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Nissan Altima Hybrid HEV
2011 Altima Hybrid – An AT-PZEV That’s Not Short on F-U-N
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2011 Altima Hybrid – An AT-PZEV That’s Not Short on F-U-N
  • 2011 Altima Hybrid – An AT-PZEV That’s Not Short on F-U-N
  • 2011 Altima Hybrid – An AT-PZEV That’s Not Short on F-U-N
Since introduction, the Altima Hybrid has stood out from other hybrids in its class with its balance of fuel efficiency and drivability. “As an Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (AT-PZEV), Altima Hybrid delivers near-zero evaporative emissions,” explains Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division, Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA). “Yet there’s nothing “partial’ or ‘zero’ about its driving performance, which lives up to the expectations of any vehicle wearing a Nissan badge.”

In 2011, Altima Hybrid continues to offer the efficiency and fuel economy of a hybrid drivetrain with the performance and excitement typical of any Altima, combining true driving pleasure, distinctive and sporty design and a quality-crafted interior with excellent fuel mileage. It has been certified to meet California emissions requirements and is sold in states that have adopted California emissions regulations: California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont.

Following extensive enhancements for the 2010 model year - including a revised front end appearance and a refined interior – revisions to the Altima Hybrid for 2011 are limited to three new exterior colors: Metallic Silver, Saharan Stone and Brilliant Silver.

The Altima Hybrid is part of Nissan’s ongoing efforts in the area of environmental protection and vehicle efficiency. In addition to Altima Hybrid, Nissan offers a wide application of its advanced Xtronic CVT? (Continuously Variable Transmission) in its 2011 passenger cars and crossovers and Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) technology in the 2011 Titan pickup and Armada SUV. The all-new Nissan LEAF™, a pure electric vehicle, is slated for launch in late 2010 in the U.S., Japan and Europe – ushering in a new era of mobility.
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Consumption33.6 US
manufacturer says: 32.99 US MPG
AustraliaAustralia
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2011-01-02, Sidney

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