2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 Instrumented Test [www.cardvd-player.net]

In the event the original Nissan Altima launched two decades ago, it wore a toddler-sized version from the Infiniti J30’s rhinestone jumpsuit. That first Altima was less space-consuming than its competitors and also a bit rough throughout the edges; it had fake wood large of Cheetos; and yes it came bearing an entirely unknown name. None of these mattered. It started at $13,349, though the world thought you’d bought a $34,895 J30. Nissan sold 120,000 Altimas that first year, 20 percent greater than planned.
Clearly, any resemblance between your 2013 Altima and an Infiniti M37 is purely intentional as Nissan revives the show it staged in the roaring Nineties. Today, a base Altima costs $22,280, but in no time it seems that you’ve spent $48,595 on an Infiniti M37. Such as the original, the most recent Altima’s shape constitutes a strong first impression. Unlike the first, it stands up to closer scrutiny.
Although slightly longer and wider than before, the new Altima isn’t fat Elvis: It’s dropped excess weight. Our nearly loaded SL 2.5-liter four-cylinder model weighed 3102 pounds, an impressive 124 pounds lower than a final four-cylinder Altima we tested. The trunk, hood, and roof are actually aluminum, and the entire body uses more high-strength steel to block out the modest improvement in size. The wheelbase is unchanged, however the added width produces extra shoulder room from the larger cabin.
Inside, the Altima deviates on the Infiniti impersonation. Its plain but straightforward controls point out the Mazda 6’s, however. Front-seat comfort is great, thanks to newly designed buckets. Supportive and soft, the seats possess a memory-foam-like think embraces the body using a delightfully uniform pressure. The trunk seats aren’t quite as comfortable as those in the very first-class front row, but there’s lots of space. Legroom is extremely good; think exit row but without the responsibility.
Bucking the trend of offering only four-cylinder engines in mid-size family sedans, Nissan provides an optional 270-hp V-6. The company expects only one in 10 buyers need it. Most will purchase an Altima with all the familiar 2.5-liter four that now sports a variable intake manifold and 182 horsepower. There’s no manual, conventional automatic, or dual-clutch transmission. Every 2013 Altima features a CVT. To increase gas mileage, Nissan has reduced this transmission’s internal friction by way of a claimed 40 percent while increasing the spread involving the shortest as well as the tallest ratios. Tall gearing keeps the engine loping along lazily at speed to aid the Altima return a class-leading 38-mpg highway rating. Our observed 26 mpg, achieved within a mixture of 80-mph freeway driving, city traffic, and also a quick strafe through canyon roads, is nearer to the 27-mpg EPA city number.

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