Nissan on Thursday revealed an up to date Altima that is due at dealerships this fall as a 2023 mannequin.
The up to date sedan advantages from a sharper look, highlighted by the revised entrance fascia, in addition to customary LED headlights, new wheel patterns, and the extra colours Grey Sky Pearl and Garnett Pearl Metallic. The SR grade additionally receives a novel grille with a darkish end that helps separate it from different grades.
Larger modifications function inside the place the middle stack now incorporates a 12.3-inch infotainment display screen (beforehand 8.0 inches) and a extra fashionable design for a few of the controls. A 7.0-inch display screen will probably be accessible for the instrument cluster. Android Auto, wi-fi Apple CarPlay, a wi-fi charging pad for cellular units, and a WiFi hotspot will even be on provide.
No change has been made within the powertrain division. The 2023 Altima will provide the selection of a 188-hp 2.5-liter inline-4 or a 248-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4. The only real transmission is a constantly variable unit, however patrons will be capable to select between front- or all-wheel drive.
The 2023 Altima will probably be accessible in eight grades and customary throughout the vary is Nissan’s Security Protect 360 suite of digital driver aids which incorporates issues like computerized emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and blind spot and rear cross visitors monitoring. Increased grades additionally get visitors signal recognition and a surround-view digicam. Nissan’s ProPilot driver-assist function designed to manage a car in a single lane will even be on provide.
Pricing info for the 2023 Altima will probably be introduced nearer to the market launch.
Annual Altima gross sales within the U.S. had been greater than 250,000 items as not too long ago as 2017, although final yr the determine got here in at simply over 100,000 items. The Altima was final redesigned for 2019 and this replace is not prone to change the gross sales pattern given the continued shopper shift towards SUVs and pickup vehicles.