2023 Nissan Altima gets upgraded everywhere but under the hood

Nissan announced the 2023 Altima in June. Now that the relatives sedan has achieved sellers, it is really time for pricing. There are compact price bumps to go with the little alterations to built to next year’s product. You will find the new Nissan emblem all about, bigger trim-particular V-movement grilles, and LED headlights for every trim. The Platinum trim that was AWD-only departs, leaving S, SV, SR, SL, and SR-VC Turbo when powering both axles, the S drops away at the base, leaving SV, SR and SL. The SR now receives its very own distinctive black chrome insert and SR badging. A pair of new hues and four new wheel models be part of the menu. 

Nissan raised the vacation spot charge from $1,025 to $1,095. Charges for the 2023 Altima after spot, and their improvements from 2022, are:

  • S: $26,385 ($710)
  • SV: $27,185 ($510)
  • SR: $28,585 ($910) 
  • SL: $33,085 ($1,970)
  • SR VC-Turbo: $36,085 ($4,060)
  • SV AWD: $28,685 ($610)
  • SR AWD: $30,085 ($2,035)
  • SL AWD: $34,585 ($2,070)

Inside of, find trims get an upgraded instrument cluster with a seven-inch details display screen and a significantly bigger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The latter replaces the 8-inch option on the past design. The SR updates to twin-distinction stitching, while wi-fi Android Vehicle, Apple CarPlay, and wireless mobile phone charging are standard on SL and SR VC-Turbo grades, optional on SV and SR grades.

Nissan Basic safety Shield 360 arrives regular across the assortment, indicating entrance and rear computerized emergency braking, lane-departure warning, blind-place warning, rear-cross targeted visitors inform, and computerized higher-beam headlights.

The engines have around. That suggests the common, the natural way aspirated 2.5-liter 4-cylinder producing 188 horsepower and 180 pound-ft of torque on the entrance-drivers, 182 hp when optioned with AWD. Then there’s the turbocharged, variable compression 2.-liter 4-cylinder earning 248 horsepower and 273 pound-toes of torque on 93 octane, 236 hp on regular fuel, which can only be had with front-wheel generate. Equally change via CVTs.