See How Nissan Altima Compares To The Competition

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 Compare the Nissan Altima to the Toyota Camry
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Finding a suitable mid-size sedan can often be challenging because of a busy, competitive field filled with solid options. When it comes to finding models that stand out above the rest, Nissan and Toyota have come up with a pretty solid recipe built just for your needs. The Nissan Altima offers plenty for drivers to really enjoy but often is challenged by the reliable Toyota Camry. At our Nissan dealership, we're happy to showcase how the Nissan Altima stacks up against its competition and where it really shines!

Check out a comparison of the two sedans below!


Nissan Altima vs. Toyota Camry

  • Both models offer a 2.5-liter engine for their base trim level. While the Toyota does offer a 3.5-liter V6 on specific options, it's more expensive and harder to upkeep when parts start to fail. The Nissan offers a 2.0-liter turbocharged option that offers more pounds per feet of torque than anything the Toyota can produce.
  • The Nissan is standard with the Xtronic CVT® or continuously variable transmission. The Toyota offers a similar transmission but doesn't make it standard.
  • Nissan offers both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive to help out with those tricky road situations that might occur around Matteson. The Toyota Camry does not come with all-wheel drive.
  • If you're looking for a roomy ride, the Nissan Altima manages just a bit more than interior space than what the Toyota Camry can offer.
  • If you need to fit that last extra grocery bag into the trunk, the Altima will manage it just a bit easier than the Camry can handle. Space is at a premium oftentimes and you deserve to be able to make the most of your space.
  • The Toyota sedan offers an impressive infotainment system with a seven-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay™ as a standard feature on all of its models. The Nissan Altima comes standard with an eight-inch touchscreen and inclusion of both Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. You'll find more features with the base model of Altima than the Camry.
  • The Nissan Altima has a bit more of a higher cost initially but offers more utility than the Toyota Camry can achieve.

  Compare the Nissan Altima to the Honda Accord
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Choosing the right midsize sedan is an important decision and with the selection available from Nissan and Honda, you have some impressive options to choose from. The Nissan Altima offers plenty of fun features and responsive engine options to enhance your daily commute. There aren't a lot of sedans that can compare to the Altima and at Hawkinson Nissan, we're happy to help you find the ways it will improve your driving experience!

See how the Nissan Altima stands out against the popular Honda Accord today!


Nissan Altima vs Honda Accord

  • The Altima comes standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder while the Honda Accord starts off with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine. Both models offer a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine for some of their higher trim levels.
  • The Nissan sedan offers both front-wheel drive and an Intelligent all-wheel drive. The Honda Accord does not offer all-wheel drive on any model in its lineup.
  • While the Honda gets better fuel economy in the city, the Nissan Altima outperforms it on the highway. If you're looking to find a sedan that can go longer in between trips to the gas pump, the Altima also offers a larger gas tank than its Honda competitor.
  • The interior of the Nissan sedan has more to offer than the Honda Accord. The Altima comes standard with the NissanConnect® eight-inch touchscreen and access to Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ technology. The Honda offers a seven-inch non-touchscreen and only offers the same features on higher trim levels.
  • You can control your comfort with the eight-way power adjustable driver's seat on the Nissan Altima. The Honda Accord offers a similar setting but does not come standard like the Altima.
  • Both models come standard with plenty of active safety features to help you keep an extra pair of eyes on the road. The Nissan Altima provides access to Blind Spot Warning at a more affordable level than the Honda Accord.

If you would like to test drive the new Nissan Altima, swing by Hawkinson Nissan today!