Nissan Altima VS Toyota Camry


Before going to a Dallas Toyota Camry dealership,  research a Nissan car that might better meet the demands of your lifestyle.  Driving a Toyota Camry in Dallas means that you won't be getting the best fuel  economy or the same level of safety as you would get with a new 2013 Altima.  Nissan of McKinney's Camry VS Altima comparison below will reveal some interesting  details you may not have known about each car. Both are top sellers in the  affordable midsize sedan segment, but there's a reason why thousands choose the  Altima over the Camry year after year.


Nissan Altima VS  Toyota Camry Safety Comparison

If safety is one of the primary characteristics you look  for in a vehicle, then you should think twice before you purchase a Toyota  Camry in McKinney or Dallas. Instead, you should visit Nissan of McKinney and  test drive the new Altima, which earned a "Top Safety Pick Plus" title from the  Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Altima has received overall  better crash test scores than the Camry; as a matter of fact its exceptional  performance in the IIHS' more strenuous crash tests earned it the new "Plus"  designation, which the Camry doesn't have. Car shoppers will also find that the  Altima offers optional safety features that the Camry does not offer, including  a smart, collision-preventing lane departure warning system. The Altima also  features a plastic fuel tank that is less prone to catching fire after a  collision and better equipped to handle harder, more intrusive impacts than the  Camry's metal gas tank.

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Compare: Toyota  Camry VS Nissan Altima Power & Fuel Economy

There's a reason why Motor Trend ranked the Nissan Altima  higher than the Toyota Camry in comparison tests. Reviewer Arthur St. Antoine  wrote that the Altima 2.5 SV provides "capable, confidence-inspiring  suspension, sweetly balanced steering, and good power," while Associate Editor Mike Febbo was quoted as saying that  the Camry XLE "is the worst car I've driven in months." Dallas, Richardson,  Grapevine and McKinney Toyota Camry drivers, as well as Camry owners in other Texas  cities, aren't getting the best-in-class fuel economy and ample power that  Altima owners get. Even the Altima's four-cylinder offers excellent efficiency  with 27 MPG city/38 MPG highway - higher than any other car in its class. And  just because it gets terrific MPG doesn't mean that you'll have to forfeit  power and performance; on the contrary, the Altima's four-cylinder and V6 offer  more power than the Camry's engines, and a much better performance than the  Camry according to many reviewers.

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With greater fuel economy, power and safety scores, you  just might reconsider driving a Toyota Camry in Dallas and head to Nissan of  McKinney instead! Read a full  comparison of the Nissan Altima VS Toyota Camry to see even more reasons  why the Altima may be the better car for your everyday needs.

 

*Information sourced from Advanta-STAR Automotive  Research and Motor Trend

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