The future 2024 Nissan Altima would get into production stage, but it’s not getting any redesign project. Nissan generally creates a new generation of Altima once in 6 years. The sixth generation was first released in 2019, which means that the possible redesign will take place in 2025. However, the company makes sure that the upcoming Altima gets interesting upgrades, covering interior and exterior refreshment. But if you are looking for updates for the powertrain, be ready to be disappointed.
The Mid Cycle Facelift
Being a sedan is a difficult thing in auto industry. It’s because the industry is being swarmed with (modern) SUVs and also crossovers. Even pickup trucks are still more popular than the sedan variants. No matter how stylish the vehicle is (and Altima is a handsome vehicle), it remains unpopular. The biggest challenge in 2024 sector is manufacturing a sedan. The vehicle may get new front bumper, upright grille, and also a refreshed headlight. The rear area will get new bumper with taillights are highly possibly to stay the same. The doors and food may get very subtle changes, barely visible if you don’t pay extra attention to it. This is the best that Nissan can do while they have to focus on the next generation model at the same time.
On the inside, expect a roomy cabin, just as same as before. The cabin would be elegant, plush, and comfy with more than enough passenger room and cargo space. The current dash is super simple, so many are hopeful that the next update would include more upgrades around it. Materials may likely the same, but with improved technologies and features.
Powertrain and Performance
The future 2024 Nissan Altima will likely be running on the same powertrain as the current model. The main option would be a four cylinder unit with 2.5 liter capacity, delivering 188 hp. Another option, a turbo four is also offered, delivering 250 hp. The sedan comes as front wheel driving system as the standard although it also offers auto CVT. Optional all wheel is available, if you are willing to spend more.
One of the winning features of the Altima is the high fuel efficiency. That’s why Nissan won’t be offering plug in or mild hybrid version just yet. However, it’s possible that the next generation Altima (the one that gets redesign touchup) will get the hybrid option.
The Tag Price
The midsize sedan may have a starting price of around $26,000 while the highest trim, the Platinum, would cost around $40,000. After the sales take place within 2023’s second half, Nissan may introduce the next generation Altima.
Q and A
Q: Has the company confirmed the release date?
A: They only stated that they are going to release the new Altima in 2023, but they haven’t provided the exact date.
Q: What about the price? Is there going a new price range?
A: According to sources, there won’t be any change in regard to the price factor.
Q: Has Nissan said anything about their next generation Altima?
A: Not yet. It seems that they would remain silent and be mysterious about it. After all, they haven’t provided further details about the upcoming 2024 Nissan Altima, so we should wait for it.