Used 2010 Nissan Altima SL for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Nissan Altima
The right mix of comfort / performance
Keyless entry, push start and stop are really convenient features. I got the S variant, w.o the sunroof/audio controls on the steering. I felt it was much higher value for money because after a few weeks, you really dont need the sun roof, and you get used to the controls anyways. performance wise, I like the overall fuel economy, (I have a mix of 70/30 city/highway driving), and get 26mpg easy. car has enough power for 99% of road requirements, and you really dont need more. road noise is also very low, and the engine sound is great.. (2K rpm at 70mph)... The cons: the battery in the keys drains pretty fast, so you will need to change every 60-90 days. radio reception in my area is a little fuzzy, but that might be specific to my location and not the car. Overall, the altima is good if your looking at a near-full size sedan, at a fraction of the cost. the feature basket is what makes the altima even greater.
Great car at a good price
Drive smooth great lay out inside n out just great I love it
Excellent Value for the Money
This 2010 Altima S 4-cylinder is one helluva lot of car for the money. I've owned Mercedes, Buicks and Mercurys, so I know what a good car feels like, and this car feels Good. Though only a 4-cylinder, it has as much pickup as any car I've owned. No problem passing on a 2-lane road or getting into traffic on the interstate. And the gas mileage is out of sight! I get 29-30mpg around town and 34-36mpg (and 38 with non-ethanol gas) on the highway. The seats are comfortable and the ride is quiet and very smooth around town and serene on the highway. There is generous legroom for rear-seat passengers, and the trunk is spacious as well. My only complaint so far -- after 3 months of ownership -- is the barely adequate radio (but given this model's price point this is understandable). The CVT transmission takes some getting used to as I'm accustomed to hearing and feeling the transmission shift. This one has no shifts, just a precise and constant match to the accelerator pedal and engine rpm. I've also gotten used to not having to use a key to open the doors or start the car. The "key" stays in your pocket and a small black button on the door handle responds to the keys presence in your pocket (within 30") and unlocks the doors. Push-button engine start and stop is neat, too. No more key fumbling! There are key fob buttons for opening the doors and the trunk but I've been spoiled by simply pressing the black door/trunk buttons. This is a very well-thought out car and Nissan has done a good job packing it all into a very reasonable price. It looks good and drives well. Nissan and Altima have risen to the top of my "next car" list.
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