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Do You Have A Nissan Altima With Altima Hubcaps?

Do you? If you do, then you should know that the Altima and the Nissan Hubcaps have been sold for almost two decades - long time, right? There have been four generations that have been introduced by Nissan, the newest one was introduced in 2007.

Nissan knows that there are a lot of manufacturers out there that are competing for the spot of “best sedan” - but this doesn’t phase them. The Altima distinguishes itself by having one of the most “sportiest” handling of any other family sedan that’s on the market. It even offers drivers an amazing interior that shows it’s way ahead of its competitors.

Ever since they released the Altima Coupe with OEM Altima Hubcaps on it, it has further broadened the appeal of the Altima and makes it even more competitive and appealing with cars like the Accord and the Camry.

The current Nissan Altima is the one car that gives the driver that particular kind if style and performance that one would have expected years ago from the Nissan Maxima - isn’t funny how things work out? The Altima’s exclusive styling has been recognized as a Nissan hallmark in recent years.

You can either buy the Altima in a 2.5 S trim, 2.5 SR trim, or a 3.5 SR trim. Both of the 2.5 models get a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that’s supposed to give you about 175 horsepower. The CVT (Continuously Automatic Transmission) is mandatory on the sedan while the coupe usually comes with a 6-speed manual transmission and the CVT only as an option. The 3.5 model has a 3.5-liter V6 that gives you 270 horsepower - huge difference. Even though it’s better, the engine gets the exact same transmission choices as the 2.5 models.

What I think is cool is that there is an Altima Hybrid option that you can buy in certain states; I’m all about saving the earth little by little .. especially if it has the stylish Altima Hubcaps on it.

When it comes to the Altima Coupe, it drives just like the sedan - except it’s a little more stylish compared to the sedan; it also has sportier suspension tuning and more aggressively bolstered seats.

When it comes to the pricing, I think that this part is something that buyers should really look at carefully. Even though the least expensive model will start just under $20,000, if you want most of the options .. the car will cost you about $30,000 or more ! I think that if you’re going to pay that much for a sedan with OEM Altima Hubcaps standard on it, you might as well look into buying a more prestigious luxury car - maybe like an Acura or a car along those lines?

I’m sure that if you get the Altima, you’ll be super satisfied with how it drives and how your family reacts to it .. but I’m not so sure that your bank account will have the same reaction. It is a nice car overall ! What do you think?