If You’re Drawn to the 2015 Nissan Altima’s Low Price, We Have News for You…
The 2015 Nissan Altima’s price is one of the vehicle’s best selling points, but we think that when you take a look at what the 2015 Honda Accord has to offer, you’ll see where the real value lies. We’ve kept an eye on the Altima for a while here at Mid-Missouri Honda Dealers, and while we can admit that they’ve got a nice mid-size sedan on their hands, we think you deserve something a bit better than “nice.”
Let’s take a look at what the key differences are between the Accord and the Altima.
Features of the Accord
These days, it almost always comes down to the features. Vehicles like the Altima are able to achieve their low price because drivers know they can upgrade to add on the features they want or need, and Nissan takes advantage of that.
That’s why you’ll see very few high-tech features on the entry-level Altima. They don’t even include floor mats after all; would you be surprised that they don’t have a touchscreen infotainment system or a rearview camera included on the entry-level Altima 2.5?
Here’s a quick look at what you can get on the basic Accord LX Sedan:
- Bluetooth HandsFreeLink—Connect your phone to your Accord wirelessly, making handsfree phone calls and streaming music through your car’s stereo.
- Honda i-MID Infotainment System—Paired with an 8-inch touchscreen interface, you can manage all of your technology from the convenient in-dash infotainment system.
- Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls—Control your phone, your music, and your cruise control all from the convenience of your steering wheel. No need to take your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road.
- Rearview Camera—Take out the guesswork from backing up by getting a clear view of everything behind your Accord. It makes it easy to back up and parallel park with confidence.
Now, Nissan is a smart automaker, and they make it possible for you to equip the Altima with comparable features to these. But it requires an upgrade to put it onto the same level the Accord starts at. Honda thinks you shouldn’t have to upgrade for these features; don’t you?
Test Drive the Accord Today
The 2015 Honda Accord could be loaded with features, but if it drove like a brick, nobody would want one. There’s a reason why drivers all over the country have gotten behind the wheel of brand new Honda Accords in the last year. Visit one of our showrooms and let us show you why with a test drive.