The guys are back with a track test review of the 2014 Nissan Altima. Equipped with the 2.5L 4-cylinder engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission, this car is definitely not designed for track flogging. That might seem a bit silly to review a car like this on the track, but the racetrack tells us things about the car that relate to rear-world driving without having to worry about traffic, other people, or hurting the car or ourselves.
Both Nathan and Roman are surprised at the Nissan on the track. No, it’s not a sports car but it does turn in a respectable time. What time is that? You’ll have to watch the video below.
Also, the video addresses the question more in-depth on why we review cars on the track, with explanations of the testing procedures by both Roman and Nathan. Check it out!
Chad Kirchner is a freelance automotive journalist with a sincere passion for the industry and helping people. He’s a member of the Midwest Automotive Media Association and the Texas Auto Writers Association. When not writing about the latest automotive news or vehicles, you can catch him at car shows around the country. Be sure to check him out on social media, including Google+ and Twitter.