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Nissan's flagship sedan is short on sport.
Nissan's sixth-generation Altima is better equipped and more competitive than ever before.
More range, style and improved safety tech keep the 2018 Nissan Leaf on its throne as one of the best, truly affordable electric cars on the road.
Nissan's latest NISMO variant gets a zippy turbocharged engine and starts under $25,000.
Other than a few small tweaks, it's business as usual for Nissan's littlest hatchback.
Nissan returns a little bit of sport to the Sentra with a turbo engine, available manual transmission and suspension upgrades.
If you can't decide between sporty or cushy, the 2016 Nissan Altima is a wonderful middle ground that can give drivers a bit of both.
The 2016 Nissan Sentra faces stiff competition in the entry-level sedan segment, and lacks the most recent dashboard tech, but its driving character will satisfy most commuters and its driver assist systems offer enhanced safety and comfort.
The 2016 Nissan Maxima is a bit more exciting than your standard sedan, but the CVT keeps it from being an enthusiast's dream. Still, the quality, workmanship, and comfort of the interior are not things to be overlooked.
The 2014 Nissan Altima's continuously variable transmission distinguishes it in the saturated mid-size sedan segment, but competitors show better overall polish.
The 2013 Nissan Sentra serves as cheap transportation for urban areas, and offers connected navigation for greater convenience, but a weak engine and bland styling highlight its mundane nature.