Nissan has professed a lot of love for sedans, even as the North American market continues to skew markedly towards crossovers. Sedans are certainly a vehicle line that Nissan has always done well.
The 2016 Altima has distinctive styling to set itself apart, advanced technology to address safety and entertainment desires and yes, the performance to run with the big dogs.
We’ll be installing AeroCatch Flush Mounted Hood Pins on a Nissan Altima Coupe with a carbon fiber hood – Let’s get started!
This slick black Nissan Altima Coupe hails from Sarasota, Florida and belongs to Geren Leon (NoLimitCoupe), a long-time AltimaCoupe.com member.
This promotional brochure was issued by Nissan in early 1998, featuring all of the press accolades for the 1998 Nissan lineup – some cool images to add to your collection of memorabilia if you own a ’98 model! Click for full-size images…
The all-new 2013 Nissan Altima made its world debut at the New York International Auto Show to a standing room only crowd of media during opening press day
Applied Vehicle(s): Vehicles w/ VQ35DE Engine Difficulty Rating: Estimated Labor Time: 2½ hours Written By: tollboothwilley Estimated Total Cost: $20.00 Find related tutorials and information on your vehicle in NICOclub’s Nissan Forums & Infiniti Forums So I have a (almost) new set of valve covers that I’m installing due to the leaking oil in cylinders […]
Applied Vehicles: VQ35DE Engine Difficulty Rating: Estimated Labor Time: 2½ hours Written By: IlyaKol Estimated Total Cost: $20.00 Find related tutorials and information on your vehicle in NICOclub’s M-Series Forum / Fuga Forum Figured I’d put this out there for anyone who was interested in changing their spark plugs on their own but wasn’t feeling […]
Overview: This DIY is to help you remove the front bumper of any 1st generation Nissan Altima. Difficulty:1 Time:30 minutes Cost: $0.00 Materials: none Tools: 10MM socket / Ratchet w/ extension, Flat head screwdriver, Philips screwdriver Procedure: 1. You’ll need to get to some screws and bolts under your car so you might want to […]
First you are going to have to take a trip to your local hardware store and pick up a few things. I went to Home Depot and walked around for an hour before I came up with this idea. You need:-Saw- I used a reciprocating saw (not the best, but that’s what I had)-Drill-Hack saw […]