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 |  May 30 2014, 2:32 PM

Best Visibility: Nissan Altima

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The Nissan Altima has a high rear deck that limits visibility out the back, but that’s typical for many sedan models. The rear roof pillars also create a blind spot for the driver, but the small quarter windows help. Overall, visibility is good on the Altima thanks to large windows all around and moderately-sized front pillars. A rear-view camera is available on the 3.5 SL model, but isn’t on the 2.5 S and lower trims. That will change soon because of the U.S. government mandate that requires all new vehicles to include the cameras by 2015.

  • Rickers

    Worst: Camaro, Camaro, Camaro, Camaro and Camaro

  • Shawn Merrill

    These people have clearly never driven a 3000GT. IDC if its not new, you cant see anything out of them.

  • Auto Motive

    Nothing worst then the Cadillac CTS coupe. Auto mfgs need to have a 360 degree cameras installed to give the driver 100% visibility at the push of a button. I will pay for it in my next car.

  • Salty Dog Can

    While the the visibility out the back or the side of the FJ Cruiser is just down right ugly and the forward view at stop lights doesn’t include the overhead stoplights, if you are at all tall, it is the coolest vehicle ever made. So too bad for all those folks who haven’t bought one yet, since this is the last year of production. Off road there is no need to look up at stop lights to see if they have changed and there are six forward gears and only one reverse so keep your eyes on the road and your hands upon the wheel. TOYO rules!! PS – Don’t forget if you do get stuck with six forward gears with high and Low four wheel drive there is still a locking Differential at the push of a button.

  • reste

    The FJ Cruiser has great visibility as long as one takes the time (and knows how) to place the side view mirrors. If you simply sit inside the vehicle and look around to the outside, you should not be writing a visibility opinion.