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The price of adventure often proves high - with you watching the fuel pump roll steadily onward, demanding dollars for every mile. This trip was meant to bring you a sense of clarity. Instead it’s just stealing change from your wallet.
Nissan suggests choosing a more economical traveling companion - like its 2018 Altima.
According to US News, the 2018 Altima delivers exceptional economy - with its base engine (a 2.5L DOHC 16-valve inline-four) producing 27 MPGs in the city and 36 MPGs on the highway. It combines a variable induction system with an electronic throttle to improve ignition, allowing for a seamless burst of power; while an XTronic automatic transmission smoothly responds to every gear ratio and eliminates fuel-consuming down-shifts. A front-wheel-drive further improves performance, with its lightweight column requiring fewer resources.
These features allow the 2018 Altima to impress at the pump... and they also bolster it with class-leading capability. As US News explains, this sedan leaves its main rival, the Fusion, in the dust. Ford’s base model only achieves 21 MPGs in the city and 31 MPGs on the highway, proving far less efficient; and this ensures that Nissan will secure a victory at the pump.
Soon the mid-size market will experience refined style - with Nissan unveiling its 2019 Altima to Seattle. This sedan has been thoroughly refreshed for the new year, with its cabin tailored for families who crave more than mere practicality.
As Car Scoops explains, the 2019 Altima delivers a bold interior style. Supple leather will now line the seats and side trims, creating a plush experience. Metallic finishes bring a polished shine to the console dials, while a three-spoke steering wheel is modeled after the Rogue and ensures a sporty effect. Contrast stitching will define the soft-touch materials; and a lengthened wheelbase will provide up to two inches of legroom (this will enhance the previous model’s class-leading 45 frontal inches and 36.1 rear inches).
To further delight Seattle drivers, the 2019 Altima will also boast a tablet-inspired infotainment console. While specific dimensions have yet to be confirmed, this elongated screen should yield (at least) three extra inches of LCD clarity and provide a more user-friendly interface. Connect to all media content with ease, thanks to the streamlined buttons and flush-mounted high-capactive display.
The new Altima embraces a sleek interior design - and we know that sedan fans will be impressed when it arrives later this year. To learn more about this and other Nissan platforms contact us today!
(Posted on Mar 14, 2018 at 08:04AM by Michelle Bogle)
The New York International Auto Show will kick off with an industry event on March 28 and excitement is growing at a rapid pace. Nissan is to thank for that – the automaker is debuting their all-new, fully-redesigned 2019 Altima and consumers are eager to catch a glimpse of the sleek machine.
Luckily for them, Nissan just released a sketch of the 2019 Altima ahead of its official premiere. The image reveals highly expressive lines and hints at the design traits that are sure to define future vehicles.
The 2019 Altima is also a follow-up to the automaker’s Vmotion 2.0 concept vehicle, which was first introduced at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Like this prototype, the new Altima’s front fascia incorporates a prominent V-shaped front grille, flanked by profiled LED headlights integrated into both the nose and sides of the car. Nissan hasn’t shared interior images of the redesigned sedan, but we expect it to be equally grand with substantial updates to the quality of materials and connectivity technologies.
Under the hood, base models of the new Altima will likely be powered by a naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine mated to a CVT transmission. Some industry insiders expect that an available four-cylinder turbo engine will replace the current V6, which is an optional upgrade. Standard front-wheel drive may be swapped with an all-wheel drive option too, but again – that’s speculation.
Official specs for the 2019 Altima will be released in just a matter of days and we’ll be sure to share those when they become available. In the meantime, you can learn more about this sedan by contacting Kirkland Nissan in Seattle, Washington. We currently have many 2018 models in stock, awaiting your next test drive.
Prepare, Seattle, for a peerless sedan experience. Sketches of the 2019 Nissan Altima have arrived… and they promise unprecedented style.
