2017 Nissan Altima, Broken Arrow, OK Back To Altima

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Fuel economy - highway (mpg)
Fuel economy - combined (mpg)
Proximity key
Push button start only
Cargo tie downs
Glove box
Rear reading lights
Illuminated glove box
Xtronic CVT
Engine liters (L)

How Does This Model Stack Up?

Mechanical Features

The 2017 new Nissan Altima for sale near Tulsa, OK is an excellent sedan with tons of efficiency and power. The new Altima is closely compared to the new Honda Accord, but if you take a closer look at the features you’ll see that the new Altima comes out ahead. Both the new Altima and Accord are going to come with front wheel drive, CVT transmission, and an I-4 engine. The engine in the new Altima is slightly larger than that of the Accord. Even though you’ll see similar, if not the same, features in both of these vehicles you’ll have a higher estimated fuel economy in the new Nissan Altima. This vehicle will offer an average of 27 miles per gallon in the city and 39 miles per gallon on the highway. The Honda Accord will only offer a total of 36 miles per gallon on the highway. Not only will you be able to save on your fuel costs with the Altima, but you’ll also pay less overall. The base trim of the new Altima starts out at $22,500 while the same of the Honda Accord will start out at $23,155.

Interior/Exterior Features

If you want to get more for less then you’ll definitely need to check out the new Nissan Altima cars in Tulsa, OK. The 2017 model of this vehicle will be able to offer you more convenience and features than what is offered in the new Honda Accord. A few of the most standard features that come in vehicles these days that you won’t find in the new Accord include: a proximity key for push button start, cargo tie downs, a locking illuminated glove box, and rear reading lights. The proximity key feature is extremely beneficial during the cold winter months when you want to defrost the windows and heat up the interior of your vehicle. Whenever you work your way up the trim levels you’ll notice that the new Altima will still offer more features for less money. The middle trim will offer features like the auxiliary audio input, tire specific low tire pressure warning, and a blind spot sensor. There are so many more reasons to love the new Altima and to learn about them you should visit Nelson Nissan dealership.

Safety Features

Safety is a top concern for most out there on the roads. We here at Nelson Nissan want to ensure that all of our customers are safe and this is why we highly suggest the new 2017 Nissan Altima cars. This sedan and the new Honda Accord do have several similar features in the base trim, but whenever you take a look at some of the higher trims you’ll see that the new Altima will offer you more. One of these features is the Blind Spot Sensor. It’s great to have features that can actually prevent you from being in a collision. This feature can do this by monitoring your blind spots and alerting you if you are in danger of hitting something. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration put the the new Altima and new Accord through some intense crash tests to test out the overall damages that could occur to the passengers. For the Frontal Barrier Crash test the new Nissan Altima came out with five stars while the Accord only had four stars. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety also tested these two vehicles out. The new Altima received the highest ratings for all of the crash test simulations.