Nissan announced in 2023 Altima in June. Now, the family sedan has reached authorized dealer, it’s time to set a price. There are minor price changes that come with the minor changes made to next year’s model. They all have the new Nissan logo, a larger V-motion grille dedicated to each trim, and LED headlights for every trim. The Platinum version is only for AWD departures, leaving the S, SV, SR, SLand SR-VC Turbo; when powering both axes, S drops at the bottom, leaving SV, SR, and SL. The SR now features a unique black chrome insert and SR badge. Some new ones color and four new wheel designs join the menu.
Nissan has increased the destination fee from $1,025 to $1,095. Prices for the post-arrival trip to Altima in 2023 and their changes from 2022 are:
- S: $26,385 ($710)
- SV: $27.185 ($510)
- SR: $28,585 ($910)
- SL: $33,085 ($1,970)
- SR VC-Turbo: $36,085 ($4,060)
- SV AWD: $28,685 ($610)
- SR AWD: $30,085 ($2,035)
- SL AWD: $34,585 ($2,070)
Inside, select details get an upgraded instrument cluster with a 7-inch infotainment screen and a much larger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The latter replaces the eight-inch option on the previous model. The SR upgrades to dual-contrast stitching, while Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and wireless phone charging are standard on the SL and SR VC-Turbo trim levels, optional on the SV and SR trim levels.
Nissan Safety Shield 360 is standard across the range, meaning automatic emergency front and rear brakeLane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and automatic high beams.
The engines switch. That means the standard, 2.5-liter four-cylinder, naturally aspirated, makes 188 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque on the front driver, 182 hp when customized. select with AWD. Then there are turbocharged, variable compression, 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 248 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque on 93 octane, 236 hp on regular gas, only possible with the system front-wheel drive. Both pass through to CVT.