Nissan has announced its plans to introduce the new Altima to Australia next month, when the model will set you back for 29,990 AUD, for the cheapest entry-level version.
Nissan’s answer to models like the Toyota Camry or the Mazda6 is named the Altima and starting from November the model will become available for order in Australia too. According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the Alima will cost 29,990 AUD, which will be followed by the Altima ST, from 35,890 AUD, by the Altima ST-L, priced from 40,190 AUD and by the Altima Ti-S, which will set you back for 45,390 AUD.
The main engine to be offered with the Nissan Altima is coming as a 2.5 liter four-cylinder, which is producing a total output of 127 kW and 230 Nm of torque, mated to an X-tronic CVT. Future owners of the Nissan Altima in Australia will also get to order the 3.5 liter V6, which is good for 185 kW and 326 Nm of torque. Additional details on the Nissan Altima, aimed towards Australia, are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its launch, in November.