2019 Nissan Altima Reviews: What the Critics are Saying
Helping undercut the idea that SUVs are all American drivers are interested in, 2019 Nissan Altima reviews celebrate everything from innovative style to groundbreaking performance. Just take a look at what the critics have been saying.
“The VC-Turbo was 20 years in the making, an engineering marvel that mechanically changes its compression ratio on the fly from 8:1 to 14:1 and anywhere in between.” – Autoblog
Autoblog’s 2019 Nissan Altima review heaped praise on its performance. Even standard models make up to 188 hp from a 2.5L in-line 4, while upgrading to the V6 allows you to command up to 248 hp.
“Regardless of engine or trim level, the 2019 Altima adds sharper looks this year.” – The Car Connection
Turning heads whether cruising between Naperville and Woodridge or stuck in Countryside traffic, the new Nissan Altima’s body features a creased hood, honeycomb grille, modern lines, and sits lower to the ground. As The Car Connection sums up, “it’s never boring.”
“The new Altima is also among the first handful of Nissan models to offer ProPilot Assist, a bundle of driver assistance features that provide semiautonomous driving capability.” – Edmunds.com
It’s hard to ignore Nissan’s outstanding commitment to safety. Just a few of the Altima’s driver-assistance technologies include:
- Intelligent Cruise Control
- Intelligent Forward Collision Warning
- Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
- Intelligent Lane Intervention
- Blind Spot Warning with Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Intelligent Around View® Monitor
- Intelligent Trace Control
- Intelligent Driver Alertness
- Traffic Sign Recognition
“A 1.9-inch-longer wheelbase makes for even more Uber-friendly room in the rear seat.” – Car and Driver
Interior features include an 8-inch touchscreen, Nissan Door-to-Door Navigation, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and heated seats. As noted by Car and Driver, the cabin is also exceptionally roomy, with plenty of legroom and up to 15.4 cubic feet of cargo space.
Is the Nissan Altima a Good Car? Critics Seem to Think So, But Why Not Try it Yourself?
Perfectly reimagined for 2019, the new Nissan Altima goes above and beyond expectations. To find out more about the Nissan Altima or to compare other models like the 2019 Sentra vs. Toyota Corolla, contact us today. To start the ownership process, feel free to apply for financing online.
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