Family Reviews the 2013 Nissan Altima


The redesigned Nissan Altima looks leaner but not quite meaner for 2013, says Family reviewer Sara Lacey. What really impressed Sara was the amount of legroom in the first and second rows, which made for a comfortable test drive for her school-aged kids in the backseat. Because her kids are older, Sara is concerned about a car’s trunk being able to handle all the sports equipment and school projects: The Altima easily handled nearly all her son’s hockey equipment.

2013 Nissan Altima Review



With the new Altima the purpose of the Maxima is now even less clear. More powerful? (not really, just 20hp). Sportier? No. More Technology? No. Bigger? Barely.

Instead of a 300 horsepower “sporty” front-wheel-drive car, Nissan should discontent the Infiniti M as the new Maxima.

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