What is the most common car in Delaware?
I’ve moved to a more remote area in Delaware, and getting around is a bit inconvenient. I guess it’s time to get a new car! I haven’t really thought of what car to get but figured I can start with learning what’s popular here.
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Having a car sure makes getting around more efficient! The most common car in Delaware is the Nissan Altima. From J.D. Power, this crowd favorite rates 85 out of 100 for quality and reliability—making it a great everyday car for many drivers.
The Altima starts at $24,550 with a standard 2.5L 4-cylinder engine that is capable of producing 188 hp. An optional turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder will push the car up to 248 hp but will require premium fuel to reach its potential.
This stylish midsize sedan comes in five trim levels:
- SR VC-Turbo
Although the Nissan Altima does not offer a hybrid or electric trim, it is still remarkably fuel-efficient for its class.
Other notable features include:
- A quiet and spacious cabin
- Comfortable seating
- Forward-collision warning
- Automated emergency braking
The SV trim and above are also equipped with additional safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, high-beam assist, and rear cross-traffic alert.
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