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2015 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL Start Up, Tour and Review
Hey Nissan fans! Here we have a 2015 Altima 2.5 SL. 2015 Nissan Altima Specifications: MSRP: $22,300 Engines: - 2.5L 4 Cylinder with 182 HP and 180 LB-FT. of Torque - 3.5L V6 with 270 HP and 258 LB-FT. of Torque Transmissions: - Xtronic CVT MPG: - 4 Cylinder = 27 City and 38 Highway - V6 = 22 City and 32 Highway Packages and Starting Prices: 2.5: $22,300 2.5 S: $22,560 2.5 SV: $24,720 3.5 S: $26,450 2.5 SL: $28,150 3.5 SV: $29,830 3.5 SL: $32,350





2013 Nissan Altima vs Maxima 0-60 MPH Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The brand new 2013 Nissan Altima and the new 2013 Nissan Maxima are two family sedans cut from the same cloth. Of course the Maxima is Nissan's top of the line sedan while the Nissan Altima slots right below the Maxima in both price and performance...or at least so we thought until we tested both cars in another fun and informative TFLcar Mashup Review. There's of course no doubt that the Maxima is the more expensive of the two Nissan sedans. It also can be had with the more powerful V6 but what about size and performance and perhaps more importantly which car is the better driver. Check out this video comparison to find out which Nissan sedan is really the top dog.





2013 Ford Fusion vs Nissan Altima 0-60 MPH Mile High Matchup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Ford Fusion and the new 2013 Nissan Altima directly compete for the same car buyer. They are both four door mid-sized family sedans that have gotten bigger for 2013. They both get the exact same EPA MPG but that is where the similarities end. The Fusion we tested has a turbo-charged ecoBoost 4 cylinder engine mated to a traditional 6-speed transmission and all-wheel-drive. While the Nissan Altima gets a bigger 6-cylinder mated to a CVT transmission. In another fun and informative 0-60 MPH TFLcar review, we compare both cars to see not only which one is faster but which one it the better buy.





Vrum testa o Altima, sedã da Nissan que é sucesso nos EUA
"Carrão de diretoria"! É o que nos passa pela cabeça ao vermos um sedã grandalhão desfilando pelas ruas. Só que carros como esse eram mais comuns entre os importados da Europa e, principalmente, Estados Unidos. Agora, os japoneses também atacam nesse segmento. O representante da Nissan é o Altima, que o Vrum testou nas ruas. Super bem equipado, este japonês meio norte-americano está disponível em apenas três cores. Com apenas uma versão, os preços variam entre R$ 106,9 mil reais com pintura sólida e R$ 108,4 mil com metálica. Confira as notas do carrão: Desempenho e consumo: 8 Segurança: 10 Estabilidade, acabamento e espaço interno: 8 Porta-malas: 6 Custo-benefício: 9




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