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Whenever someone thought "I need a reliable and affordable midsize sedan" they would instinctively think of a Honda Accord. Times are changing, however, and with impressive new competitors like the new 2013 Nissan Altima, the 2013 Honda Accord has serious rivals to compete against. The Honda Accord is undoubtedly a great choice for a family sedan as it has massive interior space, strong resale value and known for its reliability. If we place the Honda Accord side by side to the Altima and take a closer look, we will see that the 2013 Nissan Altima has more to offer. Both vehicles come in a sedan and coupe, offer lots of power, tech features and high fuel economy ratings. The Nissan Altima, however, offers a couple features the Accord cannot match
If low prices, better fuel economy and powerful performance are important features to have for your next vehicle, then take a closer look at the Nissan Altima. The Altima offers a lower MSRP price, higher fuel economy and greater performance than the Accord. Whether you choose the Altimas 175 hp 4-cylinder or the 270-hp V6, you will receive effortless performance. These vehicles were engineered in a way to be fun to drive. To ensure a thrilling ride, the Nissan Altima takes the extra step and employs a Z-inspired lightweight multi-link design for a quick response. There is a rebound spring inside each shock absorber, resulting in a smooth ride, crisp handling and secure cornering. According to Edmunds.com, "The  Nissan Altima 3.5 SR is a top choice for family-sedan shoppers who like to drive but don't want to sacrifice the practicality and comfort for which this segment is known. If the Camry's appliance-like ethos isn't for you, Nissan has the antidote."
Although the 2013 Honda Accord is more efficient than last year’s model, reviewers find that its performance is not what it used to be. Its performance depends on which engine you go with (there are three to choose from: two four-cylinder models or a sportier V6). Regardless of the powertrain, critics and reviewers are finding that the Honda has become soft in its old age. Edmunds.com says "The Honda Accord offers an appealing combination of spaciousness, a relatively upscale feel and a reputation for reliability. However, its ride quality and overall performance are merely adequate for this segment. For one thing, the Accord has grown bigger and softer with its latest redesign; for another, the competition has caught up." The 2013 Nissan Altima offers APR loans as low as 0%, while the Accord’s lowest APR loans are .90%. Nissan offers 27-32 city mpg, while Honda’s city mpg ranges from 30-34. Although both vehicles are great choices if you are looking for reliable and affordable sedans, when it comes down to it, you pay less and receive more with the new 2013 Nissan Altima.
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