2010 Nissan Altima Coupe
There are 2 user reviews for the 3.5 SR CVT trim shown below
- V6 has plenty of pep for a mid-sized family sedan
- Suspension a bit stiff
Purchased As New
Just bought the 3.5SR sedan with CVT, fully loaded for $27K total including taxes, tags, dealer fee. Purchased at AAA price. I test drove both the 2.5 and the 3.5 engines. Found the 2.5 to have a noisy whine from the CVT compared to the 3.5 package. Love the technology: voice recognition, navigation, rear view camera, bluetooth phone, intelligent key, pushbutton ignition, Bose hard disk stereo, streaming ipod play through speakers, USB connector for MP3 playback. Can watch a DVD movie on the screen but you have to be stopped with parking brake on. I cannot comment on reliability since I have only had the car a week. The chief competitors in the mid-size family sedan class are the Accord, Camry, and Sonata. I did not drive any of these, but have read the Accord has a softer suspension than the Altima.
The 3.5 has 100 more horses than the 2.5 so it moves. Suspension is sporty, so bumps are not muted like a luxury sedan.
Pleased with premium, sport, and technology packages and value for money. They say hindsight is 20/20 but I have no regrets thus far....read morehide
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Purchased As New
Traded in my older model BMW 740 due to the expensive maintenance and thought I would never like anything again. This car has all the bells and whistles, good pickup, great exterior, and all told was in the 30,000 range. Every time I drive it I like it better.
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