Nissan's midsize sedan gets a sporty look with this coupe version. Inside, Nissan offers the same cabin tech available on its more expensive models, the Maxima and 370Z.
The Altima Coupe could use new styling, adopting design language used on the 370Z, including boomerang headlights.
This car is powered by a fairly average 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. A 3.5-liter V-6 is also available.
The coupe styling compromises rear headroom a bit, but the car still carries four occupants in comfort.
Although no sports car, the Altima Coupe does get stabilizer bars in the suspension, keeping it more composed in the corners.
The interior quality is fairly typical for cars in this midsize class: some hard plastics, but with a nice finish and fit.
The steering wheel has buttons for audio, Bluetooth, and cruise control.
The easy-to-read electro-luminescent instrument cluster has a display for trip computer information on the speedometer.
A six-speed manual is available, but this car has the continuously variable transmission, which helps the car bring in excellent fuel economy.
When the premium stereo option is present, but not the navigation system, audio information is shown on this 4.3-inch screen.
Bluetooth is also an option on the Altima Coupe, with feedback on this screen.
A rearview camera shows objects behind the car, with distance lines to help the driver.