The 2016 Nissan Altima in Santa Fe: Best-Selling Midsize Sedan

Driving on the road will never be as comfortable and executive-like when you’re behind the steering wheel of the 2016 Nissan Altima. True to its word, Nissan assures the discerning driver that this sedan is ahead of the game against its competitors.

Impressive Appearance

Nissan has redesigned the shape of the front and rear of the 2016 Altima. Vehicle owners who are familiar with the Nissan Maxima will see a striking similarity. Compared to its predecessor, the 2016 Nissan Altima also sports LED headlights with sharper character lines.

Its grille has undergone some improvement as well, as it is now equipped with the Active Grille Shutters that closes when you’re driving at highway speeds. This is to reduce wind resistance and ultimately boost efficiency.

Top-of-the-Line Safety Features

The new Altima boasts active safety features that past models are lacking. These include a rear cross-path detection, predictive forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control. The Rear Cross Traffic Alert, in particular, is most helpful when you are backing out of a parking space. It can detect any vehicle that is approaching and immediately warns you about it.

Fuel Economy

Nissan is confident in its campaign that this new Altima can exhilarate its performance at 39 miles per gallon (MPG), thanks to its improved aerodynamics. Additionally, the boost in fuel economy can be attributed to the car’s lowered engine friction and higher compression ratio.

You don’t need to sacrifice fuel economy to get a more premium car. This is what exactly the 2016 Nissan Altima promises potential buyers. Consult your dealer for Nissan in Santa Fe to learn more of your options.

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