Get ready for the new Nissan Altima! One of their most popular sedans on the market today, the top-selling 2019 Nissan Altima is getting a complete redesign that will really bring everything people love about the Altima up a notch. With an expected price of $24,145, the price for the redesigned Altima isn’t much different from the current model, so what you are getting is a better car for your money. The new Altima will provide new exterior color options, a new four-cylinder engine, and many other exciting features for the year. If you are looking for the perfect sedan that’s fit for commuting, traveling, fun and more, the 2019 Nissan Altima is sure to be an excellent choice. Read on to learn about one of the most anticipated redesigns of the new year.

Get ready for the new Nissan Altima! One of their most popular sedans on the market today, the top-selling 2019 Nissan Altima is getting a complete redesign that will really bring everything people love about the Altima up a notch…

With an expected price of $24,145, the price for the redesigned Altima isn’t much different from the current model, so what you are getting is a better car for your money. The new Altima will provide new exterior color options, a new four-cylinder engine, and many other exciting features for the year. If you are looking for the perfect sedan that’s fit for commuting, traveling, fun and more, the 2019 Nissan Altima is sure to be an excellent choice. Read on to learn about one of the most anticipated redesigns of the new year.

On the outside, the 2019 Nissan Altima has undergone a few significant changes. The body has been designed to be longer, wider and lower to the ground, providing a sportier and dominating road presence. The wheelbase has also increased, and the V-shaped grille is larger as well. Two new colors: Scarlet Ember and Sunset Drift will now be offered. As for the cabin, it has been expanded to be roomier, airier and more comfortable all-around. S and SV trims will come standard with cloth upholstery, while other trims will get leather. Featured in the instrument cluster is a 7-inch screen and an 8-inch screen on the dashboard.

Featured included in the vehicle’s infotainment system are plentiful, so you won’t likely need to purchase any upgrades unless you are the kind of person that needs top-of-the-line…everything. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard smartphone integration features. Keeping you safe with your eyes focused on the road, Siri Eyes Free and Google Assistant Voice recognition are featured as well. You’ll also get satellite radio for a higher quality radio experience. With the ProPilot system, you’ll get driver assistance features like steering assist, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist and forward collision warning. Other features like the blind spot monitoring are available on higher level trims.

Under the hood, the redesigned Altima is sure to impress drivers. Standard with most Nissan Altimas is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that generates up to 188 horsepower and up to 180 lb-ft of torque. Replacing the optional V6 engine this year is a new 2.0-liter twin-turbo four-cylinder engine – the same one introduced in the QX50 in 2018. When placed in the Altima, this engine generates a whopping 248 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. While these are somewhat lower levels than the V6 offered in 2018, it's not by much and should lend to a much better fuel economy. Of course, you can still get the V6 with the sport-themed SR trim. Standard with all Nissan models is an Xtronic continuously variable automatic transmission - as usual. But what you may not have expected is the availability of all-wheel drive, never before offered on even the highest-level Maxima models.