The Japanese brand has just announced pricing on its new 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid sedan. Sporting a hybrid powertrain technology that Nissan has licensed from its archrival Toyota, the car targets the 10 “green states” that offer impressive incentives to residents opting for more fuel-efficient and less polluting means of transportation.
Starting at $24,400, the gasoline-electric vehicle will feature EPA fuel economy of 42 mpg City and 36 mpg Highway cycle.
The vehicle, which is going to compete against hybrid-powered versions of Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, is subject to a tax credit of $2,350 in all the Green states that have adopted California emissions regulations.
The new Nissan Altima Hybrid is offered in only one trim but features three option packages — Convenience Package, Connection Package (with either Sirius or XM satellite radio) and Technology Package.
Its list of standard equipment includes 16-inch alloy wheels, Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, power windows/door locks, 6-speaker AM/FM/CD system with auxiliary audio input jack, ABS, VDC, TCS and dual-zone automatic temperature control.
The new Altima Hybrid is available at Nissan dealerships in California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
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