When we talk about Karma, it’s usually… not in a good way. But sometimes, it pays off to be a decent person, and J’Mmar Coleman found that out firsthand.
You may have noticed the brand new 2019 Nissan Altima has a befuddling gap between the hood, headlights and front fenders. I double checked with Nissan and, yeah, apparently it’s just supposed to look like that.
We live in exciting times: The new Nissan Altima is replacing its big 3.5-liter V6 for a 2.5-liter four, and it’s making up the difference not just with a turbo but also with a 2.0-liter variable compression engine.
It’s fair to say that the bro-ness of this highway traveller casually telling a fellow road-user that “shit is on fire, dude,” deserves our attention.
Here’s a really in-depth look at the true beigemobile late-’90s Nissan Altima at Curbside Classic. I still remember these things being new.
The Nissan Altima is the C-list celebrity among mid-size sedans. It’s really good, but it’s overshadowed by giants. What do you need to know before you buy a Nissan Altima? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Once upon a time, I had a miserable beater. Unfortunately, it belonged to my parents and got traded in when they finally realized they had spent several running 944s’ worth in repair bills. Had it been signed over to me, there was no doubt in my mind where it needed to go to die: the 24 Hours of LeMons.
America loves it some mid-size sedans. Wagons might be more practical and crossovers are now outselling the humble four-door, but mid-sizers remain the chariot of choice for a massive swath of the population. Nearly every automaker offers one and each comes in dozens of flavors, so how do you pick the best? We’re…
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So, Michael Caruso's car is belching smoke like a QR25DE with a blown head gasket. A+, guys, as a former Altima driver, I can confirm that this looks very realistic, not to mention familiar.
Not wanting to let the Altima get such a bland image as the rival Toyota Camry, Nissan seems eager to prove that you can surprise people with their car's performance. In this video, people think they're getting into a racing version of the Altima.
Y'know, I have a hard time thinking of Raphael's car as a hunk of crap. Yeah, it's old, smelly and breaks in amusing ways, but it's at least an awesome aircooled Volkswagen. Those are easy to fix! That's not even fair. I had a deceptively shiny car that sucked at being a car. Get off my lawn.
From what Nissan would like us to believe, the Altima Coupe will not be missed. It’s done after 2013, likely because no one bought it. Which is odd, because I keep seeing them everywhere.
Apparently even Nissan got bored of the Altima coupe. The car didn't change at all for the 2013 model year, and Wards Auto reports it's off the 2014 lineup.
An unidentified driver with an unknown motive drove their Nissan Altima over a California beach and directly into the ocean Friday afternoon.
Automakers dictate that you have to be punished with a boring car if you want a midsize sedan. Nissan has done everything they could do to interest you with a lighter, more efficient 2013 Nissan Altima. Well, everything but change anything important.
This is the internet, so I'm sure there's someone out there waiting breathlessly for the reveal of the new 2013 Nissan Altima, in the same way I'm sure there's someone out there who gets sexually aroused by crown moldings.
Carmakers are apparently convinced that short "sneak previews" of new products are sexy and attention-grabbing instead of asinine and pointless. But here we are, writing up the 2013 Nissan Altima.
This Nissan driver is trying to carry a ladder in the back seat of his family-size Altima. The car is just under six feet wide. The ladder is longer than that. Significantly longer.