1995 NISSAN ALTIMA
With 140,000 the car has no mechanical or electrical problems. I continue to do preventative maintenance so that the car will continue to provide me with excellent driving. My only wish is that it was a six speed automatic. The car runs 3,000 RPMs when hitting 80 mph so gas is hitting harder than I would like, but the car still saves a lot of gas.
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
So far so good. Great ride. Comfortable. Wife says she feels safe in the car. Although almost 13 years old, the car looks and feels more like. 2010.
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
I bought this car in 2006 at a used car dealer. It had around 30K miles on it at the time.
We wanted a car that was roomy for a family, but not audacious.
Our Altima has been incredibly reliable, is a really smooth ride, is the perfect size for us, looks great, and even has quite a bit of pick up for a 4 cylinder.
I've taken really good care of it, and a few things have need replacement. But for having the car for nine years, it has been a really low amount of maintenance and it's not costly relative to a luxury car.
I'll also say I'm glad I bought the Altima over the Maxima. It's as roomy, but lighter and less expensive. I've driven a Maxima and prefer the Altima.
It's the best car I've bought, especially for the price.
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Thats a good car, affordable fueling, good speed and sprint , nice features but i suggest u guyz to change the radio so u can get dashing look inside too.
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
I bought this car for my daughter. The cars runs and drives very well. The only issue we had was a load sqeaking noise coming from the hub caps. I repaired this by placing rubber O rings under the plastic bolts that hold them in place. Worked like a charm, no more sqeaks.
Used Nissan Altima Information
The Nissan Altima is the company's best-selling model in the United States. It is a midsize sedan and has a long heritage with the company, being a direct descendent of the Nissan Bluebird line in Japan and in 2011 became the second-best-selling car in the U.S. behind the Toyota Camry. The Altima is built exclusively in the U.S. and is exported to other markets including South America, the Middle East and Australia.
In the United States, the Nissan Altima replaced the Stanza in 1992 and began production of the car in its Tennessee plant, where it's remained, though the company's Mississippi plant also now produces the car to meet high market demand for the car. Designed in Nissan's design studio in California, the Altima is now in its fifth-generation. The fourth-generation Altima (2007-2012) was available in either a four-door sedan or two-door coupe body style and was one of the first vehicles to standardize a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Both a four- and six-cylinder engine were available.
The fourth-generation 2007 Nissan Altima also introduced a standard Smart Key, Bluetooth connectivity, and a parking camera. The Altima received a minor facelift in 2010 to upgrade styling for both the sedan and coupe. 2007 also saw the Altima Hybrid's introduction, produced until 2011 using Toyota's hybrid technology.
The fifth-generation Nissan Altima was introduced for the 2013 model year. This version of the Altima dropped the coupe body style to focus on the four-door sedan and offered several innovations as standard, including Nissan's new and award-winning Zero Gravity Seating. The Altima grew in size compared to the outgoing generation, but raised fuel economy as well.
Through its time on the market, the Nissan Altima has won several awards for safety and driving. It was North American Car of the Year in 2002 and won the Highest Front-Impact Crash Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Browse 58,893 used Nissan Altimas in our Used Car Listings. With vehicles dating from various years, 51% have been previously owned once, while 82% have been reported to CARFAX as never having an accident.