Don’t let the older generation scare you.
So, the reviews you see about people upset on the CVT transmission, has nothing to do with anything other than the older generation believing cars should have manual transmissions, and the standard automatic. As this doesn’t give them enough VROOM VROOM. When they hit the gas. Day 1, of having this, someone tried to race me lol. Because the car can handle speeds pretty well. Interior is silent, feels like I’m just gliding through the street. The most comfortable car I’ve sat in. Google if it’s reliable, it’s average mileage is 250k-300k miles. It lasts awhile. Definitely a great car to drive then pass down if that’s your thing. This is a fuel efficient, newer vehicle. If you want a vroom vroom car, don’t buy one with a transmission you don’t like… True car enthusiasts read all specs and test drive before purchase.
Worst car I’ve ever owned out of 20+ cars, had a 2020 sr thing was the biggest lemon ever, the cvt transmission is trash and wicked dangerous on the highway. The interior rattles and vibrates over every single bump in the road. The person who designed that cvt trans should be locked up.
I WANT ANOTHER ALTIMA THAT IS RELIABLE
I purchased the 2020 s model as a certified vehicle with 100,000 mile warranty. My catatilac converter went out and the cost of it is $3000 and I was told by my service advisor that it was busted up in the inside because the fluide was not flow correctly in it. And this is just a 2020 model. So this means the motor is bad in this vehicle or something. NOW I AM OUT OF $23,000 because when I thought I was buying a reliable [preown] vehicle from the dealership. (UNION CITY OF NISSAN} WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ALL MAJOR PARTS