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Nissan Altima for Sale Near Ashburn, VA

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Known for small families and commuters, the Nissan Altima has come a long way since its debut in 1993. As time evolved, so did the Altima. What once was a smaller vehicle under the Nissan name, the Nissan Altima sedan and coupe have grown in size and matured with a sporty design. Furthermore, all Nissan Altimas for sale in the U.S. were built locally.

Compare prices, years and local dealerships selling Nissan Altimas near you below. When ready, select any Nissan Altima for sale near you or search additional Nissan Altimas nearby to schedule your test drive today.

Nissan Altima Prices & Trim Levels

Whether you’re looking for a 2013 Nissan Altima or a 2005 Nissan Altima for sale near you, chances are, your decision will boil down to price and trim levels. The condition of the car, mileage, trims and features will all affect your final Nissan Altima price. Nonetheless, before you head to any dealership or negotiation, it pays to have average Nissan Altima prices in mind. Going in prepared will undoubtedly give you a leg up as you negotiate for your Nissan Altima.

  • 2019 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $23,900 - $35,750

  • 2018 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $12,126 - $28,611

  • 2017 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $11,589 - $19,577

  • 2016 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $10,211 - $19,859

  • 2015 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $9,292 - $18,448

  • 2014 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $7,285 - $15,853

  • 2013 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $5,241 - $16,309

  • 2012 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $4,528 - $12,756

  • 2011 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $3,783 - $12,311

  • 2010 Nissan Altima

    Price Range: $3,680 - $11,104

Trim levels have slightly changed over the years, but recently, Nissan has focused on four Altima trims, including the Nissan Altima S, SR, SV and SL. The SV and SL are a bit pricier (although you can certainly keep your used Nissan Altima cost below $30,000), but they include a few features many drivers come to expect such as adaptive cruise control and lane-centering steering. See a full comparison of the four Nissan Altima trims at

How to Test Drive a Car

Before you buy a Nissan Altima, you must drive it. Take advantage of your test drive. Don’t just drive around the block. Drive it where you’ll be driving it. Try to parallel park if you live in an urban area. Get on the highway and give it some force. Do not tread lightly as you test drive what could you be your Nissan Altima.

Below are additional Nissan Altima test driving tips:

  • Note how smooth the ride is. Does the car glide? How does it handle speed bumps or potholes? Make sure there are no weird noises coming from your Altima engine.
  • Make sure the brakes are as strong as you expect. Also, note the time of year. If the brakes are mediocre in ideal temperatures, chances are, they may be worse in rain or snow.
  • Make note of the visibility. How many blind spots are there?
  • For longer drives, you need to be comfortable. While function and safety are always a concern, you need to be able to sit in the seat for as long as you wish. No one likes a traffic jam, but those annoyances are made much worse when sitting in an uncomfortable Nissan Altima.
  • Finally, walk around the car after you get out. Make sure there are no scratches, dents or anything out of the ordinary.

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