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2005 Nissan Altima Mid-Size Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Nissan Altima Mid-Size Sedan

Description: Mid-Size Sedan
Base MSRP Range: $17,350 - $29,300
Invoice Price Range: $16,952 - $27,098
Where built: USA

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The mid-size Altima sedan series presents a fresh face and new interior designs. The look is bold with an aggressive prow featuring a raised hood and restyled front fascia plus smoked headlamps. Body forms reveal a wedge-shaped profile scored by sharp character lines.

Altima's cabin, with front bucket seats and a rear bench for up to three riders, upgrades with a redesigned instrument panel, center console, three-spoke steering wheel and chrome accents on dash and doors. New audio systems range from a standard AM/FM/CD with six speakers to an optional CD changer for six discs or a Bose premium system with eight speakers and steering wheel audio controls.

Altima appears in four trims for 2005 described by the size of two engine options. An entry-level model and two upgraded issues carry a dual-cam 2.5-liter in-line-four plant with 175-hp and line up as the Altima 2.5, mid-grade 2.5 S and deluxe 2.5 with SL Package. Altima 3.5 SE and new 3.5 SL earn Nissan's 3.5-liter V6 that's good for 250-hp now. A 5-speed manual shifter works with either engine, but the ...

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2005 Nissan Altima SE-R Mid-Size Sports Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R Mid-Size Sports Sedan

Base MSRP Range: $17,450-29,350

Base Invoice Range: $17,050-27,144

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MSRP As Tested: $29,200

Versions: S, SE, SE-R.

Vehicle Category: Mid-Size Sports Sedan

Engine Location: Front Engine

Drive Wheels: Front-Wheel Drive .

Standard Engine: 2.5-liter , Dual Overhead Cam , 16-valves, I-4 , 175�' horsepower at 6000 rpm and 180 lb-ft torque at 4000 rpm.

Optional Engine: 3.5-liter, Dual Overhead Cam , 24-valves, V-6, 250-horsepower at 5800 rpm and 249 lb-ft torque at 4400 rpm.

Optional Engine as Tested: 3.5-liter, Dual Overhead Cam, 24-valves, V-6, 260�'horsepower at 5800 rpm and 251 lb-ft torque at 4400 rpm.

Transmission: Four-speed automatic , Five-speed automatic, Five-speed manual , Six-speed manual.

Fuel Economy (city/hwy): 4-speed automatic S 23/29, Five-speed automatic SE and SE-R 20/30, Five-speed amnual S 24/31, Five-speed manual SE 21/27, Six-speed manual SE-R 20/28.

Standard Safety Features: Dual front airbags, Four-wheel disc brakes, Emergency inside trunk release, antilock 4-wheel disc brakes (SE automatic).

Competition: Chevrolet Malibu, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry.

There's a renaissance going on at Nissan.

After teetering on the brink of obliteration in the late 1990s, the company is coming back in a big way with amazing cars like the 350Z and impressive trucks like the Titan and Armada. The change couldn't have been more dramatic.

And now the turnaround is showing more than ever in a variation on Nissan's venerable, bread-and-butter Altima, a four-door sedan that has played second fiddle for years to the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.

Although the newest generation of Altima stood out against the very drab Accord and Camry when it was introduced a few years ago, it still wasn't enough for a true renaissance company to brag about. Nissan needed something that would leapfrog the competition -- something that would make the world take note.

That's why the Altima SE-R exists.

Instead of trying to create a more exciting version of a Honda or Toyota -- something that's not very hard to do -- Nissan took aim at BMW by creating a high-performance version of the Altima called the SE-R for hardcore driving enthusiasts. It's a car you can drive straight from the dealer to the autocross course.

To start with, Nissan massaged 10 extra horsepower and a smidgeon more torque out of the Altima's already powerful V6 engine, giving it a whopping 260 horses. It's essentially the same engine that Nissan uses in the heart-stopping 350Z sports car, a fact that's made more obvious by the deep growl of the SE-R's high-flow exhaust system.

The...

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2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid Blends Great Performance, Style and Fuel Economy

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2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid Blends Great Performance, Style and Fuel Economy

Gardena, California -- With its distinctive exterior design, powerful 4-cylinder engine, sport-oriented suspension and spacious interior, Altima would seem to have it all. Now, Nissan (Nasdaq: NSANY) has found one more attribute that completes the Altima's line-up - superb fuel economy from a state-of-the-art hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain.

The Altima Hybrid continues Nissan's best-selling car's performance tradition in a new variation - a hybrid powertrain mates the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and Xtronic(TM) CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) with an electric motor and generator that increases fuel economy while maintaining low tailpipe emissions.

The Altima Hybrid will be available in eight states. The vehicle has been certified to meet California emissions requirements and will be sold beginning in early 2007 in those states that have adopted California emissions regulations: California, New York, Massachusetts, Conncticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine and New Jersey. These states are among the strongest markets for hybrid vehicles.

Passionate Driving That Takes Care of the Environment

Nissan's commitment to the environment takes a different form than might be found at other automakers.

While Nissan strives to offer the most advanced fuel-saving technology available, the company also believes that drivers should not have to sacrifice any of the style or performance attributes that remain at the top of the reasons for buying a new Nissan.

For that reason, the Altima Hybrid is marked with the same expressive styling as its non-hybrid brethren - inside and out. The engine and suspension in the Altima Hybrid deliver the same spirited performance as its more conventional siblings.

The combination of passionate driving and passion for the environment is what makes the Altima Hybrid the standout in its segment.

Altima Hybrid Follows Nissan Tradition

The Altima Hybrid is the latest in a long line of Nissan environmental automotive initiatives.

  • Nissan was the first automaker to introduce a partial zero emission vehicle (PZEV) with its Sentra CA in 2000. In many areas of California the air leaving the Sentra's tailpipe is cleaner than the air going into the engine.

  • Nissan expanded its PZEV offerings to include Altima's 2.5-liter engine in 2005.

  • Nissan's CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), introduced originally in March 1992 in Japan, is now available to increase fuel efficiency in small, medium and large passenger vehicles. Nissan expects to produce 1 million CVTs annually by the end of fiscal year 2007.

  • Nissan introduced the Tino hybrid in Japan in 2000.

  • Nissan brought the Altra EV and Hypermini EV to the U.S. with advanced lithium-ion batteries years bef...

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