Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord
Those in the market for a midsize sedan have probably considered both the Nissan Altima and the Honda Accord. There’s a good reason for that. Both are well-built and reliable cars. When it comes time to make a purchase, though, a choice must be made between the two. So, which sedan is the best one? At Nissan of Lawton, we believe the 2016 Nissan Altima is the right choice.
Starting at just $22,500, the 2016 Nissan Altima boasts 27 MPG city and 39 MPG highway! The Honda Accord starts just slightly cheaper at $22,205, but can’t match the Nissan Altima’s highway gas mileage, coming in at just 37 MPG highway. Those miles add up and save you money and time when you drive a Nissan Altima.
When it comes to features, the 2016 Nissan Altima is a clear winner. Both cars come with a base 4-cylinder engine and the option to upgrade to a V-6, but the Nissan Altima comes with ZF Sachs shocks and Active Understeer Control that makes the drive in your new Nissan smoother than ever before. You won’t find this technology in the new Honda Accord. Plus, the Nissan Altima leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to infotainment. Nissan offers a Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System and Advanced Drive-Assist Display, making sure you don’t sacrifice fun for safety!
The Nissan Altima offers more front headroom and legroom than the Honda accord, making your ride more comfortable when you choose Nissan. Your long trips will come with less leg cramps (not to mention, fewer stops at the gas station) than they would in a Honda Accord. Plus, available leather-appointed seats and dual zone climate control add to the luxury and intuitive layout of the Nissan Altima.
It’s no wonder so many drivers are choosing the 2016 Nissan Altima! If you think the 2016 Nissan Altima is the right pick for you, stop in to Nissan of Lawton today or schedule a test drive. We’re excited to show you why the Nissan Altima is a top choice among midsize sedan shoppers.