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    Doh! Nissan Accidentally Reveals The 2013 Altima

    William Maley

    Editor/Reporter - CheersandGears.com

    February 28, 2012

    Every few months or so, an automaker inadvertently reveals their new vehicle before an auto show. Case in point is Nissan which showed their new 2013 Altima in a new video. The video, celebrating 30 years of production at Nissan Technical Center, shows for a brief moment a very pre-production 2013 Altima undergoing some tests. We can see the new headlights, swoopy bodywork and a new, sharper grille.

    Nissan has since then pulled down the video and replaced it with another, but thanks to Inside Line, they grabed a couple of screen shots.

    Source: Inside Line

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    it seems to revert back to the vanilla / odd / ancient Japan sort of look Nissan had prior to the 03 or whatever Altima......actually it's not offensive or bad even and the change of pace from their worn out Altima look of the past decade is nice.

    But it certainly doesn't stand out....... Chevy's new Malibu is much more distinctive. As long as Nissan can keep pimping them on 200 dollar leases they will be ok. Ford's new Fusion is nicer but not stunning either.

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