What is the 2013 Nissan Altima like on the road?

Around town, on freeways and on twisty back roads, the 2013 Altima feels tight and nimble yet quiet and comfortable on all but the nastiest surfaces, perhaps because its engineers benchmarked the size-smaller BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

What’s new in the Nissan Altima?

Nearly everything but the engines is either all or substantially new, beginning with the Altima’s “class-above” looks, inside and out, and extending to a raft of new features, some class-exclusive. The CVT automatic transmission, thoroughly revamped for pleaseability and efficiency, accounts for much of its class-leading fuel economy.

What is the drag coefficient of a Nissan Altima?

Its drag coefficient is a slick 0.299. And while the new Altima’s nicely sculpted new body is less expressive than the Sonata’s and maybe a bit less pretty than the Malibu’s or Fusion’s, it’s easily more distinctive than the Camry’s or Passat’s.

Does the Nissan Altima have a rearview camera?

Part of an available Technology Package, the Altima’s rearview camera provides not just the usual what’s-behind-me view when reversing, but also Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Moving Object Detection, the latter two firsts in this segment.

What are the best and worst Nissan models?

If you’ve been wondering, here are ten of the best and worst Nissan models, ranked! The 2019 Nissan Leaf is the all-Electric Vehicle everyone has been waiting for; it comes packed with a wide range of new features, more power, and battery life. Getting two hundred miles feels worthless compared to an internal combustion engine.

Why is the Nissan GT-R so popular?

There’s a reason it called Godzilla, and it’s not because of its size; it is due to its neck-breaking, thundering power. If Ford is a Mustang, the Nissan GT-R is a T-Rex. The GT-R hasn’t changed much since its first debut a decade ago, perhaps a reason why it’s still very popular.