New Nissan Altima For Sale In Jacksonville, NC

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a Nissan Altima last?

The new Nissan Altima is a robust, long-lasting sedan. Still, like every other sedan, its specific lifespan depends on day-to-day driving conditions, frequent maintenance and care, driving habits, and more.

But, an Altima that’s been properly maintained and driven with care can last for around 200,000 miles to let you enjoy exceptional value in the long run.

How much does a Nissan Altima weigh?

The weight of a new Nissan Altima for sale varies. Factors like the trim level, FWD vs. AWD, optional features, and other details will play a part. But overall, a new Nissan Altima has a curb weight between 3,253 and 3,479 pounds.

Specifically, the Altima S FWD has a curb weight of 3,253 pounds, and the Altima SR VC-Turbo FWD has a curb weight of 3,479 pounds. Other trims will fall in between these curb weights.

How do you start the Nissan Altima with a key?

The new Nissan Altima for sale comes standard with remote keyless entry and push-button ignition; unlock your Altima with the key fob, step inside, press down the brake pedal, and push the ignition button to start your engine. In older models, there will typically be a key port on the side of your steering column; insert your key, press the brake pedal, and turn the key. For any engine-starting issues, our Nissan Service center in Jacksonville, NC, has your back.

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“Chelsea gets the 5 stars! She and the DWNissan team went above and beyond to make me comfortable, listened to what I needed, came to me with solutions and I left with a dependable 2022 Altima.” 5 stars, review by Sara Auge


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