As CNET explains, Nissan has just revealed the first images of its 2019 Altima. This sedan (which is currently scheduled for a late summer release) has been beautifully rendered, with its silver body poised to debut at the New York Auto Show on March 28th. That proves too great a wait for critics, however, and they’ve already begun studying every detail of these concept sketches - debating potential specs and likely additions. Among the conclusions they’ve drawn are:
A New Grille - Nissan should fuse the 2019 Altima with a V-Motion design, blending chrome-cladding with custom badges. The aerodynamic arched shape will anchor the platform, helping to reduce friction.
Lighting - Daytime running lights should be integrated into the Altima’s fascia, stretching from lower grille to the hood-line; while boomerang-style headlamps will deliver a fresh look.
Profile - A rear kick-up will transform the body, lending the Altima a speedster style (the windows will be narrowed to showcase the revised frame, which is anticipated to deliver up to two inches of extra length).
Nissan’s latest foray into the mid-size market should prove a success in Seattle, offering drivers the dynamic style they crave. To learn more about this platform contact us today!
(Posted on Feb 23, 2018 at 07:16AM by Michelle Bogle)
Word on the street is that an all-new Nissan Altima is coming for the 2019 model year and it has Seattle area sedan shoppers very excited. The redesigned vehicle will debut next month at the 2018 New York International Auto Show, which is scheduled for March 28.
This will be the sixth generation for the Altima, which hasn't been revamped since 2013. A top-secret prototype was spotted last summer and Nissan also previewed the design with the Vmotion 2.0 concept car at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Industry insiders don't have any concrete details to share about the next-gen Altima, but some are speculating that the sedan will keep much of its current foundation with some variations. There is talk about a four-cylinder powerplant, as well as the possibility of V6 and hybrid options for drivers wanting increased performance or better fuel economy. Front-wheel drive with CVT is expected to be the standard setup, though some automotive journalists have said that an all-wheel-drive option might be available too. There is also some speculation that Nissan will include some of its ProPilot technologies on the 2019 Altima as well.
Only time will tell what's in store for the next model year. We are eagerly awaiting news from the upcoming New York International Auto Show and will be sure to provide updates as they are released.
In the meantime, you can learn more about the Nissan Altima by contacting our team in Seattle, Washington. We currently have many 2018 models in stock, which are available for test driving today.
A picture is worth a thousand words. As spy-photos of the 2019 Altima flood the online world, however, we think a cheer may be more appropriate. Quick-fingered critics have managed to sneak a peek at Nissan’s premier sedan - and soon Seattle will be celebrating.
Are you ready for the next-generation of mid-size style?
According to Auto Week, spy-photos of the 2019 Altima have surfaced. While none - tragically - reveal the platform’s exterior, they do offer a glimpse into the spacious cabin; and critics are already rhapsodizing about the features they’ve seen:
Quality Materials: a leather-trimmed steering wheel and custom red stitching will elevate the Altima’s cabin, delivering a sporty appearance to every mile. Alcantara seating (though not visible) is expected.
Entertainment Console: a massive new center stack can be seen in the pictures, with Nissan creating a floating super-sized infotainment screen. No official dimensions have been offered, but many anticipate an 8-inch LCD display with capacitive capabilities.
Climate Control: both the placement and exaggerated sizing of the air conditioning dials suggests a revised system. Expect dual-zone technology, along with a potential new cabin filter.
The 2019 Altima should prove a welcome addition to the Seattle market - and we can’t wait to see this sedan when it arrives this fall.
A new breed of mid-size beast is coming to Seattle - with Nissan soon to reveal its 2019 Altima. This sedan will prove unstoppable on both the freeway and the charts, delivering class-leading performance with every rev.
The pony-cars and crossover behemoths are already trembling!
According to CNET, the 2019 Altima will make its official debut at the New York Auto Show (March 30th through April 8th). While Nissan has failed to provide a comprehensive list of specs before this event, rumors have already left critics tantalized - promising exceptional sedan power. Among the expected features are:
The 2019 Altima is rumored to boast both a 1.6L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6. No performance ratios have been released, but early estimates gauge the HP to hover at a maximum of 270.
