2016 Nissan Altima vs 2016 Honda Accord

 
2016 Altima vs 2016 Accord
The 2016 Nissan Altima is poised to meet the challenge of the 2016 Honda Accord. both received mid-cycle updates with changes to everything from their looks to their features. Now that they have been redesigned, the Altima has made itself even more of a match for the Accord.
Features
Features is where the Altima really pulls away from the Accord. Both the Altima and Accord offer a long list of basic features including Bluetooth streaming audio, hands-free text messaging and a color audio display. The Altima has added Siri Eyes Free to its list of available features. Push button start is STANDARD across the Altima line-up and available on Honda EX and higher editions. Nissan develped its seating based on NASA technology. These zero gravity seats aren't found on the Accord. Only the 2016 Nissan Altima comes with the trademark Nisaan Immobilizer System, where the engine cannot be started without a registered key - keeping your car safe. The Altima also boasts more overall headroom and more rear legroom than its rival. The Accord can claim a bigger trunk by 0.4 cubic feet, bu tthe Altima's trunk has a wider opening and standard fold-down rear seats, which are offered only on higher trim editions of the Accord.
 
Safety
The 2016 Nissan Altima goes head to head with the 2016 Honda Accord when it comes to issues of safety. The Altima has proven itself with a five-star NHTSA ratings and Top Safety Picks from the Insurance Institute. The Altima now offers STANDARD blind spot warning on the SV and higher editions. Like the Honda Accord, the Altima also offers lane watch and adaptive cruise control. Forward emergency braking makes life safer by automating the car's response to a collision warning. Nissan takes this idea to the next level by introducing a predictive system that looks many car lengths ahead. Another Altima class-exclusive is moving object detection which improves reverse maneuver safety. The unique Around View camera can reveal the vehicle's entire 360-degree perimeter better than the standard rear view camera. It's safe to say that this year the 2016 Nissan Altima has raised the bar on advanced crash features.