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2017 Nissan Pathfinder ®

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It’s All About traction

Class-exclusive driver selectable 2WD, 4WD, and Auto Mode
No other SUV[*] in this class gives you the choice of 2WD, 4WD, and Auto Modes. Turn the All-Mode 4×4-i Dial, located just behind the gearshift, to lock into 4WD on rough terrain and in varying weather. Turn it again to switch into 2WD for better mileage. The intuitive Auto Mode senses slippery roads or rough terrain and automatically adjusts power to each wheel. When things smooth out, it switches back to 2WD.

7 Premium Seats.
Yes, 7

Fill it up with seven passengers with up to 4,468 L (158 cu. ft) of interior passenger volume [*]. Drop the 3rd-row and you’ve got up to 1354 L (47 cu. ft.), or drop both the 2nd- and 3rd- rows and you’ve got a virtually flat space with 2260 L (79.8 cu. ft.) of cargo for your seriously big loads. There’s also a large under-floor storage area that keeps valuables out of sight. It’s easily accessed whether the 3rd-row is folded or upright, giving added cargo room even when you have seven passengers along for the ride.

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All-season Rubber Floor Mats

  • Heavy-duty all-season rubber floor mats guard against grime and trap dirt, mud and water.

Cargo Area Protector

  • Don’t let wear and tear get the best of your Nissan. Heavy-duty material helps protect from daily abuse. Raised edge contains small spills and dirt to help protect the cargo area.

Roof Rack Crossbar Kit

  • Increase your utility options when you get Roof Rail Crossbars. Steel bars integrate into existing roof rails. Crossbars give you the ability to carry roof rail attachments.

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Nissan Altima Reviews – Nissan Altima Price, Photos, and Specs – Car


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Nissan Altima

Nissan Altima

Swimming against the crossover tide.

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No doubt about it—if you think the roads and parking lots are filling up with tall, view-blocking crossovers and SUVs, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. The four-door mid-size sedan, once the dominant form of family transport, has lost favor. Call it a sedan recession.

Nissan wants no part of that for its fifth-generation Altima —even if the sales surge of its own Murano. Pathfinder. and Rogue crossover SUVs is contributing to the sedan slide. The Altima is still the bestselling product in Nissan’s lineup, and so far this year, it’s just ahead of the Honda Accord for second-place sales honors in that segment (the Toyota Camry remains number one).

Energetic Flow

The fifth-gen Altima was all-new in 2013. so this update leaves the sedan’s bones largely untouched. The big change is the move to “Energetic Flow” styling, which consists of a more muscular front fascia, Nissan’s “V-motion” grille (which looks like a grille overhanging another grille), and boomerang-shaped headlights and taillights.

The likely theory being that if crossovers are selling like hotcakes, then adding some Murano visuals to the Altima should spur sales of the sedan. It doesn’t stop there: Energetic Flow design is now found on the newly excited surfaces of the smaller and soberer Sentra and on the more expressive and expansive Maxima.

In the cabin, the 2016 Altima’s refresh centers on expanding available technology, as well as hushing unwanted noise with added sound insulation and an acoustic laminated windshield. The Altima’s already pleasing interior gets a Murano-inspired center stack and console, but otherwise the materials, textures, and colors from the previous model continue. Particularly welcome are the Altima’s well-padded door armrests and form-fitting “zero gravity” front buckets—cloth-covered in our SV test car—that seem to comfortably accommodate a wide spectrum of posteriors.

Rear passengers don’t get the form fitting “Zero Gravity” seats, but ingress and egress into the Altima’s aft quarters is easy at least. Rear-seat headroom and legroom, while not as generous as that in the Volkswagen Passat. are mid-size-sedan appropriate. Six-footers can ride in back without asking the front-seat occupants to scoot their chairs forward. Fold-down rear seatbacks add cargo space for long items, expanding the 15-cubic-foot trunk, which otherwise is average for the segment.

All but the base Altima come with a 5.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment. The system has handy knobs for volume and tuning flanking the screen, plus a few virtual buttons on the display and hard buttons alongside. Even better is the 7.0-inch unit that was in our test car—it comes with the navigation package, which is a $580 option on the mid-level SV and range-topping SL. The larger screen gives easier access to all of the mobile apps available in the NissanConnect system. For those buyers who want the latest in connected tech, the lack of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is a glaring omission, although Apple users can access their phone’s voice recognition through the vehicle, a function called Siri Eyes Free. Still, with a market bursting with 8.0-, 9.0-, and even 12.0-inch screens, the Altima’s seem small.

