2019 Nissan Altima vs 2019 Honda Accord



2019 Nissan Altima vs 2019 Honda Accord


2019 Nissan Altima 2019 Honda Accord
Fuel Capacity
  16.2 gal. 14.8 gal.
Front Leg Room
  43.8 in. 42.3 in.

2019 Nissan Altima vs 2019 Honda Accord

Serving Gainesville, GA

Today, consumers are primarily trending towards buying SUVs and crossovers. You might think that car manufacturers are neglecting their sedans as a result. However, that’s not the case with Nissan, which clearly puts thought, care, and consideration into its Altima. The 2019 Nissan Altima is back and better than ever with a design overhaul, an impressive list of standard safety features, upgraded technology, and more. The Altima is offered in eight trim levels this year. Along with a healthy dose of standard features, they are offered with enticing amenity upgrades as well. Performance gets a boost in the latest Altima with the options of a fuel-efficient turbo engine and a hybrid engine. The 2019 Honda Accord gets some improvements in its looks and interior features. But with a less exciting design, a less comfortable cabin, and fewer trim options, the Altima takes the lead for a quality mid-size sedan.

Comfort and Convenience

With all the standard and available options it offers, Nissan leaves nothing out of its Altima in terms of creature comforts and conveniences. This year, the Altima offers crowd-pleasing and trendy amenities such as an infotainment system with standard Android Auto. Nissan’s Connect Services feature, which is voice-activated, lets you access directions, find destinations like restaurants and gas stations, and use Amazon Alexa all without taking your eyes off the road or your hands off the world. In case you prefer to have integrated navigation in your infotainment system, you can opt for Nissan’s Door-to-Door navigation system instead. Keeping your electronics plugged in and ready to go is easier than ever with standard USB and available USB Type C charging ports. Remote Access is an innovative feature that helps you find your parked car, start and stop the engine, and control the horn and lights remotely. With the Accord you’ll get a more basic infotainment system, less high-tech conveniences, and no Type C USB charging port.

Performance

When it comes to performance, the Altima leads with its enticing array of engine and drivetrain options. This year, the Altima is proud to be Nissan’s first sedan adapted with intelligent all-wheel drive. The 2019 Altima also gets the best fuel economy in its class. Another standout feature of the 2019 Altima is that one of its engines, called VC-Turbo, is designed to maximize power and fuel efficiency as needed. The 2019 Honda Accord also has a hybrid and turbo-charged engine. However, its fuel efficiency doesn’t quite match what the Altima offers. Furthermore, its fuel economy doesn’t meet that of the Altima’s.

Style

Nissan is a leader when it comes to bold, athletic, and innovative exterior designs. The Altima, which features a bold and futuristic new look, stands out for its attractive outer shell. Sixteen-inch wheels come standard on the base version, but the highest-level trim gets 19-inch wheels. Active grille shutters are standard on all trim levels of the Altima, as are highly visible and sophisticated automatic headlights with intelligent beams that move in your path of travel. LED headlights and fog lights are offered on select trim levels. The 2019 Honda Accord’s design in comparison the Altima’s is not as exciting. A number of paint colors are available, but the Accord lacks the athletic and head-turning design that the Nissan has.

If you’re looking for a safe, comfortable, and tech-savvy sedan that’s also a pleasure to look at and drive, look no further than the 2019 Nissan Altima. With an unprecedented eight trim levels to choose from, an innovative engine, and superior fuel efficiency, any version of the latest Altima will get you to and from your destinations with ease. We welcome you in to our dealership to give the 2019 Altima a try. You can even test out the Accord as well to see how they compare.