Nissan Announces Australian Prices for the All-New Altima

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MELBOURNE – Oct 16, 2013: Nissan today released local pricing and initial product information for its highly anticipated all-new Nissan Altima range.

The Altima is an all-new mid-sized sedan offering premium and emotional design, a dynamic interior that assures a premium driving feel in the segment and next-generation technology with the all-new NissanConnect.

This all-new sedan is scheduled for local release in November 2013 and will go on sale with a starting price of $29,990* (MSRP; Altima ST) (estimated drive-away price $33,513).

“The all-new Nissan Altima is an outstanding next-generation sedan,” said Peter Jones, Managing Director and CEO at Nissan Australia. “With contemporary styling and intelligent technology, this exciting new model offers comfortable but dynamic driving for all Australians.”

The all-new Altima is stylish and clever, with responsive handling and steering that gives a secure but fun feel. For the ST-L, Ti and Ti-S, the all-new NissanConnect system offers next-generation technology, providing the ability to control life seamlessly using inbuilt applications connected with your Smartphone. The NissanConnect system offers the ability to hear and read Facebook status updates, to connect with friends and nearby restaurants or attractions using Online Search with Google and to listen to music online using Pandora.

The Nissan Altima is among the latest all-new products in Nissan Australia’s continued series of new-model introductions. The leading car maker will launch two other innovative and exciting new vehicles, the all-new JUKE urban crossover and the exciting next-generation Nissan Pathfinder, set to arrive this month.

The Nissan Altima features premium comfort seats inspired by zero-gravity research to increase blood flow, decrease muscular load and lower fatigue. The Nissan Altima Ti and Ti-S offer Nissan’s suite of safety features including; Around View Monitor, Blind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection and Lane Departure Warning.

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