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As a car evolves over decades, each generation sees various aspects of the automobile gain incremental improvements, usually in tandem. In other words, alongside styling upgrades the car would benefit from engine advancements, better suspension and handling, comfort, a more refined cabin, as well as revisions in a host of other areas. However, I don't blame the car: Its current disposition is, in my opinion, a result of the nature of the car industry. As far as the car market is concerned, time passes more slowly in the Middle East than in the West, which is why if you search online for this year's Altima, the car that will show up looks nothing like the one being offered here and in other regional markets, but rather like a slightly more compact version of the very stylish Maxima.Still, although it looks radically different, for the most part it's not a different car – it's still the fifth-generation Altima that's offered here, but with refreshed front and rear fasciae, tweaks in the six-speed CVT transmission and some minor cabin revisions, all of which will eventually find their way here at some point later in the year.This is basically a reasonably priced family car that's meant to transport you in comfort and look attractive on the outside.
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