Nissan Altima offers attractive features and superior performance
With a class-leading fuel economy of 17.7km per litre, the new Nissan Altima makes a great vehicle to own in Oman.
With the potent yet efficient 182hp, four-cylinder engine, you will get innovative engineering and maximum power delivery.
Along with the revised appearance, The X-Tronic D-Step CVT equipped in the new Nissan Altima is among the quietest in its segment. The Altima has also improved in its coefficient of drag from the previous 0.29 Cd (currently similar to the GT-R) to 0.26 Cd.
The changes come from the addition of an active grille shutter (three per cent gain), under floor aero cover additions (three per cent) and the new front and rear fascia and windshield designs (four per cent). All of this defines into being best-in-class with standard fuel economy of 17.70km per litre.
A senior official from SBA said, “Nissan Altima’s innovative engineering gives you smooth power while contributing to the impressive fuel economy.
“The Altima aims to attract a wider audience with its contemporary good looks, eye-catching exterior colour range, spacious and fashionable interior, in addition to a powerful high-performance engine and a range of other options to make city driving easier.”
The Nissan Altima 2017 comes with a fresh new appearance including the ‘energetic flow’ exterior styling theme and ‘gliding wing’ interior layout, ‘class-leading fuel economy’ and ‘improved driving dynamics and safety technology’.
The front end of the 2017 Altima offers the most dramatic change with its energetic flow design, since all panels and pieces forward of the A-pillars are new – fascia, bumper, fenders, hood and lights. Two key elements are the redesigned V-Motion grille and boomerang-shaped headlights, similar to those found on the Maxima. The look is dramatically different from the previous Altima design, with a wide, deeply sculpted lower bumper, integrated fog lights (2.5SV and 2.5SL models) and prominent chrome-trimmed grille.
The rear of the new Altima is marked by a new sculpted bumper with a dark lower accent, a new trunk lid and lower, wider boomerang-shaped combination lights that provide a more expressive, higher quality appearance when approaching the vehicle from behind. The four-piece combination lights incorporate the tail and stop lights, turn lamps and backup lights.
Nissan committed to adding value, incorporated customer’s feedback and added comfort features such as the standard Zero Gravity front seats, which have been reshaped, the woven cloth seating and door panel materials feature a more open weave pattern, providing a premium look and feel throughout the Altima interior. Twin cup holders on the centre console now accommodate mug handles in response to customer input.
The already extensive Altima colour palette for 2017 includes java metallic, brilliant silver, gun metallic, cayenne red and pearl white and a new 17-inch machine-finish aluminium-alloy wheel designs.
The Altima have stepped up the safety technology by adding its first in class Predictive Forward Collision Warning (PFCW), the Blind Spot Warning (BSW). Forward Emergency Braking (FEB) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA). The new steering has been reshaped and tuned to provide real-time road input and precision (available only on SL grades).
Building on the Altima’s reputation for superior dynamic performance, it offers a redefined multi-link rear suspension benchmarked to leading European sports sedans.
SBA is largely committed to supporting Nissan’s growth in the sultanate. For test drive options, the toll free number 80050011. For details on Nissan vehicles visit the website www.nissanoman.com.
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