The sedan version of the Altima was first introduced in 2007 and a year later the coupe version was released. So far, there has been no plans to launch a whole new version until 2013 which means that if you opt for the 2010 version, it would most likely be a face-lift version with some minor enhancements. This is where, if you have seen the 2009 version would come with some new nice looking grille and hood.
It will definitely come with some additional safety systems into its 2 variants for petrol and 1 which is most likely a hybrid variant. To begin with, you will find that the Altima comes with the 2.5 S Sedan and the 2.5 S coupe which, powered through it 175 horsepowers 4 cylinder engine is already impressive. Should you like, you can go for the top of the range V6 version which typically is a 3.5 liter engine capable of boosting out some 270 horses. This will come in the 2 variants as well known as the Altima 3.5 SR and 3.5 SR sedan and coupe respectively.
Inside the car, you will be able to find some pretty cool features which includes iPod and USB connectivity for audio which also comes with a 4.3 inch colour display. Should you like, the Bluetooth hands-free connection system will also be included. On top of that, you will also get the XM satellite radio system as well as a navigation system installed. This is where Nissan has fitted in a 9.3GB storage for you to play digital music. The entry level versions will come with a remote key-less entry and engine start/stop as well as 16 inch tyres while the 3.5 models would come with a power driver’s seat, leather steering wheels. Meanwhile, the 3.5 coupe comes with a 6 speed manual transmission gearbox, 18 inch alloy fitted with low profile tyres, moonroof, rear spoiler and others.