Pricing for the 2023 model year Nissan Altima will increase slightly, starting at $26,385 after a $1,095 destination charge.

This is for the Altima S equipped with the front-wheel-drive layout; a similarly equipped 2022 model started at $25,525 with destination. The S is one of two front-wheel-drive-only trims, joined only by the SR VC-Turbo.

The S is followed by the SV, SR, and SL trim levels, all three of which can be had with either front- or all-wheel drive. The SV AWD will cost $28,685 with destination; The SV FWD will cost a little less at $27,185, making the AWD option $1,500. For reference, last year’s SV AWD started at $27,925. The top-spec Altima SR VC-Turbo will start at $36,085. As the name suggests, it’s powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter variable compression (VC) inline-four that makes 248 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque.

The trend continues with each trim level, where the starting price increases slightly. In the 2023 model year, the Altima sees updated grille and brand logo, standard LED headlights, more wheel options and two new paint options. The interior has been updated with revised instrument panel trim.

Ours 2019 Altima Road Test ended with a standing ovation for this modern mid-size sedan. And a whole year later Long-term testing of the 2019 Altima, we agreed that it was a really nice driving experience; smooth and agile with a comfortable interior. We said at the time that Nissan was committed to supporting great sedans, and we suspect that will be true of the 2023 model as well.

https://www.motorweek.org/auto_news/this_just_in/2023-nissan-altima-sees-slight-price-increase-still-starts-in-mid-20s

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