Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.5L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 123K Miles, Black/Black
I bought this car right after it was released. I bought it because of its design. Exterior and interior designs, I love them. But I should have listen to people around me. No one recommended Nissan cars cus they break easily. After little over a month I bought this car, the break started squeaking, and over the time it got worst. I called the dealer and all they said was there is nothing they can do and it doesn't have any problems. Also, my side drawer or whatever its called, doesnt even open right. I have to hit it for it to open. I down paid too much, so trade in is kind of waste of money for me. It's drive-able so I still have this car, but I would never buy Nissan anymore. I can't wait to buy different car.
I always heard good things about Nissan motors. I did a lot of research before making this purchase, it's 5 months later and I have zero regrets! I purchased the Altima SE- fully loaded. I get great mileage and the vehicle is sleek! I've been getting compliments on the car since I bought it.
I almost passed this car by in my search. Am I glad I didn't. My heart wants a sports car. My family needed a practical car. This car is both. The v-6 is powerful, the handling responsive, the interior comfortable and secure feeling. The gas mileage is averaging just over 25 mpg with about 1/3 highway miles. And my lead foot. Is acceptable in snowy conditions, but isn't all wheel drive, so that's to be expected. Other car is a Mazda cx-5. My daughter calls that one zoom zoom. She calls my Altima vroom vroom. It is seriously a performance car hiding in a family car. Better than a 14 mustang v-6 convertible we rented on vacation as far as performance. And much more practical. I love it, only wish mine had premium audio.