As 2018 draws to a close we have a lot in store for us in 2019, and we look forward to them with anticipation. One of the things people are looking forward to are the newest batch of their favorite cars. Even though not every single auto gets a revamp, people still anticipate this every year.
And why shouldn’t they? With a new version comes brand-new features that will further enhance the overall experience dedicated drivers and passengers experience. Aside from everything under the hood though, newer variants will likely receive an upgrade in the aesthetics department as well.
Nissan has a good track record when it comes to new variant reveals, as they are known to not only enhance almost everything under the hood, but they make sure their customers won’t be disappointed with how the vehicles look either.
For 2019, Nissan has yet again proven they are worth the people’s regard. There are a lot of improvements that have been happening, and some of the old features we know and love are still here to stay. Although we won‘t be able to cover every single detail of each car, we’ve laid down some of the updates regarding Nissan’s lineup for 2019.
2019 Nissan Altima
Five years after its last update, Nissan’s best-selling sedan is now getting a welcome upgrade. 2019 is going to feature the sixth-generation Nissan Altima, and it is definitely something loyal customers and fans should look out for.
On the outside, the changes are already quite evident as the new Altima now has a sporty, more aggressive look, if you will. It is longer, lower, and wider than the fifth-gen, and also has a ProPilot Assist cruise control added on top of its electronic safety features.
It’s also said to have an all-wheel drive-capable variant, which is something that is rarely seen in sedans. Its 2-liter unit engine also offers outstanding fuel-efficiency, a core consideration of Nissan’s engineers when they designed the vehicle. Sleek on the outside, and strong on the inside, the 2019 Altima is something enthusiasts will want to have.
2019 Nissan Rogue
Among all cars except the pickup trucks, the Nissan Rogue was the second best-selling vehicle in the US in 2017. This is a great jump from the previous year’s performance, and the next generation only serves to enhance the already impressive gamut of features the Rogue offers.
Riding the wave of the crossover craze, the Rogue is expected to continue its impressive performance, as the newest model also features the ProPilot Assist, as well as various other convenience and safety gear. Aside from the electronic features, it also has an enhanced engine with greater fuel efficiency than ever.
Despite fierce competition in the space, the Nissan Rogue still continues to perform well due to its combination of comparable affordability and impressive host of features that allow drivers to go where they want in style.
2019 Nissan Terra
Being just as anticipated as this year, the 2019 version of the Nissan Terra is expected to launch within the first three months of the year. This has yet to be confirmed though, so keep your ears on the ground for more updates.
Going with the trend of rugged and aggressive, yet elegant and stylish, the 2019 Terra showcases all of the hard work the company has put into this model. Its new 2.3L v6 engine packs a lot of power, and it has the capability to generate up to 233 pounds-feet in torque.
Compared to other vehicles in its category, the Nissan Terra is actually quite fuel-friendly. It is said that if you were to drive within the city, you should get around 29km per gallon. Take it to the highway, however, and you’ll squeeze out around almost 40km per gallon.
2019 Nissan Navara
When you look at the 2019 Navara from the outside, the first thing you’ll notice is how it doesn’t look that much different from the previous variant. Despite it looking the same, that couldn’t be farther from the truth when we head inside.
With its upgraded dual-rate progressive rear coil spring, as well as the improved steering system, the driving experience will be totally different from what most are used to. Even on loose surfaces, the control the driver gets from the car is on a different class entirely.
The aforementioned new coil springs will be delivering more stability and comfort for those inside, and even when the truck bed is filled, the suspension dip is better than before. All in all, customers should expect a smoother, controlled experience whether you’re up front or in the back.