Though the 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid is only available in the eight states that have accepted the California Emissions standards, the Altima Hybrid is desirable to those who just want to save money on ever-rising gas prices. If getting 43 city/36 highway isn’t enough of a bargain, the $2,350 tax credit on the 2007 Altima Hybrid is an extra great incentive. The styling on the Altima Hybrid is just like the regular Altima with the same interior and exterior options are available on the hybrid version; the only obvious difference (besides the impressive fuel economy) is the subtle badging. The Altima Hybrid still has the 2.5L gas engine (once you hit 43 mph, full gas power cuts on), but it also has electric power. The batteries are stored in the trunk, but are unobtrusive, leaving you plenty of trunk space.
Check out our 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid Video and let us know how it stacks up to its competitors, like the Prius or the Civic Hybrid.
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