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Stirring Emotion: 2007 Nissan Altima

Friday, September 2, 2011

Carlos Ghosn is a 51-year-old Brazilian is responsible for reviving the fortunes of Nissan Motors since 1999. It faces a typical American business etiquette, and shook hands with every employee he meets. He passes power breakfast to stay home and eat with his four children. He also believes that it is possible for people to fall in love with a car based on how it looks at first sight. Attractive design is not just a stylistic element, it is a vital component that incites people to get into the car. So it comes as no surprise that the fourth generation 2007 Nissan Altima has a distinctive style, the new transmission of deep vein thrombosis, and comes with a hybrid engine. All this, while boasting a price of $ 17,250 - $ 29,350 makes it a competitor to the Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Toyota Prius, Toyota Camry at startup.

Ideal Carlos Ghosn of Nissan's positioning as a competitor to the BMW works. Minimalist lines are used wisely to give the car an aggressive, meditative flair. In the double folds of the hood emphasize performance engine, triple headlights make the front cluster looks clean and strong, integrated front and rear bumpers simplify the minimalist appeal of the car, and two floors of the tail lights are placed higher on the trunk as a performance car it feel . The ultimate goal is that "sports oriented," 2007 Altima stirs more emotions than its predecessor.

You can forget that 2007 is the Nissan Altima sedan family, once you are inside the car. No matter where you sit, you will be surprised by the supportive, sculpted seats, motorcycle-inspired gauges, chrome accents and a gated shift lever. The dashboard features a sporty three-pod instrument layout and uncluttered center console. (It is important to note, the new Altima 103 cubic meters of space, luggage space is an example of 15.6 cubic feet). There is enough space to transport four adults in full comfort around town. Furthermore, the 2007 Altima has won 5 Star safety ratings for front impact protection. It would be nice if the manufacturer has included side airbags and impact of traction control as standard equipment. We strongly recommend that you add them to further strengthen the position of the Altima in side impacts.

Looking cool when standing motionless, 2007 Altima is powered by a 2.5-liter inline four cylinder with 175 horsepower in the base model. Slightly more expensive 3.5-liter straight six-cylinder engine 250 hp under £ 249 feet of torque. For even greater productivity, SE-R is set to further push the envelope to 260 horsepower at 251 kg / ft of torque. In our tests Altima performed well with excellent handling and acceleration with a 2.5 inline four. New transmission (DVT) is extremely quiet and improves the optimal driving position. The downside is a bit noisy room; Altima lacks superior sound insulation found inside the Toyota Camry in 2007. However, new suspension and wider tires give the car a stiffer ride with more sturdy feel. For buyers seeking a quieter, softer ride consider the Camry. For buyers who desire a more powerful sports car with awesome handling, consider the 2007 Nissan Altima.

When the Altima was first introduced in 1993, it is available in two trims, and comes with a choice of 150 hp engine. Today it is available in six trims and four engines - including hybrids. Under the leadership of former chief of Renault, Carlos Ghosn, "Nissan" was successful, in which "the spirit of driving" back to their cars. 2007 Nissan Altima distinctive style, reputation for reliability, luxurious interior and high driving factor predict future popularity. The new car is significantly improved. By 2008, Nissan wants to move 4.2 million vehicles a year worldwide. 2007 Nissan Altima will be a big part of that equation, because it significantly challenges what we expect from a four-door sedan.

Saurabh Sharma is an avid motoring enthusiast who is inspired by cars, and emerging automotive technology. His fascination with automobiles began during his childhood when his father brought him to the matchbox cars from a trip to Singapore.

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