New-Generation Nissan Altima Earns Spot in the Finals of the 2019 Green Car of the Year Race
The 2019 Nissan Altima has secured a coveted finalist spot in the Green Car Journal’s race to determine the 2019 Green Car of the Year®. To be considered a contender for the eco-friendly title, vehicles must deliver impressive environmentally-friendly performance that most drivers can attain.
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“Finalists for the 2019 Green Car of the Year® illustrate that ‘green’ comes in many forms, with efficient internal combustion and hybrid vehicles taking center stage,” said Ron Cogan, editor and publisher of Green Car Journal and GreenCarJournal.com. “Gasoline models continue to achieve notable levels of efficiency and lower carbon emissions.”
The 2019 Nissan Altima was singled out by the experts at Green Car Journal for its innovative ProPILOT Assist technology and “aggressive stance.” The pub’s experts were also impressed with the power source in the new-generation Altima, a 2.0-liter Variable Compression Turbo (VC-Turbo™) four-cylinder engine that provides increased fuel efficiency.
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The 2019 Altima is available at eight trim levels: S, SR, SR VC-Turbo™, SV, SL, Platinum, Platinum VC-Turbo™, and Edition ONE VC-Turbo™. The S, SR, SV, SL, and Platinum trims are available with front-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. The SR VC-Turbo™, Platinum VC-Turbo™, and Edition ONE VC-Turbo™ trims are only available in FWD.
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The winner of the 2019 Green Car Award will be announced at the AutoMobility LA on Nov. 29.
“As the nation’s number one green vehicle market, we are excited to once again host the Green Car Awards at AutoMobility LA this year,” said Terri Toennies, executive vice president and general manager of AutoMobility LA and the LA Auto Show. “With the industry quickly evolving into a greener space, our show continues to be a platform where automakers introduce new alt-fuel vehicles and are recognized for their environmentally-friendly achievements.”
News Source: PR Newswire