4x4 2019 Nissan Altima
The new 2019 Nissan Altima is now available with all-wheel drive. Best of all, this all-wheel drive is standard on the new Altima. Click to learn more!
Yes, you read that right, the new 2019 Nissan Altima is now available with all-wheel drive. Best of all, this all-wheel drive is standard on the new Altima, making it one of only two mid-size sedans to offer the added stability of a four-wheel drive system.
This feature to itself would be enough to propel the Nissan Altima to the top of the most interesting models list in its segment, and one of the best buys at the moment on the market.
After all, AWD offers several benefits. Stability goes up a notch when the road is wet or snowy, it's much easier to climb a slippery slope in winter and you'll never have to worry about getting stuck in a snow bank.
Several other improvements in the 2019 Nissan Altima
The addition of all-wheel drive is certainly one of the most impressive new features of the redesigned Altima, but it's far from the only one. The new Altima also features the ProPilot Assist safety system.
This technology aims to provide greater peace of mind to the driver by preventing lane departures and by monitoring the surroundings in order to intervene in case of danger.
The new Altima can take control of the steering to keep you on track and adjust the speed automatically according to the traffic ahead. ProPilot Assist can even brake if necessary to prevent an accident.
Under the hood, the 2019 Nissan Altima comes standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, 80% of which has been redesigned or replaced. With 182 horsepower under your right foot, you'll never need more power.
"To develop the new 2.5L engine, we started by reviewing the basic features one by one, like the design of the combustion chamber. In the end, we get a better performance and a lower fuel consumption significantly better than the previous engine - in addition to a NVH (noise, vibration and roughness) improved and greater flexibility in the design of the front ", José Muñoz, Director of Performance at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. said.
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