2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

The 2009 Nissan Altima offers all the utility expected of a family car, and when it was new, test drivers said the Altima was actually fun to drive. Reviewers also liked its stylish cabin, sporty exterior and sufficient engine power. Add in the 2009 Altima’s strong safety scores and high fuel economy, and the Altima may appeal to a number of used car shoppers. The 2009 Nissan Altima is available in sedan and coupe body styles, but reviewers said both lack rear-seat head- and legroom, especially the coupe. Trunk space is tiny in the coupe, but average in the sedan. Some reviewers thought the interior materials lacked the quality level of some rivals, and the Altima’s manual transmission was universally disliked by test drivers thanks to its rubbery, imprecise shifter. The front-wheel drive Nissan Altima has either a four-cylinder or V6 engine. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available on all sedan and coupe models, while a six-speed manual can be found on the Altima coupe and 2.5 S and 3.5 SE Altima sedan models. Six airbags and anti-lock brakes are standard on the 2009 Altima. Stability control was not available on four-cylinder models, though it could be added to V6 Altimas as an option when it was new. See the full 2009 Nissan Altima specs » Other Cars to Consider The 2009 Ford Fusion is good to cross-shop against the 2009 Nissan Altima because both cars have sporty handling and good driving dynamics. The Altima outshines the Fusion with better fuel economy, but the Fusion has a better safety score. The Fusion’s cabin and trunk are especially spacious, which is good if you are shopping for a used family sedan. The 2009 Honda Accord is available in sedan and coupe body styles, just like the 2009 Altima. The Accord is practical, reliable and safe, which makes it a good used car for families and shoppers who aren’t concerned with sporty driving dynamics or styling. It’s not as fun to drive as the Nissan Altima, but test drivers liked the Accord’s smooth acceleration and strong brakes. Fuel economy in the Altima sedan is better than in the Accord sedan. Compare the Altima to the Fusion and Accord »
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2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

2009 Altima Overview The Nissan Altima line includes sedans and coupes and a gas/electric hybrid.Altima represents a sporty alternative to mid-size stalwarts like the Ford Fusion, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.Noteworthy changes for 2009 start with a substantial upgrade in standard equipment and a wider range of paint color choices.Most models add automatic door locks, and the Altima Coupe adds an 18-inch wheel option with larger tires.For 2009, the coupe has a glossy, painted grille.The Altima sedan launched as a 2007 model.The Altima Coupe and the Hybrid were introduced for the 2008 model year.The Altima is a driver’s car among work-a-day mid-size sedans and coupes.For drivers who appreciate sharp handling, the Altima excels.It connects with its driver and inspires confidence.It’s steady and predictable in fairly extreme situations.Its suspension is firm compared to some competitors, but the Altima’s ride isn’t harsh.The standard four-cylinder engine is one of the strongest in the class, but it still affords good fuel economy.The standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is rated 175 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque (170 and 175, respectively, in California).The upgrade V6, closely related to the engine in Nissan’s 370Z sports car, delivers exciting performance to those who seek it.The 3.5-liter V6 is rated at 270 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.The gas-electric Altima Hybrid sedan boasts an EPA-rated 35 miles per gallon City, extending its range past 600 miles between fill-ups.The Hybrid features a less powerful version of the four-cylinder (158 hp) and Toyota’s proven electric hybrid drive.Its electrically powered air conditioning works even when the engine is stopped.Most Altima models are equipped with a continuously variable transmission, or CVT, which works like an automatic.Nissan has excelled at CVT technology.Most Altima models are available with a six-speed manual transmission.The Altima sedan is comfortable, practical and well suited to growing families.It gives up little rear seat room to the larger Nissan Maxima, with plenty of room in the trunk for stuff.In both sedan and coupe, Altima’s cargo space can be expanded into the cabin, thanks to a standard fold-down, locking rear seatback.The two-door Altima Coupe looks a bit sportier than the sedan, perhaps a bit more stylish, but it sacrifices a substantial amount of rear seat room.We’d say it’s basically a car for two passengers.The Altima line fits a wide range of tastes and budgets.The base sedan comes with the essentials (except a radio), while the line-topping Altima 3.5 SL has features and leather-trimmed ambience that hints at luxury class.The Altima 2.5 S can be optioned with leather, navigation and just about everything offered in the V6-powered cars, with the improved fuel economy of the four-cylinder engine.All variants offer a sporting flair that separates them from the pack, yet Nissan has done a good job in recent years of smoothing some of Altima’s rougher edges.Interior finish and overall smoothness have improved considerably, and are now more competitive with the best in the class.The Altima models get high marks for safety, earning the full five stars in government front- and side-impact crash tests.All are equipped with a …Hide Full Review
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2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

