Nissan has announced numerous changes to its 2015 lineup.
Nissan has announced a small price increase for the 2015 Altima, which now starts at $23,110 including destination.
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Once again, the Honda Accord attracted more thieves than other other car in the United States last year.
Nissan is out to prove that its Altima isn’t just some mundane, boring sedan.
Although the Mazda6 won AutoGuide.com’s huge midsize-sedan comparison there are some buyers that want extra power from a four-door car without having to pay a lot more, or sacrifice fuel efficiency. The Altima 3.5 deserves the attention of these people. Nissan’s fully loaded offering is equipped with many of the same modern features found in…
This past week at the Nissan 360 event in Southern California Nissan brought out over 130 different cars for journalists to test out, including a list of those we’ll never see sold on our shores.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released its list of the top stolen vehicles in 2012, with the Honda Accord and Civic taking first and second, respectively.
The 2014 Nissan Altima sees a price increase of $100 for the new model year, with the 2.5 CVT model starting from $22,650 including a $790 destination and handling fee.
Nissan has released information regarding all of the changes that are set to arrive for the 2014 model year across its entire lineup, most of which consist of new packaging options.
The guillotine has officially dropped, sealing the fate of the Nissan Altima Coupe.
Nissan is issuing a recall for 123,308 Altima sedans from the 2013 model year for a spare tire defect, where the spare tires may be over- or under-inflated.
Nissan will likely discontinue the Altima Coupe, brand sales boss Al Castignetti said during a recent interview with Automotive News.
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The Nissan Altima, a car that was for a long time not considered to be a contender for the top spot, claimed the sales crown in March among mid-size sedans, ousting the Toyota Camry.
An undetermined number of Nissan Altimas, LEAFs, Pathfinders, Sentras, as well as the Infiniti JX35 built in 2013 are being recalled over a defect which can cause the airbag to not go off in the case of an accident.
Nissan Motorsport has unveiled its four-car Altima race team that will compete in this year’s V8 Supercar Championship.
With the introduction of the 2013 Altima, Nissan hoped to gain ground in the competitive mid-size sedan category, and the four millionth Altima has now been delivered in America.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has awarded the 2013 Nissan Altima with a “Top Safety Pick Plus”, recognizing the new sedan for excellent performance in five passenger safety tests.
Just a mere few days after its official unveiling, Nissan has already taken its Altima V8 Supercar out onto the race track for some shakedown runs.
Last week, Nissan teased its Altima for the Australian V8 Supercars series and now it’s made its public debut at a special event out in Melbourne.
Back in September, Nissan showed off its VK56DE powerplant for the V8 Supercars Series, and now the Japanese automaker is getting ready to show off its Altima race car where the new engine will reside.
Nissan is recalling 13,919 2013 Altimas that were manufactured from May 10 through July 26, 2012 because of incorrectly torqued bolts.
The 2013 Nissan Altima is the Japanese automaker’s attempt to dethrone the Toyota Camry as king of the mid-size sedan segment, and now the fuel-efficient model has been awarded a 5-star overall vehicle safety rating as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).