2010 Nissan Altima Coupe 3.5 SR

Matt Tierney

2010 Nissan Altima Coupe 3.5 SR

Base price (with destination): $30,320
Price as tested: $30,495

Standard Equipment:
3.5-liter V-6 engine
CVT transmission
18-inch alloy wheels
4-wheel disc brakes with ABS
Traction and stability control system (ESP)
Vehicle dynamic control
Tire pressure monitoring system
8-way driver power seat
Leather seating surfaces
Heated front seats
Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls
Leather-wrapped shift knob
Tilt/telescoping steering column
Bose AM/FM audio system with 7 speakers
XM satellite radio
USB port with iPod connectivity
MP3/WMA playback compatibility
4.3-inch color display
Bluetooth connectivity
Rearview camera
Air conditioning
Dual zone automatic climate control
Nissan "Intelligent Key" keyless access
Power windows/locks
Power sliding moonroof with sunshade
Auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass
Options on this vehicle:
6-speed manual transmission -- $2330
Floor & trunk mat set -- $175
Key options not on vehicle:
Technology package -- $1780
Rear spoiler -- $460

Fuel economy:
(city/hwy/combined)
18 / 27 / 21 mpg

Engine:
Size: 3.5L V-6
Horsepower: 270 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque: 258 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

Drive:
Front-wheel

Transmission:
6-speed manual

Curb weight: 3294 lb

Wheels/tires:
18-inch alloy wheels
235/45R-18 Michelin Pilot all-season tires

Competitors: Honda Accord Coupe

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ezshift5
I'm with Joe and Amy...........and will look elsewhere..........
AutomobileStaff
@MusicCityMadman - Since it isn't possible to get the manual transmission without the two equipment packages, discussing the pricing of the transmission by itself isn't really possible.
hmclean
I never respect nissan engineering! I have driven the G35 and thats the worse 6-speed I have driven.
MusicCityMadman
Sloppy journalism. Spending two minutes on Nissan's website reveals that the 6MT comes standard with two packages that cost about $3400 on the CVT. So if you get the same car for $2400 more than the other base, but you get $3400 worth of options, how much have you paid for the manual transmission......... -$1000. Disclaimer: I do not work for Nissan, I do not drive a Nissan and I agree with all the comments that you can do a lot better than this car for same or less money.

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