Nissan should fuse this sedan with its ProPilot suite - providing Seattle drivers with automated assistance and advanced support. This safety feature (which utilizes radar sensors to assess the road, instantly identifying obstacles and engaging either the steering or brakes to maintain proper lane alignment) will greatly reduce the risk of forward collisions. It will blend Pedestrian Detection technology with 360-degree camera monitoring.
A seven-speed Xtronic transmission is anticipated for the new Altima, with its continuously variable design eliminating the frustrations experienced with a manual clutch (the gear ratio is gone and shifting is instead seamless).
Should these features prove true, they’ll propel the 2019 Altima past the competition - and bring drivers the performance they crave.
Too often does the open road wreak havoc on social feeds - interrupting every download with its fading hot-spots and sluggish connections. You try to keep pace with the online world, but the price of mobility is a loss of virtual speed; and all content seems to stall beyond Seattle’s 4G-fused downtown.
With the release of the 2018 Altima, Nissan will change this.
According to The News Wheel, the 2018 Altima will deliver ample connectivity. A five-inch color display anchors the central media console, flanked by six speakers and MP3 playbacks. Bluetooth links enable both instant downloads and hands-free calling, while Siri Eyes Free technology utilizes natural-based voice-recognition software to access music files, social feeds, and text messages. Smartphone integration is assured via the inclusion of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; USB ports and auxiliary input jacks provide easy device syncing; and speed-sensitive volume control defines the AM/FM radio, instantly modifying bass tones as the sedan revs forward (this counters any vibrations and ensures a smooth sound).
The 2018 Altima enables drivers to seek out every virtual world - with its advanced infotainment options delivering wi-fi streaming. No longer suffer weak content streams. Clarity is instead guaranteed.
To learn more about this platform contact us today!
Beneath you is the hardest of cushions - a ragged, lumpy piece of foam. It offers no relief during those long Washington miles. Instead it forces you to squirm through every hour, punishing your body with its unforgiving span. You sigh, wondering when mid-size comfort became a thing of the past.
Allow Nissan to bring it back to the present - with the 2018 Altima promising a superior interior design.
According to The News Wheel, the 2018 Altima will prove a welcome addition to every adventure. Plush cloth-trimmed seats will greet passengers as they slide inside - with their ergonomically-crafted lines providing a more comfortable ride (each has been angled to relieve spinal pressure and improve circulation). Six-way manual adjusters will deliver lumbar support, and a series of available upgrades will improve every mile. These will include:
Fabrics - Nissan allows drivers to choose from Sport Cloth or PrimaTex seating, both of which offers stain-resistant fibers.
Support - pair the 2018 Altima with eight-way adjusters and optional power lumbar technology to reduce back strain on long trips.
Heating Technologies - choose multi-level warming systems to battle the Seattle cold, with the front cushions proving fully customizable.
These features elevate the Altima from sedan to necessity, making it ideal for every weary driver. To learn more about this and other Nissan platforms contact us today.
It’s a collection of dull lines and faded chrome. You glare at your not-so-old sedan, wondering how these few years have rendered it boring. This isn’t the sleek platform you crave. Instead it’s a tediously designed box that yields neither interest nor inspiration.
Nissan thinks it’s time for an upgrade - which is why it’s launching the 2018 Altima.
Soon Nissan will reveal the ultimate mid-size option. The 2018 Altima - which should arrive in the fall - promises a striking style, with The News Wheel reporting a series of fascia upgrades. The platform will rest on 16-inch steel wheels. Intelligent automatic headlamps will frame the front, while dual chrome exhaust finishers will highlight the sculpted rear. The power side-view mirrors will boast body-colored capping; UV glass will define the elongated windows; and active grille shutters will rest beneath the V-Motion grille, further emphasizing its hexagonal shape.
Seattle drivers will find themselves delighted by the 2018 Altima - especially when they peek at the roof. An optional power-sliding glass panel showcases both the car’s arched profile (58-inches high) and the Washington scenery beyond. Utilize the one-touch technology to instantly access the sun.
With the release of the 2018 Altima, Nissan delivers a fresh new style to Seattle. To learn more about this sedan contact our team today.