KBB.com Names Nissan Altima as one of their “10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000”

The Nissan Altima continues to impress with its premium exterior and interior design and functionality as a consumer favorite and Nissan’s top-selling model in the U.S.,. This week, the 2014 Altima was named one of the “10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000” by Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com.

The Altima finished sixth on the list, with KBB.com editors specifically citing its “notably comfortable” NASA-inspired “Zero Gravity” front seats as a selling-point.

To create the “10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000” list, KBB.com editors selected cars offering comfort-oriented features that “debuted upmarket just a few years ago.” Each of the 10 vehicles start below $30,000 according to Kelley Blue Book’s Fair Purchase Price (FPP), a tool designed to show shoppers what others are paying for a specific new car.

“In addition to its advanced ‘Zero Gravity’ front seats, the 2014 Altima features soft-touch armrests as well as noise absorption materials to help reduce cabin noise and improve the overall experience inside the vehicle,“ said Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Nissan Sales & Marketing and Operations. “Coupled with its innovative, stylish design and wide range of available technology features, the Altima is the perfect home-away-from-home. This honor from Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com further reaffirms our commitment to comfortable, quality products and the needs of our customers.”

With a starting MSRP of only $22,170USD, the Nissan Altima is the centerpiece of the Nissan lineup. One of the top selling cars in the U.S., it offers a premium exterior and interior and driver-focused technology. Its many attributes include:

  • outstanding fuel economy of 38 mpg highway (2.5-liter engine only)
  • a balance of ride comfort, stability and a fun-to-drive demeanor
  • a choice of a 182-horsepower
  • 2.5-liter DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine
  • 270-horsepower 3.5-liter V6
  • matched with a smooth, efficient Xtronic transmission
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