The 2023 Nissan Altima is a handsome family sedan with roomy interior and optional all-wheel drive that serves its purpose well. The Altima has two separate four-cylinder engines for power.
The Altima only goes that far in terms of pushing the envelope though. It has a variable frequency automatic car (CVT) and gives a driving that is more gracious than perky regardless
For 2023, Nissan gives the Altima a facelift that includes new wheels, a front fascia redesign with LED headlights, and a new company logo. Additionally, Blue Sky Diamond and Garnet Pearl Metallic
In addition to these small cosmetic changes, the top Silver trim level has a new name: SL. A new 12.3-inch multimedia touchscreen is now included on SL and SR variants inside the Altima.
Although it is difficult to quantify the latter's advantages, sedan buyers who reside in the Snowbelt may be drawn to the $1400 all-wheel-drive option.
A standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 188 horsepower (CVT). With premium fuel, the optional turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder can produce up to 248 horsepower
The all-wheel drive and basic four cylinder engine provided dependable, if average, acceleration. The four-cylinder Toyota we tested was occasionally as loud as the engine
the Altima SR is more exciting to drive on winding roads. However, these improvements also compromise the ride comfort offered by standard Altima vehicles.
Unlike many of its competitors, the Altima doesn't have a hybrid or a plug-in hybrid model, but its two gas engines have impressive fuel-economy figures and even better actual outcomes.
These EPA ratings are reduced to 26 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway with all-wheel drive. According to the EPA, the turbocharged 2.0-liter achieves 25 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway.
The Altima's cabin features an easy-to-use switchgear layout and a basic dashboard. Although interior materials differ between trim levels, everything is a huge advance over
Here, the fake carbon fibre and flat-bottomed steering wheel were a bit much, especially because the SV lacks paddle shifters and customizable drive modes.