1990 Nissan Laurel Altima GTS 2.4
Battery changed @ 96000 km.
Distribution belt changed @ 96000 km.
Great car, but it has a very high fuel consumption (about 6 km per litre).
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th September, 2000
I have a 1991 Nissan Laurel Altima 2.0 liter manual transmission at 130K km. It is very comfortable car, but the engine is noisy and spare parts are very expensive.
I have the same car (ha31) Transmission (auto) -Fourth gear failed.
I have Nissan Laurel Altima 2.0 SGL, it has a noisy engine but you feel the power inside of your body. Engine is roaring like a lion. It has so much fuel consumption but try to show its carburetor to an expert so that it will decrease the consumption of fuel.
I have a Nissan Laurel Altima 2.4 GTS-R and I get between 6 to 6.5 km/l. I like SO much. You can't find too much documentation etc on the Internet, but it's sporty, and in today's new class of engines it still runs smooth as silk.
Mine has an I-6 2.4 liter engine with 4 speed auto with overdrive. But when you put the pedal to the metal it's one of the few automatic rear-wheel drives that can screech the tires going from 2nd to 3rd gear. Fantastic!
I have a Altima 2.0 litre model 1991. I do not have any infomation about the HP or torque of this car, the maximum speed that I could test is about 175 KM/H and I think the carburettor is not good,
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I have been driving Laurels for quite sometime now. I am currently drive a 92 Altima which I absolutely adore. It is very comfortable, powerful (I have the 2.4L - 6 Cylinders). I have no idea why some of its spare parts are a bit expensive though. Perhaps the car was never manufactured in Europe? I would love to hear more on that. The fuel consumption averages KM per liter. I can deal with that as long as the car requires VERY LITTLE maintenance. I absolutely love it.