The Nissan Altima has been one of the most popular cars in its class over the last decade, and the 2019 model is better than anything before it. This sedan comes with innovative technologies, a powerful engine, and a totally redesigned exterior.
Aesthetics are very important when it comes to cars. The new Altima comes with an updated black mesh-patterned grille with the classic chrome V-Motion frame. That along with sleeker headlights, new contours, and a floating roof make the Altima look as beautiful as it drives.
While looks are crucial, what’s even more important is what’s under the hood. When it comes down to brass tax, a car is only as prestigious as its engine. The 2019 Nissan Altima features a variable compression turbo engine, the first of its kind. It will literally change its shape as it modifies the compression ratio which then maximizes output and fuel economy. This engine option is powered by 236 horses and puts out 267 pound-foot of torque. It also contributes to 34 highway mpg* and 25 city mpg*.
There is a more efficient option for those more concerned with their fuel economy. The Xtronic CVT® (continuously variable transmission) comes standard on the base model and features 188 horsepower and 180 pound-foot of torque. It also helps the Altima average up to 39 highway mpg* and 28 city mpg*.
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*2019 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 28 City/39 Highway/32 Combined for Altima® S, SV, SL FWD; 26 City/36 Highway/30 Combined for Altima S, SV, SL AWD; 27 City/37 Highway/31 Combined for Altima SR, Platinum FWD; 25 City/35 Highway/29 Combined for Altima SR, Platinum AWD; 25 City/34 Highway/29 Combined for Altima SR, Platinum, Edition ONE VC-Turbo FWD. Fuel economy estimates based on 87-octane fuel. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.