Runs like a top & the Air Conditioning Works
In the Fall of 2018, my mechanic said: "My customer's daughter bought a new Altima, and is giving my customer her used Altima. So my customer must get rid of the previous Altima that her daughter gave her. It runs like a top & the air conditioning works." I've been driving said 2000 Altima to date (7/15/2020) without problems except for the duct-taped bumpers & fenders. Good acceleration. The smooth automatic transmission allows me to drive slower more comfortably than I do in my manual 5-speed 1990 240SX. The check engine light lit recently. It probably indicates I need a routine oil change as it did last time. 18 mpg under all conditions. My other car is a 1988 Fiero which handles better than anything new available below $50,000. The Fiero is better in the snow. But the Altima makes me think a new 21st-century car might be a good thing.
very dependable car, only issue i have is not good
good on gas, comfortable, and reliability has been good. Its 19 yrs old, and only has 90,000. only issue now is sensors near cadalac converter. i believe previous owners driving in OD all the time is causing issues with sensors causing bucking and skipping running and idling rough.
17 years old & still starts on first turn!!!
For the $$$ spent I got a great value. 17 years old, starts right up, rides good only added a better sound system & speakers. It still doesn't have 100,000 miles! Best purchase I could've made!!!