Nissan's Altima Reaches New Heights
The Good: Good power, bargain pricing, nice handling for a practical car
The Bad: Cramped rear seats, pricey with a lot of options, touchy brakes
The Bottom Line: Likely to outshine Nissan’s other sedans for quite some time
Nissan's Altima is a nifty midsize sedan that has managed to grow significantly better with age. With 15 years and four major revisions on the clock, you would think the Altima—the company's biggest seller—might have gotten stuck in a rut. But no, the new-for-2007 Altima is the best implementation yet, a fun-to-drive technological bombshell that doesn't eschew practicality.
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