2021 Nissan Altima What's New
2021 Nissan Altima What's New
Posted on January 29, 2021
With a major redesign just occurring in 2019, the 2021 Nissan Altima does not see many changes in terms of styling or features. However, no vehicle remains completely unchanged from year to year, so Nissan did make some adjustments to the Altima lineup for 2021.
Nissan's biggest changes to the 2021 Altima are the renaming of the model configurations, the inclusion of more standard safety technologies on the base model, and a price adjustment.
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In 2020, Nissan offered three model configurations for the Altima--S, SV, and Platinum--with prices of $28,098, $31,598, and $35,098, respectively. For 2021, Nissan still offers three configurations, but two of them have been renamed. The S model becomes the SE and jumps in price to $29,498. The SV becomes the SR and increases $400. The Platinum retains the same name and increases $400.
SE Model Upgrades
The base model 2021 Altima SE jumped up in price by $1,400, but that is not without reason. The model got huge upgrades with several fancier standard features. For driver-assist features, the SE now includes intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear intelligent emergency braking, lane departure warning, and blind spot warning.
The audio and entertainment systems were also upgraded for 2021. The 2021 Nissan Altima SE includes a NissanConnect 8" touchscreen display, as well as a 7-inch advanced drive-assist display. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Siri Eyes Free, Bluetooth, speed-sensitive volume control, hands-free text messaging assistant, and more now come standard. The wheels were also upgraded from 16" to 17" in the 2021 version.
These upgrades make the 2021 Nissan Altima SE an affordable, well-equipped, and comfortable option for drivers wanting a midsize sedan.
Choosing a 2021 Nissan Altima
Besides a name change and slight increase in price, the other two 2021 Nissan Altima models did not receive significant changes for the new model year. All model levels offer a comfortable ride and engaging drive. In addition, the Altima also offers something that its competitors do not--all model levels of the 2021 Nissan Altima come standard with all-wheel drive (AWD). For drivers that want the comfort of a midsize sedan but the traction of an SUV, Nissan provides it standard without an upcharge.
For the 2021 Nissan Altima, what's new is a base model for under $30,000 that provides everything that drivers could need or want in a midsize sedan.