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Nissan prices 2010 Altima hybrid at $26,780

Nissan North America has announced that the 2010 Altima hybrid, which goes on sale October 5th (Monday), will have an MSRP of $26,780. The tweaked, fourth-generation Altima uses a 2.5L four-cylinder electronically-controlled CVT engine and puts out 198 hp. The new Altima hybrid has an estimated EPA rating of 35 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway.

Revamped for 2010 Nissan Altima says hello, gets priced from $19,900

2010 Nissan Altima - Click either image for high-res gallery

LA 2008: Nissan Altima Hot Rod hybrid

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SEMA 2008: Nissan Altima Hot Rod Hybrid

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Nissan knee deep in the electrictrification race

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has held to his belief that hybrids are not the answer to the fuel efficiency question. The Japanese automaker came out with a very capable Altima hybrid last year, but it was Toyota technology purchased to help Nissan look good in the short term. Nissan has been betting most of its R&D dollars on electric vehicles, and the fruit of its engineering labors

Avis adding the Nissan Altima hybrids to their rental fleet

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Nissan ups the price on the Altima Hybrid

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AutoblogGreen Garage: Spend some time with the Nissan Altima Hybrid

AutoblogGreen recently got to spend a week living with Nissan's first hybrid vehicle – the 2007 Altima Hybrid. The Altima uses a parallel hybrid system licensed from Toyota and is currently only available in 10 states. ABG has the full scoop with all the good and not-so-good on the Tennessee-built sedan, along with a gallery of high-res photos and video.

Nissan Altima Hybrid starts at $24,400 for the few who can buy it

The Altima Hybrid is a strange bird, a very strange bird indeed. Nissan signed a deal with Toyota back in 2002 to license its Hybrid Synergy Drive technology for use in the Altima Hybrid, but will be dropping the Toyota bits as soon as an in-house team can develop its own hybrid technology. Meanwhile, the Altima Hybrid will be sold with Toyota technology in only eight states, which include California and seven ot

LA Times' Dan Neil likes the Nissan Altima Hybrid

The Los Angeles Times' Dan Neil recently wrote a review of the new 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid and, well, he pretty much likes it. In many respects it's very much like a new Toyota Camry Hybrid, which is to be expected since Nissan is licensing the battery and control technology for their first hybrid vehicle from Toyota. The Altima loses some trunk space to the battery and e

Plug it in, plug it in: Nissan to sell electric car in 3 years

Japanese newspaper Nihon Keizai Shimbun is reporting that Nissan is developing an all-electric subcompact car that it plans to sell by 2010. The electric car is being developed completely in-house and will use lithium-ion batteries to store its charge, which should last long enough for about 120 miles of travel. AutoblogGreen tells us that the car will have twice the range of the Nissan Hypermini EV (shown above), a small fleet of which were leased to the city of Pasadena, California ba

Nissan to unveil '07 Altima Hybrid one week from today

While the news this week will be dominated by the goings-on in Paris, Nissan is getting ready to make a spash of its own exactly one week from today.

Nissan Altima hybrid will debut at Orange County Auto Show Oct. 4

When Nissan announced the Altima hybrid back in April, it let it be known that the car will only be sold to the eight states that have adopted California's strict emissions standards. So it makes sense that California will soon host the first public unveiling of the Altima hybrid at the Orange County Auto Show in earlly October. More precisely, the Altima hybrid wil