2004 Nissan Altima

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$16,850 - $23,200
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Engine Engine 2.5LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 29 Hwy
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2004 Altima Overview

The Nissan Altima boasts a bigger interior than the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and most other mid-size sedans.It's quicker, too.

The Altima offers everything buyers want in a reasonably priced sedan, particularly those who don't always travel alone.It's roomy, comfortable, and functional.It has comfortable rear seating and a big trunk.Bold styling sets it apart.

With its powerful, 245-horsepower V6, the Nissan Altima 3.5 SE is one of the hottest cars in its class.It delivers stunning acceleration.Punch it in any gear and it takes off, with nimble handling and brakes to match all the thrust.For 2004, the Altima's standard four-cylinder engine has been certified to meet the stringent new PZEV emissions standard in California and several Northeast States.

Redesigned two years ago, the current Altima is much larger than the previous-generation model.Its combination of looks, room and performance earned it the 2002 North American Car of the Year award and it quickly became Nissan's best selling vehicle.
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2004 Altima Overview

The Nissan Altima boasts a bigger interior than the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and most other mid-size sedans.It's quicker, too.

The Altima offers everything buyers want in a reasonably priced sedan, particularly those who don't always travel alone.It's roomy, comfortable, and functional.It has comfortable rear seating and a big trunk.Bold styling sets it apart.

With its powerful, 245-horsepower V6, the Nissan Altima 3.5 SE is one of the hottest cars in its class.It delivers stunning acceleration.Punch it in any gear and it takes off, with nimble handling and brakes to match all the thrust.For 2004, the Altima's standard four-cylinder engine has been certified to meet the stringent new PZEV emissions standard in California and several Northeast States.

Redesigned two years ago, the current Altima is much larger than the previous-generation model.Its combination of looks, room and performance earned it the 2002 North American Car of the Year award and it quickly became Nissan's best selling vehicle.Hide Full Review