2014 Nissan AltimaTerrell L - Suisun City, CA12/12/2016
This car gets really good gas mileage, and is way roomier than it looks. Plenty of leg space in the back for tall people and plenty on horsepower, even though it's a 4 cylinder. Trunk is spacious and the hands free is easy to set up and works very well. The push to start feature is great and the valet key works like a charm to keep your possessions safe when car is being washed or driven by others.
The car looks nice, but it's overpriced for the problems it has. I just hit 40,000 miles and started having issues with the tranny. The car jerks repeatedly in stop and go traffic. Small backseat compared to competition. Cvt is definitely an acquired taste.
2012 Nissan AltimaJamor James - San Antonio, TX10/17/2015
This Altima has plenty of room and power. It's deceptively quick. Definitely a "sleeper ". Great performance and handling. Smooth engine and transmission.
I was originally going to buy an Infiniti G37, but after a test drive I decided to go with the larger Altima. It has more interior room and looks very sporty.
Even though it's rated at 270 horsepower(vs 328 in the G37) it's just as quick. The only thing that I don't like so far are the cheap Nexen all-season tires it came with. They are good for normal driving, but definitely not great for the performance this car has.
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