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Nissan Altima Hybrid OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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South Bend, Indiana
The overall maneuverability of the vehicle is excellent.
The 2004 Trailblazer LS looks and handles much like any other family automobile. That however is where the similarity ends. It has many special added features which are just not found in your average automobile. In addition to these bonus features, the 2004 Trailblazer LS performs well as both an on the road automobile as well as an off the road vehicle. It is very comforting to have so much traction and maneuverability in reduce traction situations that include snow and ice and muddy roads.
The vehicle handles well and has great acceleration for a hybrid.
My Altima Hybrid gives me great gas mileage and doesn't sacrifice power. My Altima does not have a noticeable difference between the non-hybrid models that Nissan sells when it comes to acceleration. The transmission is done in a way so that there is no jerking of the car when it shifts gears, which leads to a very smooth ride. The car has fluid motion during turns and steering. The keyless entry and start are a dream. You can just keep your keys in your pocket and not worry about getting into your vehicle or starting the car.
Maryland City, Maryland
Solid Commuter Car
After driving this car for six years and 93,000 miles, I have had no problems. I replaced the tires at 90,000 miles, but they still had miles left. I average 39-40 miles per gallon, and I fill up once every five-six weeks. Maintenance is relatively inexpensive, but it does require the more expensive synthetic oil. It is a comfortable car, but it does feel a little heavy in turns. Its turning radius is larger than I would expect for a mid-size car making it awkward in tight garages. Trunk space is about half the size of a standard Altima.