consumers review the Altima Read what real owners think about the Used 2009 Nissan Altima Coupe 4.3 Overall Consumer Review Rating Read 31 Reviews 5 4 3 2 1 Read 31 Reviews Write a review Everyone’s Right..To a Point PettisFettis written on 03-12-2010 I researched this car for two years (and the Accord Coupe) before I got this one. The blindspots, the jerkiness, the “average” stereo, the A/C plug-ins behind doors, the hub caps, the small trunk, all of this stuff is true, but none of it is excessive, or low-grade. So for the price of this vehicle, I’m very impressed with what I got. And the acceleration, handling, fun factor, and sturdiness are unmatched in this price range. Read all the Honda reviews (I’ve owned three accords), and you’ll see that they will let you down too if you’re expecting perfection out of a car under 20K. I can definitely live with any of this vehicle’s shortcomings, kinda like I can deal with my own. Report Abuse Read All Reviews I have loved this car Ruth written on 08-29-2016 Great look, great ride, great great milage!!! Just need to drive the grand babies, not enough back seat Report Abuse Read All Reviews Great purchase swfl written on 11-15-2010 I have owned this car for 15 months and have been extremely please with it. I have not had to take it in for a single issue yet (have just been doing oil changes and rotations). This is a great looking car and the exterior has held up perfectly with no paint issues (live in SW FL so no salt/sand on the roads). My question to those who don’t like the power or CVT: did you even bother to test drive before purchase? This (at least the coupe) has been a get-what-you-see experience. I liked what I saw and 15 months (16,000 miles) of trouble-free and fun driving has been rewarding. If you want fast, buy a Vette. If you like the look of the coupe and the features, this car is a winner. Report Abuse Read All Reviews This is the car that you want lloryap written on 09-09-2008 If you are looking for an outstanding car for the price, comfort, features, power, build quality, style (compare style with Infiniti G (Infiniti is Nissan)), and great fuel economy, then this is the car that you want. Freeway – average 35-40+ mpg, city – average 25-29. Professional, sporty, and not pretentious. Every time I see, get in and drive my car, I know I made the right decision. Report Abuse Read All Reviews Cool as a black cat! David Baker written on 12-28-2015 Dirties & shows nicks & scratches easily though otherwise a slightly above avg car I feel, say 3.5/5. Report Abuse Read All Reviews consumers review the Altima Read what real owners think about the Used 2009 Nissan Altima Coupe 4.3 Overall Consumer Review Rating Read 31 Reviews 5 4 3 2 1 Read 31 Reviews Write a review Home Nissan Altima Used 2009 Nissan Altima Used 2009 Nissan Altima Coupe Used 2009 Nissan Altima Coupe Consumer Reviews
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2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

consumers review the Altima Read what real owners think about the Used 2009 Nissan Altima Coupe 4.3 Overall Consumer Review Rating Read 31 Reviews 5 4 3 2 1 Read 31 Reviews Write a review Everyone’s Right..To a Point PettisFettis written on 03-12-2010 I researched this car for two years (and the Accord Coupe) before I got this one. The blindspots, the jerkiness, the “average” stereo, the A/C plug-ins behind doors, the hub caps, the small trunk, all of this stuff is true, but none of it is excessive, or low-grade. So for the price of this vehicle, I’m very impressed with what I got. And the acceleration, handling, fun factor, and sturdiness are unmatched in this price range. Read all the Honda reviews (I’ve owned three accords), and you’ll see that they will let you down too if you’re expecting perfection out of a car under 20K. I can definitely live with any of this vehicle’s shortcomings, kinda like I can deal with my own. Report Abuse Read All Reviews I have loved this car Ruth written on 08-29-2016 Great look, great ride, great great milage!!! Just need to drive the grand babies, not enough back seat Report Abuse Read All Reviews Great purchase swfl written on 11-15-2010 I have owned this car for 15 months and have been extremely please with it. I have not had to take it in for a single issue yet (have just been doing oil changes and rotations). This is a great looking car and the exterior has held up perfectly with no paint issues (live in SW FL so no salt/sand on the roads). My question to those who don’t like the power or CVT: did you even bother to test drive before purchase? This (at least the coupe) has been a get-what-you-see experience. I liked what I saw and 15 months (16,000 miles) of trouble-free and fun driving has been rewarding. If you want fast, buy a Vette. If you like the look of the coupe and the features, this car is a winner. Report Abuse Read All Reviews This is the car that you want lloryap written on 09-09-2008 If you are looking for an outstanding car for the price, comfort, features, power, build quality, style (compare style with Infiniti G (Infiniti is Nissan)), and great fuel economy, then this is the car that you want. Freeway – average 35-40+ mpg, city – average 25-29. Professional, sporty, and not pretentious. Every time I see, get in and drive my car, I know I made the right decision. Report Abuse Read All Reviews Cool as a black cat! David Baker written on 12-28-2015 Dirties & shows nicks & scratches easily though otherwise a slightly above avg car I feel, say 3.5/5. Report Abuse Read All Reviews

2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe
2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe
2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 S Coupe

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