Camry or Accord? Accord or Camry? That always seems like the debate when it comes to affordable mid-size sedans, but Nissan would like you to remember that it offers an alternative: the 2019 Altima. But is it a viable alternative? We try to help you decide this for yourself in Cars.com's review of the Altima, which checks in at No. 5 among our most popular videos of the past week.
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As for whether the Altima is a worthy contender for the beloved Accord and Camry among mid-size family sedans: A second-place showing in a three-way battle among the Altima, Accord and Camry is nothing to sniff at. And in our review of the Altima, reviewer Kelsey Mays has praise for its tech features.
"Standard tech features are generous for this class, with a 7-inch reconfigurable gauge display, four USB ports and an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included on all trims," according to Mays.
Be sure to give the review — and our comparison test — a read before purchasing an affordable family sedan.
For the week's top videos, our First Drives of the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus and updated-for-2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata are still hanging around. The other three spots are occupied by our first looks at three debuts from the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show: a peek at the all-new 2019 BMW X7's interior, Honda's new 2019 Passport SUV and the refreshed 2019 Nissan Maxima.
Check out the top five reviews and top five videos of the week below.
Top 5 Reviews
1. 2019 Genesis G70: A Delightful Sports Sedan
2. 2019 Mazda CX-3 Review: Good Things, But in a Small Package
3. 2018 Nissan Kicks Review: Impressive Value and Utility Without AWD
4. 2019 Subaru Forester Review: New and Better, But Not Shouting It
5. 2019 Nissan Altima: More High-Tech Than Highbrow
Top 5 Videos
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