Small Safety Tech Changes Come to the Altima for 2020

What’s New for the 2020 Nissan Altima 

The Nissan Altima entered a whole new generation last year for 2019, so with the 2020 model year approaching, what can we expect as far as changes? Well, for the most part, the Altima will be a carryover for 2020, but there are some new changes for the model that drivers will want to know about if they are considering the sedan for their next vehicle purchase. 

The big change for 2020 has to do with the advanced safety technologies on the Altima. For the upcoming model year, the car will still have the exclusive Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies like ProPilot Assist, but some safety tech is more attainable. 

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The Altima’s Nissan Safety Shield 360 for 2020 

To put it simply, Safety Shield 360 technology is either standard or available on the Altima, depending on the trim level you get. The entry level trim, the S model, will have the new Driver Assist Package. Included in the list of safety tech for the entry level model is Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking. 

But, if you opt for the SR trim, other safety tech will now be available to you for the 2020 model. Adding to those safety technologies above, you’ll get Lane Departure Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. There is also a rather unique safety system in the industry, which is the Rear Automatic Braking system so that you can have some peace of mind whether driving forward or backward. 

You’ll still have all the same popular features from the 2019 Altima as well, even if you buy the 2020 model, and that includes the option of two different engines. To learn more or to get behind the wheel, feel free to contact us at Charlie Clark Nissan El Paso

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