rating. Since 1992 when the first Altima was launched in markets, the model has been revamped many a times to satisfy customers all over the world who have received this vehicle with enthusiasm. Quality and reliability are some of the factors are constant with the Altima models till date. For more information, scroll down.
“Since the first Altima rolled off the line at the Nissan Smyrna Vehicle Assembly plant in 1992, the nameplate’s reputation for quality and reliability has grown stronger with each new model,” said Brian Carolin, senior vice president of sales and marketing. “The 2013 Altima lives up to this standard with its five-star NCAP safety rating, and it adds best-in-class fuel economy as well as class-leading style and content.”