Nissan Altima 2013
Updated: Aug 4
"The Altima is the nicest Sedan to drive, the easiest to use and cheapest to fuel."
On Edmunds.com's "17 Best Cars You Can Buy" list, the 2013 Altima was named "Best Midsize Sedan," beating out competitors like the Honda Accord and Ford Fusion.
Design for the modern day, Altima is in its best shape, sporting a sporty exterior with chrome accents that add a a glint to this car's sleek design. Equipped with a variable transmission, the Altima 2.5 achieved 39.7 mpg when given a 116-mile test drive by Edmunds, exceeding their expectations and earning it honorable praise.
Along with its powertrains, the article emphasized the fact that the sedan offers a great balance of performance, high-tech yet easy-to-use features, and overall refinement. To sum it up they noted, "In total, the Altima is the nicest Sedan to drive, the easiest to use and cheapest to fuel."