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Old 05-29-2005, 07:24 PM   #1
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anyone have info about Altimas?

Anyone have info about Altimas? Good/bad? Would you own one? How are they vs. the compitition?
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my sister have a 4cyl altima 2004. very nice cars, Seem to be of good quality. it has very good acceleration. very spacious too.
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For 2005, Nissan adds the first ever Altima SE-R, which takes one of C/D’s favorite mid-size family sedans to a more sporting level. The SE-R gets new front and rear fascias and a rear spoiler, forged 18-inch wheels, a Z-like three-gauge instrument cluster, and black leather sport seats. The 3.5-liter, DOHC 24-valve V-6 engine has been “tuned” and teamed with sweet-sounding high-flow mufflers to turn out 260 hp, a 10-hp bump over the standard V-6. Matched with a choice of six-speed manual or five-speed automatic with manual mode, a performance-tuned suspension, large four-wheel disc brakes with standard ABS, and sticky 225/ 45R-18 W-rated tires, the SE-R is ready to take on all comers in its niche. If that’s more than you need, there are five additional models—2.5, 2.5S, 2.5SL, 3.5SE, and 3.5SL —that offer cosmetic styling tweaks and an all-new interior for 2005.
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When Nissan introduced the Xterra sport-utility vehicle just a few years ago, everyone thought it would cannibalize sales of the company's other SUV, the Pathfinder. After all, it was roughly the same size, had a similar engine option, and cost a lot less. Guess what? Pathfinder sales are up. Nissan successfully differentiated the target markets for the two products and hit 'em right on the nose. Nissan has a similar plan for the 2002 Altima, which, in its new, enlarged form with an optional 3.5-liter V-6, looks for all the world like a Maxima replacement. But Nissan operatives are confident they can pitch the new Altima at the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord and push their Maxima range farther upmarket. Basically, Nissan will allow the Altima to usurp Maxima GXE sales, which had accounted for about a quarter of Maxima volume, cutting the GXE market share to just five percent. In turn, Nissan will push the Maxima SE to 58 percent and the GLE to 37 percent of total Maxima sales. These developments will result in the 2002 Altima squaring off directly against the bestsellers from Toyota and Honda. The Altima will have a size advantage — it's longer, taller, roomier, and a fraction wider — and an edge in power from each of its engine configurations when compared with the Camry and Accord. It's not bad-looking, either, with an aggressive shovel-nosed front end and a dramatic rear end that flashes occasional Passatlike aspects at you when it isn't fascinating you with a split-plane bumper molding that plays with the light in a most becoming fashion. The front and rear lights are clear-lensed units with a voguish bejeweled look, and we particularly like the round brake lights — like those of the Jag S-type — that appear as concentric rings of light points. The four-cylinder and V-6 versions both have dual exhaust tailpipes, but the V-6 model features cutouts in the rear fascia that give the hind end a tidy, integrated look. All Altimas for the North American market will be assembled in the Tennessee towns of Smyrna and Decherd, and they will be the first Nissans assembled there to benefit from the structural and dimensional integrity of a one-piece body-side structure framing the doors. The three lower-end Altimas — the 2.5, the 2.5 S, and the 2.5 SL — are powered by, yes, a 2.5-liter in-line four that is all-new for 2002, hooked to either a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission. It boasts an aluminum block, balance shafts to cancel second-order vibes, continuously variable valve timing, and a pretty impressive 180 horsepower at 6000 rpm. That's 25 more horses than the preceding Altima's 2.4-liter engine offered, and it should be enough to compensate for this bigger car's 70-pound weight increase. It certainly feels fine on the road, with good midrange torque and a lively power rush at the top end of the dial. Like many smaller-engined siblings in dual-powertrain model ranges, the 2.5 Altimas have sweeter steering and lighter handling than their V-6 equivalents. And even if the cars equipped with four-speed automatics did feel a little down on power at Laguna Seca Raceway, where Nissan hosted track time, they were perfectly adequate on the street. Nissan's Altima 3.5 SE has a downgraded power output compared with the 2002 Maxima (240 versus 260 horsepower), but that's still enough to spank the Camry and the Accord (194 and 200 horsepower, respectively). So is its husky torque peak of 246 pound-feet. As you'd expect, the V-6 tows this car around with considerable authority, offering effortless low-end response and really intense urge as the tach climbs into the 5000s. Keeping all this action on the road is a new strut front suspension, a multilink rear suspension based on the zoomy Skyline model's running gear, and generous wheel and tire packages. The four-cylinders get 16-inch wheels with 205/65R-16 tires; the V-6 models roll on 17-inch alloys shod with 215/55R-17 rubber. At Laguna Seca, this combination demonstrated quite good balance, offering minimal push with an ability to rotate under braking that greatly assisted in lapping the fast track at a respectable clip for a street-spec car. Furthermore, the Altimas were able to thread the tortuous canyon wiggles of the Nacimiento-Fergusson Road south of Carmel without grinding around in terminal understeer.

