2020 Nissan Altima
The Nissan Altima was totally revamped for 2019 and rolls into 2020 with a couple of changes, consisting of a little greater rates and broadened accessibility of its active security technology. Nissan stated the 2020 Altima is coming to dealerships now.
2020 Nissan Altima Engine
The Altima continues to set itself apart amongst traditional mid-size sedans– a classification losing ground to SUVs– as the only one offering optional all-wheel drive. It likewise provides the very first production engine with variable compression– a 248-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, as an upgrade to the base 188-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder– though the more effective engine is offered just with front-wheel drive. Both utilize a continually variable automated transmission.
2020 Nissan Altima Features
New for 2020 is accessibility on all Altimas of the innovative plan of security and driver-assistance technology that Nissan calls Safety Shield 360. It consists of the ProPilot Assist system that integrates lane-centering guiding with adaptive cruise control that works to a stop to enable semi-autonomous driving within a lane on highways. It likewise consists of automated front braking with pedestrian detection, a forward accident caution that keeps an eye on the cars ahead of the car in front of you, rear automated braking, rear parking sensing units, lane keep help, automated high beams, motorist attention alert, a 360-degree video camera system and a blind area caution with rear cross-traffic alert.
All 2019 Altimas currently have a basic front accident system with automated braking, however the complete 360 system was previously just on the midrange SV trim level and above. It now will be basic for 2020 on the second-level SR– the sportier Altima– and will be an optional bundle on the base S trim level.
Aside from the security equipment, 2020 changes are restricted to more piano-black interior trim on the SV, SL and leading Platinum trim levels, and a new mirror memory for the Platinum grade.
2020 Nissan Altima Price
Rates for the 2020 base S trim level begins at $24,995, a boost of $100 (all rates consist of an $895 location charge, the same from 2019). All-wheel drive is used on all trim levels with the 2.5-liter engine for an extra $1,350.
Going up, the 2020 SR trim level begins at $26,595, a boost of $350 over the outbound model however consisting of the updated security technology. And an exception to the rate boosts is the midrange SV model, which begins $300 lower at $28,775.
The greater SL trim level begins at $31,135– $150 more– and the high-grade Platinum begins at $33,075, likewise up $150. Altimas with the variable-compression turbocharged 2.0-liter, just with front-wheel drive, begin at $30,645 for the SR VC-Turbo (a boost of $350) and $36,075 for the Platinum VC-Turbo (up $150).