New and used Nissan Altima price in Ghana
The Nissan Altima, which was first released in 1992, can be seen as a continuation of the long-standing Nissan Bluebird line that had been in production since 1957. The Altima started off as a small car, but over time, it has grown in size, become more technologically advanced, and attracted a wider range of customers. As a result, it has now entered the market for mid-size sedans. Nissan has produced one of the most successful vehicles in the North American market.
Below is the price of Nissan Altima in Ghana
|Nissan Altima 2013||110,000 cedis|
|Nissan Altima 2014||125,000 cedis|
|Nissan Altima 2015||140,000 cedis|
|Nissan Altima 2018||160,000 cedis|
|Nissan Altima 2019||170,000 cedis|
First Generation (1992–1997)
The Altima began as a relatively compact 4-door sedan, bearing design cues similar to other Nissan vehicles of the era, with a simple, uncluttered aesthetic.
Second Generation (1997–2001)
The car became more rounded, embracing the late 90s trend of curvier car designs. The interior also saw improvements in terms of material quality and layout.
Third Generation (2001–2006)
A significant redesign, the Altima grew in size, transitioning solidly into the mid-size sedan segment. The exterior became more aggressive and modern, with a prominent front grille and sharper lines.
Fourth Generation (2006–2012)
The design was refined and became more upscale. With a bold front-end and a sweeping profile, the Altima conveyed a more premium presence.
Fifth Generation (2012–2018)
Adopting Nissan’s “V-motion” grille and boomerang-shaped headlights and taillights, the Altima looked more dynamic and contemporary.
Sixth Generation (2018–present as of my last update)
The design evolved further, with a lower, wider stance and a more aggressive interpretation of the V-motion grille. The profile features deep character lines and a floating roof design.
First and Second Generations
Initially came with a 2.4L four-cylinder engine, with manual or automatic transmissions available.
Offered both a 2.5L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6 engine, giving buyers a performance option.
Fourth and Fifth Generations
Continued with the 2.5L four-cylinder and the 3.5L V6, but with advancements in efficiency and performance.
Introduced a variable compression turbo (VC-Turbo) engine option, providing V6-like performance with 4-cylinder efficiency. The standard engine remains a naturally aspirated 2.5L four-cylinder.
Available Models and Their Released Dates
- First Generation: Launched in 1992
- Second Generation: Introduced in 1997
- Third Generation: Debuted in 2001
- Fourth Generation: Released in 2006
- Fifth Generation: Unveiled in 2012
- Sixth Generation: Presented in 2018
Throughout its life, the Altima has seen various trims and special editions, catering to a wide range of consumers, from those seeking a reliable commuter car to those wanting a touch of luxury and performance.
The Nissan Altima’s enduring appeal is a testament to its adaptability, consistently merging reliability, comfort, and style in a package that resonates with a broad audience.