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2013 Nissan Altima: Cloud Connected

The 2013 Altima is the opposite of overwrought.

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Flex Fuel No
Manufacturer's Engine Description VQ35DE
Hydrogen No
Natural Gas No
EPA MPG Highway 31
EPA MPG City 22
Description CVT
Torque 251 lb-ft @ 4,400 rpm
Horsepower 270 hp @ 6,400 rpm
Number of Airbags 6
Powertrain Warranty 5 yr./ 60000 mi.
Rear Chassis Suspension Multi-link independent
Steering Power
Vehicle Warranty 3 yr./ 36000 mi.
Front Chassis Suspension Independent subframe-mounted strut-type
Fuel Capacity 18
Luggage Capacity (All Seats Upright) 15.4
Passenger Capacity 5
Seat Rows 2
Width 72
Height 58.1
Length 191.5
Doors 4
Diesel No
Convertible No
Hybrid No
Electric No
Base Price 27780
Type Sedan
Model Year 2013
Manufacturer Name Nissan
Brand Name (Nissan)
Engine Valves 24
Engine Displacement 3.5
Engine Cylinders 6
Vehicle Options
  • Front wheel drive (FWD)
  • Power windows
  • Power locks
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS navigation system
  • iPod/USB input
  • Auxiliary power point
  • CD player
  • Audio input
  • Internet connectivity / ""apps""
  • Rear view camera / back-up sensor
  • Keyless Entry
  • Keyless / ""Push-Button"" Ignition
  • Remote Starter
  • Remote Trunk Latch Release
Transmission Options
  • Continuously variable (CVT)
  • Manumatic
Brakes
  • 4-Wheel Disc
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