A Coupe version for the Nissan Altima is announced for 2007, as a 2008 model. The new model will debut at Chicago or New York Auto Show 2007. Brenda Prridi caught the new Altima Coupe on testing, but the guys from Nissan covered the new coupe with miles of white tape and black spray paint and the only thing we can tell for sure is that this is for sure the long-awaited Altima (...)
XM Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: XMSR), the nation’s leading provider of satellite radio with more than 7 million subscribers, today announced that the all-new 2007 Altima sedan, available now at dealerships, is the first Nissan production vehicle to offer XM NavTraffic. Available in 44 major U.S. markets, XM NavTraffic delivers real-time traffic information by satellite to the vehicle’s GPS navigation systems. The service alerts drivers to traffic problems on their personal routes so they can (...) More
Nissan today announced pricing on the 2007 Nissan Altima , which goes on sale this week at Nissan retailers nationwide. Along with its distinctive styling, the new fourth generation Altima utilizes the all-new Nissan “D” platform with improved body rigidity and a redesigned suspension with the development objective of making Altima one of the best performing large front-wheel drive sedans available globally. The starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2007 Altima is (...) More
A lot of new cars have make debut the past thew months. But which one is the most significant one? Which one can satisy every taste and need? Car and Driver has made a list with top ten most significant 2007 cars. And the list shows that the inexpensive (but not cheap) small cars are proliferating. Top ten most significant 2007 cars Chrysler Sebring - The 2007 Sebring marks a bold departure from the bland styling of the old model that, although retouched and updated, remained all too (...) More
The all-new 2007 Nissan Altima, which goes on sale in November 2006, is designed simply to be one of the best performing large front-wheel drive sedans in the world. This next-generation Altima offers all-new, distinctive styling, a roomy, comfortable, full-feature high-quality interior and an all-new "D" platform. Beginning early in the 2007 calendar year, Altima adds one other dynamic feature – a hybrid gas-electric model, the Altima Hybrid.
Prior to the opening of the 2007-Model Orange County Auto Show to the public, select manufacturers and industry experts will announce new developments in the automotive world. Highlights include a J.D. Power and Associates round table discussion on Orange County’s position as a top luxury market, the world debut of the new 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid, the latest from Lamborghini, alternative fuel vehicles, the Auto Show Underground and more. J.D. Power and Associates Luxury Automotive Round (...) More
On Friday Nissan Nort America asked dealers to stop selling 2006 four-cylinder Nissan Altimas and Sentra SE-Rs because of some reports of engine fires. It seems that there is one minor injury and it was investigating the cause of excessive oil consumption in the cars’ engines. Apparently the 100000 vehicles built between January 2006 and May may be subject to the problem. The brand received 215 reports of the vehicles’ engines burning through their oil quickly and 17 engine fires. Nissan (...) More
Building on previous generation Altima’s reputation as the design and dynamic leader in class, the all-new 2007 Nissan Altima is evolutionary in design, but revolutionary in its platform and hardware. The new Altima also addresses target customers’ desires for a more rewarding driving and ownership experience by offering new levels of quality feel, enhanced comfort and available convenience features.
With its distinctive exterior design, powerful 4-cylinder engine, sport-oriented suspension and spacious interior, Altima would seem to have it all. Now, Nissan 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™ CVT (...) More
Nissan Motor Co., the last of Japan’s biggest carmakers to sell a hybrid vehicle in the U.S., will offer its gasoline-electric Altima model only in the northeastern U.S. and California. The 2007 model will be available early next year in California, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine and New Jersey, Nissan said in a statement. Sales are being limited to states that have adopted versions of California’s so-called zero-emissions vehicle mandate, which requires (...) More