The updated 2023 Nissan Altima costs from $26,385 to $36,085 including a destination charge. The new model features a fresher look and more technologies available.
The manufacturer has announced pricing for its popular sedan – the 2023 Nissan Altima. Again it comes in five trim levels: S, SV, SR, SL, and SR VC-Turbo.
It arrives with a revamped V-motion grille, a new logo, new exterior colors and wheel designs, and standard LED headlamps.
The cabin offers a revised instrument panel (new finishings), the largest-in-the-class 12.3-inch HD color touchscreen with Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a wireless phone charging pad, as well as door-to-door navigation.
Learn more about the new Altima through our previous post.
Our Take on the Model
If you need a nice commuting vehicle or a spacious family sedan, consider the Nissan Altima. It has excellent fuel economy, cushy and roomy seating, straightforward infotainment controls, and a quite smooth ride. Nevertheless, the sedan is less enjoyable to drive and has a less upscale interior compared to some rivals.
The Honda Accord excels the Altima in almost everything: cabin quality and space, engines, and handling. However, the Nissan vehicle is available with all-wheel drive, unlike the Honda car.
Another competitor – the Toyota Camry is also more well-rounded in terms of the ride or power, or a suite of technologies offered. Like the Altima, it has AWD and hybrid variants, but the Camry is a better pick overall if you sum up all the advantages.