2010 Nissan Altima Coupe: Party of One
Party of one — that’s what the 2010 Nissan Altima Coupe does best, make a single person’s get around town peppy and look good while doing it. The sedan is in the new grocery getter segment, but the Altima coupe is no family car. Think of it as the muted version of the 370Z, spicy with mild + sauce and a design scheme that shares definite traits with the sister Infiniti G37. The Altima Coupe has more spunk than the average front-engine coupe with the scrappy 3.5 liter V6 engine, which is a healthy compromise for an all out sports car that cranks 270-horsepower and 258 lb-ft. in its respectable shell. On the roads Altima responds with a fair amount of vigor under the guise of sport suspension.
The interior is what makes the Altima Coupe best for solo missions. It’ son the cramped side with awkward seat belts and a backseat that requires contortions to climb in. The optional sound system delivers easy-to-use technologies and resonant Bose sound.