Nissan Altima Car Workshop
Nissan Altima Car Workshop Service Repair Manuals The Nissan Altima doubles as a practical family sedan and a fun-to-drive car. For even more sport, the 2010 Altima is also available as a coupe. When the Altima was new, reviewers praised its performance, saying it had good power, sharp handling and a smooth continuously variable transmission (CVT). They also liked the Altima’s attractive exterior and interior, noting there is sufficient passenger room.
The Altima’s safety and reliability scores, while not horrible, are below-average in its class. If you opt for the 2010 Altima coupe, you should also be prepared to have a tiny back seat and trunk. Some test drivers said even the sedan was a bit tight on head- and legroom in the rear seat. The Altima coupe’s manual transmission was disliked by test drivers for being imprecise.
The Nissan Altima has either a four-cylinder or V6 engine. A CVT is available on all sedan and coupe models, while a six-speed manual can be found on the Altima coupe. The Altima sedan gets 23/32 mpg city/highway with the four-cylinder engine, while coupes and V6 models earn slightly lower estimates. The sedan’s S trim includes features like push-button start, cruise control and a six-speaker stereo. Available options and features on higher trims include an upgraded stereo, sunroof, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, navigation and a backup camera. Six airbags, anti-lock brakes, traction control and electronic stability control are standard safety features on the Nissan Altima.
Nissan Altima Car Workshop Service Repair Manuals