Despite the generous increases in dimension, the new Altimas are substantially stiffer than their predecessors (170 percent stiffer, says Nissan), and this is evident in their taut and quiet roadgoing demeanor. The 103-cubic-foot interior offers a 1.3-inch front-headroom improvement and a 1.9-inch legroom improvement. This earned two thumbs up from our XL West Coast editor, although with disapproving glances at the roof's stylish downward arch above the rear-seat passengers' heads. And the new interior was well received, particularly the dash design, which features a contrasting-texture waterfall-shaped center console and a three-hole instrument panel with highly legible orange-backlit dials. Three so-called atmospheres are available: Charcoal, Blond, and Frost, along with, uh, "wood tone" trim. A premium Bose sound system is an option. Prices, according to Nissan spokesmen, will be competitive with the obvious marketplace rivals' — figure $16,000 to open, with top-end 3.5 SE models closing in on $23,000. Given the advantages the Altima enjoys in the realms of size, space, and power, this ought to be a very interesting struggle.
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btw the ride is very comfortable.
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my gf's dad has one.... he really likes it, it's the 6 cylinder, and would beat mine like a red headed step child.... but not nearly as quick as a GT
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i'd own one if i owned a family.
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he asked me if I wanted to race for pink slips... I said no. He said, awww is my car better than your's (yes, he is an ***).... and I said, awwww, is my car the one that'll bring home the *****... yeah, to my gf's dad, hahaha.
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ya caught me. hey, he wanted to know some info on the altima, i found some, and told him about it.
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I had already read stuff from edmunds, vehix, and nissan. Just wanted personal esperience.

Trying to decide if I want one or something else.
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the 2004 is a really nice car.... also, the v-6 is pretty damn quick... interior is very sharp
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I like them but have you thought of getting the sentra. Smaller with a bigger aftermarket.
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I don't want an aftermarket. I am pretty tired of the modding stage of my life. Just want something practical right now that will get me from point A to point B and that I don't have to worry about being stolen or vandalized or whatnot. I have no idea where I will be in 12mos and an Evo in the wrong part of town would be bad.

Oh, and after having xenon headlights, you get so adjusted to them, the halogens on the sentras would be a pain going back to
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friend of mine just bought a se-r altima, very nice inside/out. he wanted to run me one night and I think my foxbody is still a tad quicker off the line and all cuz he shut down really soon...massive freakin wheel hop. he tried to race a ws6 haha.

but very practical, smooth ride, and all the creature comforts. If I was into foreign cars id own one.
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altimas are sweet. especially the 2005s. whether you want a 4 cyl 2.5, v6 3.5 or se-r 3.5, they've got pep. the seats are comfortable, there's a lot of headroom and leg room (i'm 6'3" 285 lbs, and i have plenty of room in them) ...the factory stereo is sweet, bose all around. the looks are racy, but still with that air of the family sedan. the auto trannies shift smoothly from gear to gear, and downshift and accelerate quickly when you give it extra gas, i haven't noticed any hesitation with the autos... the manual's rev much more quickly than you'd expect, and the clutch goes in easy, yet is firm enough to give you the proper feedback... they're fun to drive... the stock suspension on the 2.5 and 3.5 is coilover, and about what you'd expect from a sporty sedan, but the SE-R model's suspension is much nicer. firmer on highway, it seems to hover just over the asphalt, rather than on it. it's a great ride in town too... they have some nice colors, but my personal favorite is the blue. it looks so perfect... on the SE-R though, red is definitely the best looking.. funny how a aero kit can change your color preferences, isn't it?

^i know all this for a fact, becuz i build altimas at work, and i drive them regularly. they're a nice ride, and not too expensive. except for the SE-Rs, of course, which cost more due to the aero kit, coloring, interior enhancements, and engine retuning

i'd say if you have the option, get an altima

get a nissan, period
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except for a sentra... they suck balls! i can't fit inside one comfortably, not even with the seat all the way back, and tilted almost to horizontal

sentra's suck
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not biased at all are we
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maybe a little :pnoid:

that doesn't make them less nice though
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as long as they are body kit free, spoiler free, and fart cannon free.. i respect them. nice cars.
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the only problem i have with them is the shifter is kinda loose, its weird, but im guessing that can be fixed with a short throw, im guessing they make them?
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i haven't noticed any shifter issues with the 05 altimas. and i spend quite a lot of time with them
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i dont know it just seems loose, like really open. but this is an 04
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hey i fit in my spec v right comfortably but your right it is a lil small....i would love to have an altima se-r tho
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as long as they are body kit free, spoiler free, and fart cannon free.. i respect them. nice cars.

You must hate my current car then. Eventhough it is kinda quick . Big wing, check. fart cannon, well, full exhaust, but check. body kit, new front bumer, check.

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^its slightly faster then any ones car here (dont shoot me please)
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A lot of oriental cars come with a spoiler, not one that looks like a park bench, but a spoiler.
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there was a altima at the track, nitrous fed, ran a 12.7 if i remember. and i hear the v6's love nitrous on those, its not rare for nitrous fed ones to hit 12-13's with just nitrous and simple bolt ons. the got like 260hp stock i think, not bad if you ask me for dumping maybe 1000 into nitrous, intake and exhaust and run 12's. but then again the car costs around 25k if i remember.
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what about 03redfirecobra or god himself Jayber?
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the 05 altima 3.5 v6's push out 240hp, the 2.5 4bangers push 175hp, and the se-r's push 265hp. they're light too, and the price starts around 19,000 and goes up to 26,000.. but the se-r is move expensive, starts around 25,000 and goes up to 30k. not worth the extra $, imo, but still nice to drive
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