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2015 Nissan Altima gets pricing plus a lot of extras

Nissan has added a lot of updated standard equipment to the next model year Altima, which has become the carmaker's top-selling model. And for good reason.


Nissan has released pricing for the 2015 Altima, which has just entered Nissan dealerships nationally. The new Altima, now in its second year since its total redesign in 2013, still features Zero Gravity seating and many other great standard features that have put it ahead of the pack to become Nissan's best-selling vehicle in the U.S.

Added to those previous standards are updates and new standard equipment for the 2015 model year of the Altima. The 2015 Altima will be offered in seven model packages from the base 2.5 to the premium 3.5 SL. Most of the additions are being added to the best-selling SV and SL packages for the car.

The 2.5-liter dual overhead cam (DOHC) four-cylinder engine produces 182-horsepower through an Xtronic transmission (CVT). Base price for the 2.5 is $22,300 plus destination with the 2.5 S adding on just $260 to that price tag. The 2.5 SV has an MSRP of $24,720 and the 2.5 SL has an MSRP of $28,150 plus destination.

The SV models in both the 2.5 and 3.5 line have an 8-way power driver's seat, 2-way power lumbar support, black carpeting in the beige interior, and lower seat-side trim. The 2.5 SV has standard fog lights and both models with the Remote Engine Start System now include Intelligent Climate Control as well.

The 3.5-liter V6 engine model produces 270 horsepower through its Xtronic CVT. In the 3.5 engine series, the 2015 Altima starts at $26,450 plus destination in the 3.5 S, goes to $29,830 in the 3.5 SV, and to $31,950 for the 3.5 SL, plus destination.

Standard equipment in all 2015 Nissan Altima models includes Zero Gravity front seating, Bluetooth hands-free and streaming audio, an Advanced Drive-Assist Display, and more. Several safety features, giving this car a top safety rating, include Easy Fill Tire Alert while next-generation safety options such as Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and Moving Object Detection are also options.