2018 Nissan Altima Sedan (Nissan Teana) Full Car Overview

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This is rental car number 87 and today I'm driving the 2018 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL. The Altima, at least according to Nissan, is a "function" mid-sized four door sedan. This is a "functional" mid-sized four door sedan. It's also the middle of the pack when it comes to Nissan's sedans. In other words, it's bigger (and better) than the Versa and Sentra, but small and less powerful than the Maxima. And less expensive (and not quite as fun) as the Leaf. I like the Altima. It drives well, its comfortable, and has some decent tech features (although they are a bit out of date). My problem with it is that there's just nothing special about it. It's just not very interesting. So if you looking for something "fun", you might want to look elsewhere. But, if you're looking for a reliable, well priced, sedan to get you from point A to point B, well this might be the right car for you. Anyway, that's my quick take on the 2018 Nissan Altima. Thank you for taking the time to watch my review and, if you have a second, please do me a favor and leave a quick comment. Seriously, I'd love to hear from you. Let me know what you think of the Altima, how you think I might be able to improve my reviews, or just give me a quick "hey". MSRP: $29,110 Fifth Generation of the Altima Also called Nissan "Teana" and Nissan Leopard ►SPECS FWD 2.5-Liter 16-valve 4-cylinder engine Automatic with a continuously variable transmission Horsepower: 179 hp @ 6,000 rpm MPG: 27 city, 38 highway Fuel Tank: 18 gallons Interior: + Keyless Entry + Bose Premium Sound + Back-Up Camera + Universal Garage Door Opener + Heated Steering Wheel ►Please subscribe Click here: https://www.youtube.com/100rentalcars ►Come Say Hello: Twitter: twitter.com/100rentalcars Instagram: www.instagram.com/100rentalcars Google Plus: https://goo.gl/qDPzW5 Facebook: https://goo.gl/hhXNVY

2018 Nissan Teana 2.0XL Exterior and Interior

As per the most recent reports, 2018 Teana should proceed in the practically same path, without greater changes. As we as of now specified, 2018 Nissan Teana should proceed in the essentially same route as present model. We will see an auto with same styling, same power drive with Xtronic VCT and basically same gear. We will see essentially same inside outline, which will accompany a lot of advancements. Welcome to LuxCarForView @_@ Our channel is the best place to see all Cars, the day they are revealed to the public. We really appreciate all your comments and reviews - they help a lot, in building our original Walkaround Auto Video, YouTube collection! Thank you for your attention and stay tuned! Much more to watching ...

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2018 Nissan Altima Startup, Exhaust ,Walkaround and Review

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The 2018 Nissan Altima / Nissan Teana does almost nothing out of the ordinary.
The 2018 Nissan Altima will go down as one of the best-selling family sedans of its time.*

There’s an asterisk, of course. Crossovers are the new family cars, and the Altima doesn’t have much in the way of ground clearance or all-wheel drive. It sells well, but it’s way behind Nissan’s own Rogue in raw volume.

It’s still a respectable, value-packed four-door with great safety and fuel economy to its credit. Perversely, it’s also a car that’s more rewarding the less you spend on it. That’s 2017 in a nutshell—don’t get too involved—and it’s the sad fate of so many $25,000 sedans in this era of warped sensibilities.
The 2018 Altima comes in S, SR, SV, and SL trims. All but the SR have a common look, with a handsomely sculpted body that’s grown familiar in its five years on the road. It’s conventional by today’s sheet-metal standards and its interior might have come from a mid-1990s Volkswagen, so traditional it is in its layout and subdued trim. Parked next to the striking new Chevy Malibu and Honda Accord, the Altima looks like the car of some rental fleet manager’s dream—if rental fleet managers were allowed to dream without the usual contractual waiver or add-on fee.

Relentlessly tuned for that imaginary place we call the mainstream, the 4-cylinder Nissan Altima has 179 horsepower, a plush ride, and a CVT that’s been so heavily reworked and programmed it’s almost unrecognizable from a 6-speed automatic. Those are strong words for a device so reviled through history, but it’s true, and it’s one reason the 4-cylinder Altima still deserves a look. That, and 38 mpg highway will get you somewhere, inexpensively.
The 270-hp V-6 promises good times, but the Altima’s steering is hard to roust from its nap. Altima SR models have slightly stiffer tuning, but on the whole, we’d rather have the luscious Maxima and its nifty blend of ride and handling.

The five-seat Altima has fine interior room and a good level of trim and seat comfort. It’s quieter than in past years, too. There’s nothing especially decadent about its interior trim, but it’s less spartan than a Fusion and admittedly less adventurous than the Accord and Camry and Impala.

The Altima continues to do well in crash tests, and this year Nissan makes forward-collision warnings with automatic emergency braking standard across the line. That leaves little impulse to spend a lot on the Altima: for $25,000, that safety technology is joined by Bluetooth audio streaming, a rearview camera, and your choice of paint color. Pay more for blind-spot monitors, leather, and a larger touchscreen? We’d go that far, but the pricey Altima SL with Nissan’s navigation and adaptive cruise control? As Drew Carey might chide us on network TV, “that’s too much!”
The 2018 Nissan Altima strikes a handsome sheet metal pose, but the cabin’s way more restrained.
Short of painting it in camouflage, there’s little else to be done to let the 2018 Nissan Altima blend in with its rivals. The family sedan has what was once a daring shape; now with the years gone by, it’s grown familiar and lost its flash, particularly inside.

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