Last year’s port-injected, 2.5-liter four-cylinder returns with only minor changes, none affecting its performance. New engine mounts and a larger muffler help minimize engine drone, yet despite great-looking standard dual exhausts on all models, there’s no music coming out of them to quicken the pulse. In our testing, the 182-hp 2.5-liter’s 8.2-second zero-to-60-mph dash came up a bit short compared with the Chevrolet Malibu 1.5 LT (8.0), the Honda Accord Sport (7.6), the Mazda 6 i Touring (7.3), and the Toyota Camry SE (8.0). The 2.5’s mission is fuel economy, which improved to an EPA-estimated 27 mpg city and 39 mpg highway for 2016 thanks in part to aerodynamic tweaks and standard grille shutters. For more performance, Nissan still offers the 270-hp 3.5-liter V-6. Over two weeks of being subjected to our admittedly lead-footed editorial-staff evaluation, we averaged 26 mpg.

Xtronically Yours

The Altima’s continuously variable automatic transmission, a key component to the car’s fuel-economy strategy, isn’t the complete downer these slushboxes once were. Nissan got into the CVT game early, and the Altima’s Xtronic CVT employs the third generation of its D-step Shift Logic, which under most circumstances simulates the gearchanges that happen in a traditional automatic transmission (up to seven “ratios”). There are brief moments when there seems to be little correlation between engine speed and throttle position, but much less droning is experienced than with CVTs of yore. Mostly, engine revs are exactly where they need to be to develop the power for any given road load and/or driving situation, with little or no delay. Drop the hammer from rest at a stoplight and the engine builds revs fairly naturally—it doesn’t just go roaring to redline and stay there until you lift. You’ll have to opt for the sportier Altima SR if you want shift paddles to manually row through the simulated gears.

Overall, the Altima is quiet with little or no mechanical sounds or road or wind noise disturbing the peace. Its 36 decibels at idle is especially quiet for the class. But things get a tad grainy when cruising with light throttle around 50 mph as the engine drops to 1200 rpm under light load.

Inside Track

The 2016 refresh also includes new dampers and rear springs, which provide a pleasing-enough ride quality. Body motions are reasonably well controlled, and the Altima’s electrically assisted power steering is nicely weighted. Nissan has retuned the steering this year for quicker response. Despite relatively smallish 215/55R-17 tires on our SV test car, turn-in was crisp, aided in part by the standard pseudo torque-vectoring system that pulses the brake on the inside front wheel in corners to improve steering response. The Altima tracks true on-center with little need for constant corrections, although there could be a better sense of the steering weighting up in corners.

Skidpad grip with the SV’s fuel-economy-optimized tires was a middling 0.81 g—down from the last Altima 2.5 we tested in 2013. The brakes inspired confidence with crisp top-of-the-pedal response, although the 192-foot stopping distance we measured from 70 mph (with some fade) is worse than the performance of its rivals.

Safe Bet

Within the Altima lineup, think of the SV we tested as the sensible-shoes choice. It comes standard with most of the equipment buyers seem to want, such as aluminum wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power driver’s seat with power lumbar adjustment, a touchscreen audio system with SiriusXM satellite radio, a backup camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, and remote engine start. It also includes rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring, advanced safety features that cost extra or are not even available in some competing mid-size sedans. All the better to spot those increasing numbers of crossovers and SUVs, closing in fast.

Highs and Lows

Highs:

Quiet, upscale-looking interior; better-than-average fuel economy; new safety tech; decent value; it s not a crossover.

Lows:

Mid-pack performance, handling, and roominess; no Android Auto or Apple CarPlay; small touchscreen.

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Specifications

VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

PRICE AS TESTED: $28,395 (base price: $26,295)

ENGINE TYPE: DOHC 16-valve inline-4, aluminum block and head, port fuel injection

TRANSMISSION: continuously variable automatic

DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 109.3 in
Length: 191.9 in
Width: 72.0 in Height: 57.8 in
Passenger volume: 101 cu ft
Cargo volume: 15 cu ft
Curb weight: 3272 lb

FUEL ECONOMY (C/D EST):
EPA city/highway driving: 27/39 mpg
C/D observed: 26 mpg
*Stability-control-inhibited

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Nissan GTR R35 (2014-2015) – фото, цена, характеристики Ниссан ГТР 35 (2012-2013)


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Обновленный суперкар Nissan GTR 2015

Таким образом, мощность движка на Nissan GTR R35 2012 модельного года выросла с 530 до 550 л.с. (хотя ранее обещали до 570 сил), а пиковый крутящий момент составляет 627 Нм и доступен в диапазоне от 3 200 до 5 800 об/мин. С места до сотни купе разгоняется за 2,8 секунды, а его максимальная скорость достигает 315 км/ч.

