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U.S.-Built Nissan Altima Approved for New York City's Taxi Fleet

gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
edited October 2014 in Nissan
Nissan Americas today confirmed that, beginning immediately, the U.S.-built Nissan Altima has been approved for use in New York City’s taxi cab fleet by the City’s Taxi & Limousine Commission (TLC). Currently, approximately 306 hybrid-electric (HEV) Nissan Altima units are in use as taxi cabs on New York City streets. In a rule-making meeting today, TLC officials extended approval to include the non-HEV version of Altima, a top-selling sedan in the United States.

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This is a sad new as an Altima owner for the last 9 years. I think the resale value will go down hill from here :cry: :confuse:

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  • freddytttfreddyttt Posts: 8
    Depends.... stock Altima maybe yes. loaded Altima prolly not.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    Well, I think Nissan shouldn't try so hard to trash the "Altima" brand. I think most people agree that fleet sale does no good to any brand. I wouldn't want to own or drive a Crown Vic even if I can find one really cheap.
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