Used 2013 NissanAltima 2.5 SL Sedan

  • VIN: 1N4AL3APXDN420811
  • Stock: ZJ0851A
    Odometer
    30,703 miles
    Fuel Economy
    27.0/38.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Super Black
    Interior Color
    Beige
    Body
    Sedan
    Transmission
    Variable
    Engine
    2.5L 4
    Nissan Altima

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 18
    • Horsepower: 182

    Dealer Notes

    Black 2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL FWD CVT with Xtronic 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V CVT with Xtronic.

    Home of the low price guarantee. Recent Arrival! Odometer is 67139 miles below market average! 27/38 City/Highway MPG

    Awards:
    * 2013 KBB.com 10 Best Family Cars * 2013 KBB.com 10 Best New Sedans Under $25,000
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    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.2Out of 5
    • Absolutely love my Altima!

      By Huro on Monday, December 11, 2017

      5.0
      I traded in my 2014 Ford Focus in for a 2016 Altima SV back in December of 2016. Bought it brand new with 54 miles on the odometer and it now sits at about 29,200 miles. I absolutely love this vehicle. I had been wanting a bigger vehicle than my Focus for so long, and the Focus had the infamous DCT issues and did not want to deal with it being in the shop more than it was on the road. I have driven nearly 30,000 miles in about a year in this car travelling to Oklahoma, Louisiana, and even Florida(which was 983 miles one way). The gas mileage is amazing. I normally get 31mpg with city and highway miles. On the Florida trip, I got 38mpg and went about 660 miles on ONE TANK!!! My Focus would have been lucky to get 350 miles on a single tank! The 2.5L is an amazing engine linked with the CVT. Strong, continuous accelerations. Takes about 7.7 seconds to go from 0-60mph which is super amazing for its size and it being a 4 cylinder. I also looked for comfort since the seats in the Focus werent all that great and I have sciatic nerve issues. Many people suggested the Altima because of the comfortable seats. I love the safety features like blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and backup camera. Another thing that is really nice is that in most cars with sunroofs, the roof is really low. I am 6ft 2in tall and my head would nearly always touch the roof of some cars with sunroofs so I never wanted a car with a sunroof. After being able to fit in my Altima that has a sunroof, it is amazing. Like I said earlier, the seats are really comfortable. I love the remote start. The seats are also a microfiber type of cloth which makes clean up easy (I am super OCD about the cleanliness of my car). I would highly recommend this car to anyone who wants a stylish, quick, safe, comfortable, and reliable car.
    • CVT is the Sword of Damacles, but otherwise good

      By ki6fzb on Sunday, November 29, 2020

      3.0
      I bought this car in 2016 at 30k miles and sold it 4 1/2 years later at 135k (I say "sold" but what I really mean is totaled in accident... more on that in a bit). During a bout of unemployment, I needed a vehicle to hustle money doing rideshares and other app gigs. For a short term run, the Altima performed beautifully. It's attractive, comfortable with decent trunk space. However, towards the end of my rideshare tenure, I noticed that if I was in too much stop and go traffic, the transmission would get stuck in 1st gear and I'd have to power down to correct it. Consulting the internet, I learned about that poor CVT design. At over 80k miles, Nissan's warranty expired and all I could do was pray. Luckily for me, the CVT issue never exhibited anything worse than that. Early transmission mortality was between 100k and 120 miles I had found and somehow I'd made it to 135k. The only major fix-it was it needed a cracked radiator at 100k miles which is generally par for the course. Annoyingly the power mirrors had quit earlier than that. As previously mentioned, we got into an accident in which a distracted driver rear ended us at around 40 mph when we were at a dead stop. It completely annihilated the trunk and shattered the back glass. Luckily no one was in the back, otherwise they'd be covered with glass. I'm a bit ambivalent on critiquing the safety as the rear section did do a good job absorbing the force but in addition to shattered back glass, the airbags failed to deploy. Minus a star for reliability. Other than fearing the ticking time bomb that was the flawed CVT, it was a very enjoyable car. Turning radius wasn't as tight as I was used to, but had decent power for a 4 cylinder sedan. After ridesharing, I eventually got married and had a baby which the Altima was great for. I'm also never going to get used to not having keyless entry, keyless ignition and a bluetooth ever. So for reliability, I give it 2 stars and the bad CVT accounts for a loss of 2 stars. That's right, if it weren't for that darn CVT, I'd give it 4 stars. Nissan did extend the warranty to compensate for their flawed CVT. Great buy if you only intend to own it before reaching 100k miles. Otherwise either purchase an extended warranty beyond that or buy a Honda.
    • Great all around car

      By Mitch on Friday, November 29, 2019

      5.0
      Handles great, with tons of torque. On wheel shifters, comfortable seats, with easy to see instruments. Everything is exactly where is should be when it comes to controls, gauges, and window visibility .

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