The Nissan Altima is a fantastic family car, but it is also well-suited to first-time car buyers who are on a tight budget. Not only does it offer the latest in safety technology (such as a class-exclusive predictive forward collision warning system), it is also offered at a lower starting price than competitors like the Camry (more than $500 cheaper for the base model) and gets a better fuel economy rating at 39 miles per gallon on the highway (6 mpg better than the Camry).*
It’s clear that you can save money when you buy a Nissan Altima—in the actual cost of the car, in trips to the gas station, and in avoiding costly accidents (the 2017 Nissan Altima was named an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick Plus winner). But how you’ll spend those savings? That part is up to you.
Here are some ways that young Altima buyers spend their savings:
- Paying for college textbooks with the money saved due to a smaller down payment
- Buying healthier and more diverse groceries (or splurging on Friday night pizza) with the money saved by less frequent fuel fill-ups
- Starting a savings account, IRA, or other investment opportunity with the monthly savings from driving a more affordable and accident-avoiding vehicle
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