I researched the car first. When I test drove it, it was more comfortable and more powerful than I imagined, that was great. The trunk is huge and the color green is perfect.
I Bought the car a month or two ago used and even after the 36k that was on it, it still runs awesome. Gas Mileage is amazing too. The car is comfortable to do long rides with the nice seats and ample passenger room.
The Altima is a fabulous car to own and drive. The only reason I gave it 4 stars in performance; is because I was used to driving a V6 or V8. The car has plenty of power, just not the acceleration I am used to. On the flip side, with a 20 gallon gas tank, I am getting way better mileage than with a better accelerating car.
The 2007 Nissan Altima raises the bar for family sedans. During this model year, Nissan redesigned the Altimato be more refined and comfortable, resulting in a dynamic vehicle with a roomy, stylish that rivals entry-level sports cars in performance.
he Nissan Altima was introduced in 1992. It was originally classified as a compact car, but was reclassified to midsize in 2001. The 2007 Nissan Altima is a part of the fourth generation, which also included a coupe. The previous generation built the Altima's strong performance reputation. In addition to a redesigned interior, the 2007 Altima featured a new transmission: the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
The Nissan Altima brings enthusiasm to the daily commute. It earns strong performance and mileage from its V6 models, and it has a roomy, comfortable . Acceleration is more than adequate for the four-cylinder model. The Altima feels quick and sophisticated when turning around tight city corners, and glides down the highway smoothly, especially compared to other midsize sedans. Ride quality is extremely comfortable, even for family members in the backseat. For higher-trim Altimas, the sportier suspension will really pay off on rough patches of road.
This family sedan is one of the more popular in this vehicle segment. It's known for efficiency rather than the glamour associated with sports vehicles. Yet the stylish Nissan Altima bridges the gap between the two archetypes. The Altima's suspension and V6 engine make it notably sportier than other family sedans, but its previously lackluster interior always held it back. With the 2007 interior redesign, it gained a stylish interior to match its increasingly athletic character.
The Altima was built to cruise in style. Overall, Nissan has elevated the Altima as a premium sedan well-suited for families. It competes with the likes of the Mazda6, rather than the Chevrolet Malibu or the Honda Accord. No other midsize sedan can match its sportiness or roominess. The Altima brings excitement to the midsize sedan segment.
The Nissan Altima is one of the sportier midsize sedans, especially for higher-end trim packages. All models are stylish and have responsive steering. It comes in four trims:
Though each trim has its merits, the Altima really shines in the 3.5 SE and 3.5 SL. They are the most feature-rich trim levels available. The base trim can only be custom-ordered, so it may be difficult to find used.
The VQ-series 3.5L V6 engine has highly-respected performance, especially when compared to other family sedans. It has 270 horsepower and plenty of torque to match, giving it a lot of the energy needed to surpass its closest competitors. Altimas built with the 2.5L four-cylinder are a bit less powerful, but are much more fuel efficient. For 2007, the Nissan Altima paired each engine with a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission).
The star of the 2007 Altima redesign is its interior comfort. Previously, the interior was made of hard plastic and the design was a little bland. The 2007 was upgraded with higher-quality materials and a more welcoming layout. It's polished and refined in the way a sports car should be.