The 2013 Altima has done it again! Since launching in 2012, Nissan’s completely redesigned midsize sedan has received numerous awards and accolades. Recently Altima earned another title to add to its already impressive list as it was awarded ‘Best New Model’ in the $25,000-$30,000 price range by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
Kiplinger has been a trusted source for personal finance and business forecasts for years. Annually, the online source combs through hundreds of vehicles to award the best values in its yearly buyer’s guide. Winner of these awards are ranged by price, performance, safety, roominess, value, and driving impressions.
“The Nissan Altima has coma long way in the 20 years since it was first introduce,” said Al Castignetti, Nissan Division Vice President and General Manager. “We took great strides to completely redesign this vehicle with a number of innovative features that improve upon the driving experience while maintaining its affordability. Being honored by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance validates all of our hard work and highlights our passion for developing innovative yet affordable products.”
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Windshield wiper functions usually do not get thought about much, but when cold and rainy weather hit, windshield wipers can be invaluable. Nissan took notice to drivers’ needs and added two new changes to their 2013 Altima.
One feature new to the Altima wipers for the 2013 model year is called “auto-park wipers.” When the vehicle is shut off by the driver while the wipers are still in motion, the wipers will now complete a full cycle before coming to rest. This will ensure wipers will always rest at the bottom of the windshield and prevent them from getting stuck and freezing in the middle of the windshield in cold and icy environments.
The other feature now available on the 2013 Altima is the addition of automatic headlights responding to wipers. Headlights on the 2013 Nissan Altima automatically turn on after four wiper cycles. Approximately 30 states require headlights to be on in rain or heavy fog. This new feature of linking headlights to wiper cycles keeps drivers safe and helps them stick to the rules of the road.
These two new windshield wiper innovations come on most 2013 Nissan Altimas. Visit James Ceranti Nissan today to experience this for yourself.
The Nissan Altima has long been a powerhouse in the auto industry and was the second-best selling car in America for 2011. That’s not good enough for Nissan though. Nissan is now making a push to become #1 with a completely redesigned version for the 2013 Altima.
The brand new 2013 Nissan Altima was completely redesigned for looks, driving experience, technology and more. Nissan President and CEO Carlos Ghosn was at the New York Auto Show for the reveal. “This new Altima builds on the fundamental reputation earned over four generations for quality and reliability — and adds class-leading levels of value, innovation, dynamic performance and premium style,” said Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn.
Altima fans will have to sit tight until June before the 2013 version goes on sale. For now, the video of the revealing of the 2013 Altima will have to do.
Nissan is constantly making its vehicles better but the 2013 version of the Nissan Altima is ready to be something special. Nissan engineers redesigned the Altima and are very excited to show the world what the new Altima will be.
Nissan announced that the 2013 Nissan Altima would be put on display at the New York International Auto Show in April. Since the announcement that it would be shown there, Nissan has been releasing teases along the way.
Enjoy the following four teaser videos showing off the Altima. These videos give just enough of a glimpse into how special the 2013 Altima is going to be.