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THE 2019 NISSAN ALTIMA AWD HAS INSANE LEVELS OF GRIP - THIRD PARTY TESTING PROVES IT


 

New Altima Out-Grips BMW 330i xDrive M Sport, Plus Every Car In Its Class

 

Car And Driver recently tossed the all-new 2019 Nissan Altima around a skidpad and discovered "eye-popping test results."

The all-wheel-drive Altima cornered at 0.93 g.

 

That's quantifiably better than the BMW 330i xDrive that Car And Driver put through its paces, a BMW that was equipped with the M Sport package and wore stickier summer tires. (The Altima was on all-seasons.)

 

Surprised? The all-wheel-drive system that's standard on every new Altima in Canada - and optional in the U.S. - surely deserves a healthy portion of credit.

 

But pulling 0.93 g on a 300-foot circle requires more than tires and all-wheel drive. Suspension geometry, balance, and optimal weight distribution are all critical factors.

 



 

With the 2019 Altima, Nissan nailed all of that. This pays dividends in a laboratory environment like a skidpad, where the Altima proved itself as a class-leading handler among midsize cars, bettering far more costly and far more compromising machines. But it also pays off in the real world, where the Altima's superior grip allows for greater agility. That means the Altima driver can more confidently respond to sudden inputs when, for instance, a fox suddenly runs across the highway in front of your bumper. It means the Altima driver has the underpinnings necessary to jive in and out of traffic when distracted drivers move into your territory.

 

And yes, it also means the Altima's simply more fun to drive. 

 

You can read about Car And Driver's Altima test here, and you can check out the new all-wheel-drive Altima at Centennial Nissan of Charlottetown and Centennial Nissan of Summerside.


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