What to Expect in the 2022 Nissan Altima Post


Fall is coming. That means sweater weather, hot apple cider and the release of the 2022 Nissan Altima. Hold on to your pumpkins, Maus Nissan is digging into what you can expect from the new model.

Altima buyers will appreciate a streamlined trim lineup to include only the S, SR and Platinum levels of the 2022 model. Each level’s price will climb by $200, starting from $24,500 MSRP. Four-wheel drive, sport suspension and 19” wheels will all come standard. Build quality and safety standards still remain unparalleled. The 2021 Altima received a perfect 5-star safety rating and the 2022 will no doubt duplicate that with the presence of Nissan SafetyShield 360 and its bevy of driver assistance technologies.

Even though the Altima received a facelift last year, the upgrades just keep comin’. Thrill seekers will love the 188 horsepower 2.5-L inline-4 pot paired with the added XTRONIC CVT transmission. The 4-cylinder engine still carries the previous model’s powertrain but has remained extremely fuel efficient. In the city, drivers will see 29mpg and on the highway, 39 mpg.

Drivers can expect the exterior colors and palettes to remain the same as the previous year’s model. But, perhaps the comfiest upgrade to the interior is the Zero Gravity seating. Oh, it’s like sitting on all those marshmallows you plan to roast around the campfire come fall! There’s also a plethora of customization opportunities for the seat material, color, tones and accents. Passengers will appreciate the ample legroom and 15.4 cu-ft of cargo space for #allthethings. The current infotainment system includes the standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth and WiFi standard connectivity. But, some notable features joining the suite include 9 speaker sound system, NissanConnect services and in-built navigation.

Before you carve that pumpkin (or turkey, for that matter!) this fall, make sure you head to Maus Nissan to check out the 2022 Nissan Altima. Give us a call at (352) 592-6287 to get started. Consider it an early holiday present to you!

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