Which 2019 Nissan Altima Trim Has the Features You Want?

The Nissan Altima is all-new in 2019, delivering a wide array of impressive tweaks and perks you won't find in any of its predecessors. One of its best features? Variety.

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With eight different trims available, the 2019 Altima has a model suited to the needs of almost every kind of driver. Which one's the right car for you? Let's take a look at what they have to offer.

  • 2019 Altima S: The S delivers the Altima's standard features suite. That includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a hands-free texting assistant, and safety technology like automatic emergency braking and a driver alertness system.
  • 2019 Altima SR: The SR provides the Altima's standard features, as well as amenities like the NissanConnect system with an 8-inch touchscreen, remote engine start, and push-button engine start.
  • 2019 Altima SR VC-Turbo: The SR VC-Turbo offers all of the SR's features as well as access to the Altima's brand new VC-Turbo engine.
  • 2019 Altima SV: The Altima SV come with a heated steering wheel, intelligent cruise control, intelligent lane assist, and the advanced ProPILOT assist program. It also offers a range of valuable connectivity features.
  • 2019 Altima SL: The SL comes with all of the SV's features, as well comfort features like active noise cancellation, leather seating, built-in navigation with voice recognition, and even road sign recognition.
  • 2019 Altima Platinum: The Altima SL comes with all of the features in the SL, but also adds in features like an around view monitor, interior accent lighting, driver's seat memory, and more.
  • 2019 Altima Platinum VC-Turbo: The Altima Platinum VC-Turbo provides all the perks of the Altima Platinum, as well as access to the Altima's powerful VC-Turbo engine.
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Would you like to find out more about everything the new Nissan Altima brings to the table? Come and visit us at Butler Nissan in Macon, GA. Our sales team would be happy to run you through all of your available options.

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