2017 Nissan Altima vs 2017 Honda Accord

If you aren’t looking for your average, run-of-the-mill midsize sedan that looks like any other car on the road and is lifeless to handle, then you’ve come to the right place.

Respected for years now, the 2017 Nissan Altima vs 2017 Honda Accord are two of the best options when it comes to finding a family car or sporty sedan that is equipped with all of the latest technology features.

The Nissan Altima and Honda Accord are frequently refreshed and redesigned to remain top-sellers within their brand names and quite frankly, to give the people what they want.
A safe, efficient, tech-savvy, comfortable, stylish car. And while both sedans are excellent options, we’d like to tell you more about why we believe the Altima pulls ahead as the stronger choice.

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2017 Nissan Altima vs 2017 Honda Accord

2.5L 4-cylinder

3.5L V6

2.4L 4-cylinder

3.5L V6
27 city/ 39 hwy mpg Fuel Economy Rating 23 city/ 32 hwy mpg


2.5 S

2.5 SR

2.5 SV

2.5 SL

3.5 SR

3.5 SL
Trim Levels



Sport SE


Yes IIHS Top Safety Pick Yes

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This was not a redesign year for either sedan, but both did undergo significant updates for 2016 and have received a few tweaks for 2017. With that being said, innovation never is put on the backburner for either of these sedans. The Nissan Altima is equipped with an assortment of entertainment, convenience, and safety features. Take for example the Advanced Drive Assist Display which allows you to customize and keep information important to you, in front of you.

There also is the NissanConnect system which offers you, as the driver, and front seat passenger the opportunity to access a world of apps and hands-free options. Place a call, answer texts, change the station, and even receive turn-by-turn directions all by voice command or by using the color touchscreen before you. And whatever it is that you might be listening to, enjoy it through the rich, clear sound of a Bose Premium Audio System.

In addition to having all of the latest gizmos and gadgets, the Nissan Altima really takes the lead when it comes to fuel efficiency while delivering a fun-to-drive, responsive sedan. The 2017 Nissan Altima is available in seven trim levels with names that coordinate with the engine beneath the hood. Paired with Nissan’s continuously variable transmission, the Nissan Altima is able to earn up to 27 city/ 39 hwy mpg while creating 179 horsepower. Upper trim levels are powered by the 270-horsepower 3.5L V6 which still manages an impressive fuel economy rating of 22 city/32 hwy mpg.

Drivers interested in learning more about the Nissan Altima and how it compares to other worthy competitors are welcomed to come by Glendale Nissan. We would be more than happy to tell you more and encourage you to sign up for a test drive!

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