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2014 Nissan Altima Recognized by

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2014 Nissan Altima

Nissan’s top-selling vehicle just got a major confidence boost as named the 2014 Nissan Altima a “Top Rated Vehicle” following their road and test-track evaluation. This honor goes only to vehicles earning an “A,” the equivalent to an “Excellent” rating.

The team evaluates about 200 vehicles each year on their standardized test track, each vehicle tested in controlled conditions and ranked against rival vehicles in its price and size class. Following this year’s assessment, the Altima preformed best in its class, earning the title “Top Rated Vehicle.”

“A number of enhancements, such as the addition of Mobile Apps to the NissanConnectSM connected car services and enhanced noise isolation, position the 2014 Altima to compete well among the best midsize sedans on the market. Year-over-year sales gains in February and March, coupled with awards like this top rating from, show why consumers continue to pick Altima when in the market for a new car,” said Dan Mohnke, vice president, Nissan Chief Marketing Manager & Marketing Operations in a recent news release.

The 2014 Nissan Altima is not just Nissan’s pride and joy, but also one of the best-selling sedans in the U.S., and with its driver-focused technology and premium exterior and interior design, it’s no wonder why.

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  • In late 2012, I bought a used 2010 Altima 2.5S with rather high mileage (for a 2 year old car) from Hertz Car Sales. It’s quiet, comfortable, reasonably economical, and so far- totally reliable. My only complaint is the over-assisted power steering which reminds me of the Detroit land-yachts of the 70s. It definitely distracts from any sporty tendencies the car might otherwise have.