Spyshots: 2013 Nissan Altima Vol. Camo Altima > Barcelona Red Camry

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Reports have indicated that Nissan will offer a new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine in the Altima, and if so, it's unclear whether or not the older, 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four will stick around. Expect the 3.5-liter V6 to still be the range-topping powerplant, with six-speed transmissions (manual and CVT) to be offered throughout the range.






 
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I love how some many models are moving over to smaller turbocharged 4 cylinders.

Those wheels are trash though.
 
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Originally Posted by Freeze

the current one isnt ugly, why would that be?
Word, I have the current one, its dope. If this looks anything close to the Maxima or takes ques from the 370z, Nissan wins. 
 
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Unfortunately, in this segment of cars, the winner is the one that has the most sales. While we all respect the enthusiast's choice (Mazda6), the Camry will most likely stay on top. 
 
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Hopefully it won't look like the latest Maxima. That front end of the Maxima is horrible. The 2006-2010 Maximas were better looking.
 
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