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2019 Nissan Altima problems: What to look out for when buying used

The Nissan Altima has always been a solid contender in the hotly-contested midsize sedan class. Stalwarts like the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have long been the standard, but the Nissan Altima has been consistently nipping at the heels of these industry leaders and stealing sales for nearly 30 years - and for good reason. DOWNLOAD THE APP The CoPilot app is the smartest way to buy a car. Search all listings in your area, get notified about deals, new listings, and price drops, or chat with one of our copilots for some hands-on advice.

2017 Nissan Altima Problems: What to look for when buying used

The 1980’s and early 1990’s represented a time that was incredibly competitive for manufacturers who were trying to compete in the midsize sedan space. When Nissan introduced the Altima way back in 1992, it was designed to be a practical, fuel efficient and fun to drive runabout that could compete with the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. The Altima is by far the best selling Nissan and is in fact one of its oldest models.

2015 Nissan Altima problems: The most common reliability issues reported by owners

Debuting in 1992, the Altima was introduced by Nissan to take on the juggernauts of Japanese midsize sedans. At first debuting as a compact car, the U.S.-built Altima would go on to sell millions of units and champion technologies like the CVT Transmission long before companies like Toyota or Honda started to fully implement this now industry-standard piece of kit. The Altima makes a fine companion for commuting to work, shutting kids around or whatever else your life may demand of it.

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