Nissan Announces Pricing for the 2015 Altima
What can we tell you about pricing for the 2015 Altima when compared to the previous model year? Expect a marginal price jump pretty much all around to accommodate a handful of new features and, in the case of the line-topping 3.5 SV and SL, a pretty considerable price hike for the addition of NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps, Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Moving Object Detection (MOD), and Lane Departure Warning (LDW).
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The base model—equipped with a 182-horsepower-generating 2.5-liter DOHC inline-four—starts at $22,300, which is a $130 price increase from the 2014 model.
The best deal, arguably, is the Altima 2.5 S, which costs a mere $260 more than the base model and is $130 cheaper than the starting price of the 2014 model.
The Altima 2.5 SV starts at $24,720 (up $380) with new standard fog lights, and the Altima 2.5 SL starts at $28,150 (up $230). Both models feature Intelligent Climate Control and Remote Engine Start.
The base model featuring the 3.5-liter V6 and its 270 horsepower starts at $26,450 (up $130) and boasting a 1 mpg highway and combined fuel economy increase over the previous model.
The 3.5 SV, which offers 8-way power driver’s seat and 2-way power lumbar support, will see the biggest price jump with its $29,830 starting price—up $1,310 from the 2014 model.
The 3.5 SL will increase by $1,130 to $31,950 and feature leather-appointed seating and Bose® Premium Sound System with nine speakers.
All 2015 Altima models offer NASA-inspired Zero Gravity front seats, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System, Streaming Audio via Bluetooth® and an Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display. Also new for the 2015 model is black carpeting and lower seat side trim for Beige interior-equipped models, which is a pretty brilliant thing that we’re a little shocked nobody has made standard yet.