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You guys are a trip. You want a G37 for the price of an Altima! Everything you guys are whinning about pretty much describes the G37. Looks are subjective, so I'm not even speaking on that. But it was MORE THAN obvious that this car would be CVT only, as it is now. Why would that change. Its obviously working since they sold 41,000 Altimas last month. SOMEBODY likes the CVT. For perspective, Toyota sold 42,000 Camrys.
Anyway, I think its going to be competitive in its class and will maintain its spot in the range of #1-3 in this class. May not be as stylish as the Fusion, but I think overall its a good looking car and does look a "Class above" as Nissan put it. And I don't think the Fusions design is going to age well, once you look past all the flashiness, the car just looks SUPER long, and the grille kind of makes it look like a guppy fish up front. But overall, its a good car too. You really can't go wrong in this class.
I will agree, the interior is nice, but it is a bit bland and maybe a bit Buicky. But at the end of the day as long as its High Quality, I could careless as long as it's not ugly and cheap.
And I actually think we will see mostly 2.5S and 2.5SV's roaming the roads. The base 2.5 is pretty much to advertise the low entry price. Good luck finding one on the lots. They didn't even list its standard features in the press release! LOL. The 2.5SV comes with 17" Alloys, so there probably wont be as many hub-caps rolling around. And the additional 3.5 models should increase the amount of those on the roads too, which all come standard with the 18's pictured above. Overall, I think its going to be a good mix versus all the saggy butt hub-capped 2.5S's running around now. Overall, I think the 2.5SV will be the sales leader in the long run.
Last edited by NissLover; 04-03-2012 at 10:49 PM.