New Nissan Altima will hit market in 2014
|   Friday, August 02, 2013
Nissan is one of the most famous auto manufacturing brands of all time; it has huge variety of vehicle from compact to huge from sport material to daily use car. It has the series of most successful brand in the international market. Nissan Altima is listed among the most successful vehicle in the automobile market. Nissan overhaul the design of Altima and soon will be launched in 2014 to optimize into mid size Sedan car in order to make it more convenient and more comfortable than before.
This time Nissan official's claims that they want to make Nissan Altima more comfortable and infotainment package car, the redesign of the car will be family oriented with new features, better handling and with excellent power train paired up.
This new Altima will drag Nissan into new zone, said by the team of Nissan.

The designer working hard to make it unique and more styling technique that is different from other cars. The front portion of the car will be altered will some angled, arrowed cues which take from other Nissan models and Infinities at the headlight and backlight. The side mirror is also altered to some extent and makes it more taper to tasteful backstop. The huge change in the interior of the vehicle, they divide the portion of driver with straight line centre control stack from the passenger. They provide more space for larger LCD and infotainment panel which provide an ease to the driver while driving.

This new Altima Sedan will still remain 5-seater which has a size of 109 inch wheelbase while in the previous model it has 191.5 inch in length. There is not that much roomy but still it is perfect for any family choice. Nissan mostly focus on the seats of the car because if you feel comfortable than you enjoy the ride otherwise you will hate the vehicle how stylish the car looks. This has much space available to accommodate a big family. You can easily adjust you seats to accommodate more people. The rear seat has an option to adjust a 60/40 and fold down in order to create more space for luggage. The seats are covered with leather material and it gives really classy looks to the car.

All version of Sedan will comes up with independent suspension and merely its upgrade to Sachs shocks just to improve the performance more good and make the ride more comfortable. This time Nissan claims that they have hit the electro hydraulic steering which polishes the drive of Nissan Altima on the road. Now Altima is very successful series in the auto vehicle industry and every customer likes this brand very much. Now just wait for 2014 when Nissan will launch its new redesign of Altima 2014 for their customers. If you love Nissan than you have to wait for the time when it will launch the new coupe with more style and with more comfort so that you can enjoy the ride of with your family.
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