2008 Nissan AltimaJordan T - Atlanta, GA03/27/2016
I've had this car since 2009 and I did not any major problems until I hit 150,000 miles. I forgot what I was supposed to fix but it was around 1,400. I never went and got it fixed because it was a direct result of me never getting a tune up or oil changes on time
Wonderful Car, Very great price and really low APR
This is the second Nissan Altima that I've purchased and I can truly say that I love the Nissan product. They are very reliable, durable and great cars to have. I even purchased a Nissan Altima for my 22 year old daughter earlier this year and she swears by it...that it's the greatest car, which low gas mileage, the acceleration and high performance.
Not so great
2013 Nissan AltimaGail - Santa Monica, CA02/27/2015
It's really a great car but there's a problem with the power steering pump that causes it to make a high pitched beeping noise at low speeds. So when you're stuck in traffic and the pump starts beeping and whining, it's enough to make you want to scream. Nissan dealerships refuse to fix it. Major disappointment.
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