Кроме того, обновленный Ниссан ГТР 35 получил модернизированную трансмиссию и шасси, усиленную конструкцию моторного отсека, а в дифференциал отныне заливается гоночное масло. Также впервые у автомобиля будут ассиметричные настройки подвески, в зависимости от расположения руля.

Стоит отметить появление на всех версиях суперкара камеры заднего вида, а покупатели версий Premium Edition и EGOIST смогут за доплату заказать установку мощных карбон-керамических тормозов.

Обновленный Nissan GTR 2013

В ноябре 2012 года на автосалоне в Лос-Анджелесе японский автопроизводитель представил модернизированную версию суперкара GTR 2013 модельного года, который получил ряд технических усовершенствований.

Под капотом автомобиля остался тот же 550-сильный (627 Нм) мотор V6 рабочим объемом 3,8 литра, но отныне его оснастили новыми топливными форсунками, доработанным клапаном сброса давления наддува и специальной перегородкой в масляном поддоне.

Кроме того, обновленный Ниссан ГТР R35 2013 получил модернизированную подвеску с перенастроенными амортизаторами и передним стабилизатором поперечной устойчивости, а жесткость кузова купе была увеличена за счет установки усилителей под панелью приборов и у моторного щита.

И хотя мощность движка модели осталась прежней, модернизированный GTR скинул 0,1 секунды в разгоне с нуля до сотни теперь на это упражнение автомобиль тратит 2,7 сек, а время круга по Северной петле Нюрбургринга сократилось до 7 минут и 18,6 с.

Продажи новинки в России стартовали в первой половине 2013 г. Цена нового Ниссан GTR 2016 начинается от 6 050 000 рублей за версию Premium Edition, а за модификацию Black Edition просят 6 150 000 руб. В топовом исполнении стоимость модели составляет 6 250 000 р.

Обновленный Nissan GT-R 2014

Японский производитель продолжает совершенствовать Nissan GT-R (R35) его очередная обновленная модификация дебютировала на Токийском автосалоне 2013 в ноябре. Там же представили и заряженный 600-сильный вариант модели от ателье Nismo .

Итак, Ниссан ГТР 2014 модельного года обзавелся светодиодной адаптивной головной оптикой, светодиодными же задними фонарями, опциональным карбоновым задним антикрылом, которое крепится на крышку багажника из углеволокна (такая весит ровно вполовину меньше стандартной) и новым вариантом окраски кузова Gold Flake Red Pearl.

Двигатель автомобиля на этот раз трогать не стали, но модернизации подвергись подвеска, тормоза и рулевое управление. Инженеры перенастроили работу амортизаторов и доработали стабилизатор поперечной устойчивости, что позволило снизить уровень шумов и вибраций. Также суперкар переобули в новые покрышки Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT 600 DSST СТT размерностью 255/40R20 спереди и 285/35R20 сзади.

Для оформления интерьера Nissan GTR 2014 предлагается три варианта цветовых схем, включая одну новую под слоновую кость. Рулевое колесо получило кожаную отделку. Продажи новинки в Японии стартовали 2 декабря, а до России первые живые машины добрались только в апреле 2014-го, а заказы стартовали с 13 марта. Цены не изменились.





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Nissan Altima mpg climbs to 31 combined, just under old hybrid version

Looks like Nissan had a pretty good reason to discontinue the Altima Hybrid last year. The Japanese automaker released EPA figures for its gas-only 2013 Altima and from the fuel economy figures, it’s hard to tell the difference.

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As we prepare to flip our calendars from 2011 to 2012, it’s time to say goodbye to a handful of vehicles that are being sent to the Great Parking Lot In The Sky before the 2012 model year completely takes hold. And while we’re not exactly upset about having to bid farewell to things like the Mitsubishi Endeavor, Mazda Tribute or Chevrolet HHR, there are a few vehicles that we’re truly going to miss.

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