2017 Nissan Altima consumer reviews

$22,900 starting MSRP
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92% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.7
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4.4

Terrific Car

This Nissan Altima is a great ride, smooth with a quick pickup. It’s a good looking car with black interior and red exterior. I’m very pleased with my purchase.

5.0

This car i love it

This car is every thing i wanted and more.... I waited so long to go get a car and i am happy i went here.

5.0

Amazing car

I love everything about this car. It’s beautiful, it drives amazing, gets good gas mileage, has comfortable seats, and great sound system. I would receive this car to anyone!

5.0

I HAVE OWNED 4 NISSAN ALTIMA SINCE 2016

GOOD GAS MILEAGE, GOOD BODY STYLE. GOOD HANDLING ON INTERSTATE DRIVING REGARDING SPEED AND STABILITY ON CURVES AND UP AND DOWN HILL DRIVING, GOOD REAR CAMERA TO ASSIST WHEN THE CAR IS IN REVERSE.

4.9

Very underrated vehicle in my honest opinion.

Very comfortable, with more room than any other car in its class for a great price. The Zero Gravity Seats are amazing. Very dependable, and very nice looking.

4.9

Amazing styling, gas mileage, and comfort

I owned sports cars for 20 years and when it came time to move to a sedan, I chose this terrific car. Of course it doesn't handle like a sports car (not built to) but it is a smooth ride, low noise level, great gas mileage (city/highway 30mpg.) Surprising acceleration for a 4 cylinder so merging and passing are no problem at all. The interior really looks nice. I would recommend the Altima for its all-around great value.

5.0

GET THE 3,5L V6. A STEAL with Great Performance!!

Needed a good solid 4-door sedan but did NOT want to buy anything underpowered or expensive. Bought this car - Exec Driven - with a couple 1000 miles on it. Great performance on the reliable 3.5L engine that they do NOT sell anymore in the Altima. Basically it is the same V6 engine as in the Maxima and 350Z - you just need to add on some performance parts. The 270HP is very adequate, but when you put on a couple of Stillen Performance parts - Air intake, bigger exhausts, and stiffer Anti-Sway Bar (everything with installation - UNDER $1000!!) you're at about 300HP and the car is faster than the Maxima that is 800 pounds heavier. If you can find one of these cars - and YES they are still IN DEMAND used - buy it and put the performance parts on. You will have saved a ton of money by not buying a BMW or Lexus or Audi. Gas mileage is very decent on it and handles very well.

4.9

Spectacular Car All Around

This car, if you purchase one with the SL trim, which is what I own, has advanced safety and luxury amenities on par with vehicles in luxury classes and of much higher pricing. At almost 40K miles, now, routine oil changes and tire rotations are all that I have put into this car. I have full confidence it will sail into to the 120K to 140K range with not much added repair costs.

4.7

A great car so far!

I’ve only owned it for about a week but so far the performance has blown itself outta the water! I am being extremely careful because I’ve known of the CVT issues on these cars, but it’s a one owner and it’s been well taken care of, so hopefully it’ll last a long time! Also interior is some of the comfiest I’ve ever ridden in. Entertainment systems in the car could use a bump into the 21st century but other than that a solid car with great performance!

3.3

For the price it should have been a better car

I felt like there was too much street in buying that car and I always thought that a Altima was one of the best cars made. I was mistaken