2018 Nissan Altima Comparison | Dulles Area

Compare the 2018 Nissan Altima in Sterling, VA

With so many cars on the market today, it's no wonder Washington, DC, area customers are so confused about which to select. This is a great time to be shopping for a new car because there are so many options, but this can indeed cause confusion. What we suggest is to take the three most popular cars on the market and see which one offers the features and technology that matters most to you. Luckily for you, our team has taken the time to do that on your behalf.

When it comes to providing our Chantilly drivers with the important information that is necessary for making the right decision, our team knows what we're doing. We recommend taking a few moments to research these top brands, the 2018 Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, and Honda Accord, and find out how they compare in the areas that matter most to you. When there are so many options on the market it can seem like an overwhelming experience, but with help from our team, your experience can be easier than expected.

Whether you're budget-conscious or simply want a vehicle with more bells and whistles for less money, there is a lot to consider. Let us help, and when you're ready for a test drive, simply reach out to us and we'll be happy to offer assistance.

2018 Nissan Altima vs. Toyota Camry

  • Right away you will notice that the price for the Toyota Camry is higher than the 2018 Altima's, and even the destination fee is higher.
  • Intelligent Key Doors and Push Button Start are offered on the base trim Altima, while the Camry does not have these features available.
  • There are two 12V DC power outlets in the Altima, while the Camry only offers one. That means that you may end up making some difficult decisions on which phone to charge first, which tablet to power, and more.
  • The Toyota Camry offers less cargo volume, passenger volume, legroom, and headroom than the Nissan Altima does, so prepare to leave some things behind if you select the Camry.
  • If having Roadside Assistance is a must-have feature, the Altima is the top choice for Dulles drivers, because you can enjoy this peace of mind for up to 36 months, versus the Camry's 24 month maximum.



2018 Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord

  • The Honda Accord will cost you more for every trim level and more for the destination fee than the 2018 Altima will, making us wonder what you're paying so much more for.
  • If you are looking for Siri Eyes Free, the Altima will offer it on a lower trim level than the Accord will, letting you have the feature Leesburg, VA, drivers want for less money.
  • Headroom and legroom in the Altima is more generous than the Accord, so your tall friends should prepare to hunch down a bit while traveling, but we know from experience that this is not comfortable.
  • An MP3 decoder is available on the Nissan Altima, letting you play your favorite music, while the Accord doesn't have this feature available. That means listening to a lot of the same stuff on repeat.

Stop by Brown's Dulles Nissan Today!

If you like what you read about the 2018 Nissan Altima, contact our team for a test drive so you can see first-hand how it compares to other cars you've driven. While you are on our lot, our financing specialists can help you find the Nissan Altima lease or loan that suits your budget the best. Take a test drive to determine if the Altima is right for you, and be sure to check out the variety of trim levels at your disposal. We look forward to helping you find the right car for your lifestyle during your next visit.

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