Comparing the Nissan Altima Against the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry in Inwood, NY

The sedan market has plenty of options for Queens drivers to choose from, but few that offer the traits that stand out in a crowded segment. The Nissan Altima is one such mid-size sedan, so we thought it a good idea to detail how the Altima sets itself apart from such rivals as the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry.


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Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord


It's hard to compare the exterior style of these models, as each unique driver has their preferences, but it's the interior design of the Nissan Altima that makes rides more enjoyable for drivers. The first row of seats has more leg and head room than the Honda Accord houses, so you can drive for longer without feeling cramped while features like the Intelligent Climate Control system help you deal with all types of weather.


Lots of Valley Stream drivers view sedans as a somewhat boring class of cars, but the Nissan Altima is here to change that with its available V6 engine that delivers more horsepower than the Honda Accord packs in any of its engines, so Elmont drivers are sure to find that the Nissan Altima is anything but boring.


In both models, there are features that Queens drivers are sure to enjoy, and quite a few of those features are shared among the two, like available Apple CarPlay™, Android™ Auto, and standard automatic emergency braking, but again, it's the small differences that make the Nissan Altima the better option of the two. For instance, from the examples above, the Intelligent Forward Collision Warning feature of the Nissan Altima looks beyond just the car in front of you to see if you may need to suddenly apply the brakes, which the same system in the Honda Accord does not do.

These are just some of the ways in which the Nissan Altima separates itself from the pack, so if want to learn more about it and take it for a spin, come by our dealership in Inwood today!

Nissan Altima vs. Toyota Camry


The Altima has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price of $23,360, which is lower than the Camry's beginning price. Factor in the many extra features that are included with the base Altima, as well as the fact that the Altima boasts the longer roadside assistance plan, and it's quickly evident that the Altima is the better value of the two for Elmont drivers.


While both introductory models include the standard features you'd expect, the Altima comes with many that you won't find in the Camry. These include a proximity key, push-button start, cargo tie downs, a second 12V DC power outlet, 60/40-split folding rear seats, a rear armrest, a radio data system, and a tire-specific low tire pressure warning system.


Exterior designs are a matter of personal taste, we've come to learn. However, when you consider the interior design of each sedan, the Altima offers some advantages for Nassau County drivers. With more total passenger volume and an edge in front headroom, front legroom, and rear shoulder room, the Altima feels like a much more expansive car from the inside. The Altima also has more trunk space than the Camry, allowing more backpacks and gear to go in the trunk -- and freeing up even more interior room.

The Altima is narrower and shorter than the Camry, making it an ideal vehicle to squeeze into and out of tight Brooklyn parking spaces. However, the Altima also sits a little higher to provide you with a more commanding view when you're on the Belt Parkway in Valley Stream.

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