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Explore the All-New Nissan Altima

Has what you drive become boring? Then it's time what you drive kept pace with your expectations. The latest Nissan Altima will do just that, thanks to aggressive styling, critically-lauded connectivity, and an incredible price point, the newest Nissan Altima is fast becoming a favorite of drivers from across Hagerstown, Germantown, Frederick, Washington D.C. and Silver Spring. And while the Altima is a breakthrough in its own right, it's when you stack it up against class-similar competition that you can really see it shine.

Toyota Camry

Honda Accord

Hyundai Sonata

Nissan Altima vs. Toyota Camry

  • Looking to go further on your hard-earned salary? You can in the Nissan Altima- particularly compared with Toyota Camry. Camry's paltry 33 MPG highway lags behind that of the latest Toyota Altima by nearly 10 MPG.
  • Altima isn't just more relaxing on your wallet- it's more relaxing everywhere. That's because it's generous front-row headroom and legroom bests that of Toyota Camry by an average of 2.5 inches. Stretch out. Relax. Enjoy the ride.
  • Looking for versatility and ease-of-use with your onboard technology? You'll find it in Nissan Altima. The NissanConnect system combines navigation, security, entertainment and ways to stay in touch in a single dash-mounted system designed to reduce distractions.

Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord

  • Honda Accord's front row headroom lags behind that of the Nissan Altima by over three inches- so you can forget about using your new car to carpool to those pickup basketball games.
  • And it's not just Accord's front seat that's cramped- its fuel efficiency numbers are too, thanks to both Highway and City MPG ratings that lag behind the fuel-sipping Nissan Altima.
  • While Honda Accord is smaller in passenger room and efficiency, it's somehow much larger in another important category: price. Similarly equipped Honda Accord models come it at nearly $2K more compared to Nissan Altima.

Nissan Altima vs. Hyundai Sonata

  • While the Hyundai Sonata's fuel-efficiency ratings may offer a slight uptick over the more expensive Honda Accord, they still lag behind those found in the all-new Nissan Altima, whose 32-MPG rating remains head of the class.
  • Looking for race-inspired engineering? You'll find it in Nissan Altima, thanks to a sport-tuned suspension and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters you won't find on standard Hyundai Sonata builds.
  • In a hurry? You'll always be comfortable thanks to Altima's Remote Engine Start System with Intelligent Climate Control that gets your cabin heated or cooled automatically- a much preferable experience to waiting for your car to warm up.

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