How Are the Newest (2016-2018) Nissan Altima Cars?

If you are looking for the newest (2016-2018) Nissan Altima cars in Goldsboro, NC, you have landed on the right page. Read on to find out more about the latest Nissan Altima cars in the market.

2016 Nissan Altima

With its quiet and spacious cabin and refined handling, the 2016 Nissan Altima could be a good choice with its great crash test performance. It ranks somewhere in the middle of the mid-size car class because the competition in this segment is tough.

Nevertheless, your 2016 Nissan Altima can easily last at least 10 years or more. A well-cared-for Altima can easily serve you for at least 200,000 miles. That’s not the cap on its limit. It can serve you way longer depending on how well you have cared for your car.

2018 Nissan Altima

You will love the cushy front seats of the 2018 Nissan Altima. This Altima has scored high on safety parameters, while its excellent fuel economy is a bonus. The 2018 Nissan Altima has brake assist with forward collision warning. The other additional features in the 2018 Nissan Altima are Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The retail price of a car varies from place to place and dealer to dealer. However, the MSRP, which is the manufacturer’s suggested retail price for this car, begins at about $24,000 for the base 2.5 S model, which includes about $885 handling and destination charge. The better equipped sporty 2.5 SR variant can be an excellent deal with an additional $1000, that is, at about $25,000. The 3.5 SL, V-6 powered Altima begins at over $36,000.

Nissan cars are known to offer value for their money. Unlike most other carmakers, Nissan enjoys the advantage of fleet sales driving down the car price. Nissans are also fairly reliable, especially the popular models described above.

If you would like to know more about the features of the newest (2016-2018) Nissan Altima cars or if you would like to test drive the vehicle, head over our Deacon Jones Nissan dealership in Goldsboro, NC, today. We are just a brief drive away from Greenville, Kinston, and Rocky Mount.

Source: Nissan