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About Used Altima's in Utah

The typical used Nissan Altima has a fuel range of 31 mpg on the highway, and 23 mpg in the city. It was first introduced in 1993, and this used car’s strength has been its slightly smaller size, lower price, and more nimble handling than the mid-range, mid-size competitors. The Altima, however, is faster, roomier, and more sophisticated than a vehicle in the compact class. The used Altima actually offers a vehicle with a perfect balance in between. For 2001, Nissan took a new focus in to making Altima an even better value, with a new Limited Edition option package added to the Altima GXE. The Altima features long, sleek look, with a unique front-end styling for the sporty SE. Headlight clusters include integral turn signals and cornering lamps, even the fog lamps on SE and GLE. In the rear, bright red taillights and a rear deck lid finisher contribute to a wide and elegant theme. There are four models that may be found when searching for a used car, and they are all powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. The basic XE is affordable, but you will likely have to pay more for the air conditioning package that also includes a 100-watt CD stereo and cruise control. The GXE adds luxury touches including a folding rear seatback, a lifting adjustment for the driver's seat, cloth trim for the inner door panels, and fancier wheel covers. To get air conditioning, you would need to find an Altima with the``value option package''. This includes larger tires, CD stereo, cruise control, power locks, remote entry, lighted vanity mirrors, variable wipers, and an overhead console with map lights and sunglasses holder. The new-for-2001 GXE Limited Edition package includes all of the above plus a power driver's seat, remote keyless entry with vehicle security system, floor mats, and special LE badging. The front seats are large and comfortable. They are well bolstered to hold you in place while driving quickly and offer enough lumbar support that your back will thank you. In all models but the XE you will find optional side airbags, they came standard on the high-line GLE. The gauges on this used car are are large, easy to read, and look like sports car dials. A new for 2001 center console adds more bins, as well as extra cupholders for rear passengers and a plug for their cell phones. Although, the bins could stand to be a bit bigger. The base XE gets firmer anti-roll bars front and rear -- a rare feature for any used entry-level sedan. The SE gets the sportiest pieces, including the stiffest springs, stiffest shocks and thickest anti-roll bars. The SE's tires ride a bit harsher than the GLE's, but promise more grip. Both the SE and GLE get new blow-off-valve shock technology, which softens big bumps; they also get an upper front strut brace. Displacing 2.4-liters, Altima's engine is large for a four-cylinder. It puts out adequate torque at lower revs, but fails to make the nearly 3000-pound Altima a speed machine, especially when attached to the automatic transmission. The overall gearing of both the five-speed manual and the four-speed automatic were altered in 2000 for better acceleration. The five-speed transmission feels tight and direct, all good for fans of manual-transmission cars. Overall, the used Altima is a sweet package, it is a high-quality sedan that’s perfect those looking for something trim and maneuverable.