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Every version of Nissan Canada's all-new, totally redesigned 2019 Nissan Altima will include all-wheel drive, a major coup for the Altima in a segment full of models that are losing sales to all-wheel-drive crossovers.


Longer, lower, and wider than the outgoing Altima, the newest Nissan sedan hits classic four-door design elements that provide the aggressive stance car buyers are looking for. Together with a lower dashboard and decreased hood height, visibility improves. Pair that improved visibility with standard advanced safety features such as intelligent emergency braking, forward collision warning, intelligent driver alertness, and rear door alert and it becomes clear that the Altima is a people-focused sedan. 


Moreover, Nissan's Safety Shield 360 is standard on the mid-grade SV and top-spec Platinum variants. Safety Shield 360 includes intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear intelligent automatic braking, lane departure warning, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, and high beam assist. ProPILOT Assist, with  is also standard on the 2019 Altima SV and Altima Platinum - "ProPILOT Assist combines Steering Assist and Intelligent Cruise Control for use in both heavy and flowing traffic situations," Nissan says.


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As for the all-wheel-drive system, the 2019 Altima's all-season traction is linked to a new 182-horsepower, 2.5-liter engine (that's cleaner, quieter, and more efficient than in past Altimas) and a retuned continuously variable automatic that's smoother and more suited to the 2.5's character. 


The Altima's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive can send full power to the front wheels, when conditions permit, for optimal fuel efficiency, but there can also be a 50/50 distribution, not just for traction in snowy conditions but also for increased handling and superior grip.


Inside, the Altima's longer wheelbase pays dividends in space throughout the cabin: there's more leg, head, and shoulder room for front passengers and roomier rear quarters, as well. 


The 2019 Altima range kicks off with the Altima S and its $27,998 MSRP. The Altima SV's MSRP is $31,498. Topping the range is the Altima Platinum, with an MSRP of $34,998. There is a limited run of 250 models called the Edition One, priced $1,000 higher than the Altima Platinum. The Edition One includes unique 19-inch wheels, a rear spoiler, and illuminated kick plates. 


The 2019 Nissan Altima is launching now at Centennial Nissan in Summerside and Charlottetown.

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