Drivers may be excited about the details regarding the newly remodeled 2013 Nissan Altima. According to Consumer Reports, the new model offers NissanConnect, which keeps the driver connected by a standard Bluetooth connectivity system for hands-free phone and audio use.
The new vehicles also provide an entirely wireless integrated system that offers Google location search and pandora, making the driving experience more efficient and enjoyable.
Experts say that the new sedan may have been entirely redesigned and reshuffled to compete with the new Honda Accord, Chevrolet Malibu and the new Ford Fusion models.
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Nissan Altima Preview