2013 Nissan AltimaJanetta Gagnon - San Diego, CA11/26/2015
Would I recommend it? Yes and no. It's a great little car. Very reliable, but there are some safety concerns. The blind spots are terrible! You have to look triple time to make sure you can change lanes safely. There are no blind spot detectors installed on this vehicle. You sit very low and sometimes the side mirror actually obscures your view, as well as the pillar on the drivers side. The seats are basically "racing" seats, so not very comfortable.
The long wheel base provides a great smooth ride and the CVA transmission helps you get where you want for less. The interior is wide open and will contribute to your level of happiness every time you get in. Using it for a daily driver is great, the car handles the city streets and the open roads well and you don't feel stressed when driving.
Three months after buying car, I was told I have an oil gasket leak , following month my steering wheel ignition locks up leaving me stranded.. Now recently a mechanic inform me my power steering pump is going out! Bumper to Bumper reviews huh? I am so unhappy with my purchase
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