The Nissan Altima has new design for 2013, also revamped the powertrains as well as updated safety and infotainment features. Now, a redesigned version of 2013 Nissan Altima become the second best-selling family sedan in the U.S. Nissan Altima involved mid-size family sedan and is expected now to resist making the Altima any larger than previous Nissan.
The new 2013 Nissan Altima offers a good looking piece and it even weighs less now use the aluminum for the hood and bumper reinforcements. The Altima also expanded use of high-tensile steel. Overall, total vehicle weight was reduced by about 80 pounds that much of its edge is likely to remain.
The New Version of Nissan Altima
2013 Nissan Altima inclined mid-size family sedan with sportily version and the styling borrow from the brand’s Ellure concept and even the Versa. New Nissan Altima 2013 also adds the structural support at the rear parcel shelf to improve solidity. Though the new car’s dimensions are much as they were for its predecessor, but the new unibody benefits from a front strut-tower brace.
Under hood, the performance New Nissan Altima likes the next Accord. Nissan Altima offers a V-6 option with Automatic customers that get a CVT with both the V-6 and the four and direct injection will be applied to both the V-6 and four-cylinder versions.
Both of them can help the four deliver about 200 horsepower and highway fuel economy in the mid-30-mpg range together with a six-speed manual will be standard with either engine. A hybrid will return after a brief hiatus.
All while returning fuel economy improvements of up to 10 percent when mated to Nissan’s all-new continuously variable transmission expect more on that later. The redesigned 2013 Nissan Altima rated up to 38 mpg on the highway should soften the blow of not having a mileage-oriented hybrid available at launch.
The competitor of 2013 Nissan Altima
Overall, the new front-drive platform will debut now and underpin other Nissan sedans and crossovers. The headline number for 2013 Nissan Altima isn’t its 0-60 time or horsepower count, it’s all about fuel economy and this fifth-generation model might go with a four-cylinder-only lineup like Hyundai, Kia and Chevrolet, but Nissan has elected to stick with updates of its current power plants.
Nissan isn’t being shy about touting its 38 miles per gallon highway estimate for the four-cylinder and Nissan even painted it on the side of a barn. Nissan Altima is a figure worth bragging, of course better than the upcoming 2013 Ford Fusion and 2012 Chevrolet Malibu Eco, no mention the usual suspects from Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen that Combined with an 18-gallon tank, which gives the Altima a bladder-perforating range of 680+ miles, tops in the segment.