2011 Nissan AltimaTodd Waters - Colorado Springs, CO05/13/2015
I owned this car for three years. It was a wonderful vehicle; completely reliable and has a high resale value. In fact, they depreciate slower than almost any comparable car out there. The Altima was reliable, smooth, fast, and worked beautifully. I would recommend this car to anyone and everyone! One caveat is that it isn't the best in the snow. However, with the right snow tires, it would drive very well.
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.
Wheel lock failure
2009 Nissan AltimaMelissa L - West Palm Beach, FL06/07/2016
Do not purchase this car. It has a steering lock failure that will cost you around $1000 to fix and will leave you stranded. When Nissan made the car they knew it was going to have this problem because they put it in the owners manual under Instruments and controls 2-13. I am currently fighting with Nissan to reimburse me for the expenses that it has cost me to get my car working again. I bought this car in hopes of having a reliable vehicle but it left me stranded as well as hundreds of other people as I researched this issue more on the internet.
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