2018 Nissan Altima News, Price, Release Date
Are you waiting for a stunning car with advanced features and powerful performance? Here is the brand new 2018 Nissan Altima ready to hit the global auto world. Nissan Company has nearly announced that the upcoming Altima will be soon released and upgraded with major changes. Some news reported the manufacturer will be preparing the Altima as being a vehicle with the most extensive updates in Nissan production history. However, just a little is known about the car specifications. Thus, the reports jotted down in this article will be a prediction coming from 2015 Altima type as a reference.
The below written updates, however, will not be satisfying. Current speculations have rendered that the car designer has prepared to enhance the new Altima with redesigned outlook. In its external part, we might see the refreshed front and back end as having more elegant styling. In whole package, the 2018 Nissan Altima is predicted to be most likely similar to its predecessor but with more beautification. The car exterior will be way improved that the previous Nissan models. Not many changes for the interior can be unveiled. The high-end infotainment systems will be added to the inside part of the car. There will be a Nissan Connect App to ease connecting to other Medias. USB port integrated with an iPod and power sunroof will be also installed.
The new 2018 Nissan Altima will mainly bring the improvement on the fuel economy consumption. The powertrain will be injected with a 30 liter V6 version that could deliver the output of 270 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. Equipping the car with this engine is expected to reach mileage at around 22/32 mpg and offer the powerful speed.
2018 Nissan Altima Release Date and Price
None for certain confirms the due date of the car release. As suggested, the future Altima might hit the sales sometime in around year 2018. Based on the previous 2016 Altima price list going around $26,000, the all-new 2018 Nissan Altima could go higher in around $33,000. It is due to the manufacturer has promised to supplement the car with worthy extensive upgrades.
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