2019 Nissan Altima - Model Comparison

Compare the 2019 Nissan Altima to the Competition Here in Concord, NC

When searching for the perfect ride for your travels around Charlotte, Salisbury and Huntersville, you'll certainly want to take your time researching all your options. While we here at our Concord, NC dealership hold the new 2019 Nissan Altima in the highest of regards, we know there are many other popular midsized sedans available nearby. But a quick look at what makes the new Altima stand out among these well-renown four-doors will have you visiting us from Monroe, Matthews, Mooresville or Kannapolis in no time, so visit us today and check out Nissan's latest take on the sedan class.

Nissan Altima vs Hyundai Sonata

  • Starting off, you'll have the option for AWD with your Altima, a feature not found with any of these other sedans, like the Sonata. If your travels take you where weather and road surfaces mean less traction, this is a great choice, or for handling any unexpected snowstorms we get here in the Concord and Charlotte area.
  • When you stick with the standard FWD setup for your 2019 Altima, it earns better fuel economy than the Sonata, with a 38 highway mpg advantage compared to the Hyundai sedan's 35 highway mpg rating.
  • The class-exclusive Intelligent Forward Collision Warning system is standard in the Altima, while not even being available in the Sonata.

Nissan Altima vs Honda Accord

  • The Accord is another sedan that doesn't offer AWD like the Altima does, leaving you out of luck if you're driving on snow-, ice- or rain-covered roads.
  • While both sedans offer USB ports, the Altima's Type-C outlets are better suited for both charging and connecting your mobile device to your car's interface, a feature the Accord lacks.
  • The available rear automatic braking for the Altima is extremely helpful for backing out of your drive or if you're constantly in parking garage and lot spaces that can be tricky reversing out of. This feature isn't offered with the Accord.

Nissan Altima vs Toyota Camry

  • Starting off in their respective base levels, the Altima begins with a lower price compared to the Camry, and that trend continues as you pick higher trims, choose added options or upgrade your engine.
  • Safety features like the reverse automatic braking and automatic collision warning system that are either available or standard in the Altima aren't offered with the Camry, or make them more expensive to add on.
  • For smartphone integration, the Altima offers Android Auto (along with Apple CarPlay), while the Camry is only compatible with Apple devices for that easy functionality.