Earlier this year, the automaker announced a major change to its vehicle portfolio, shifting to around 90% trucks, utilities, and commercial vehicles by 2020.
Nissan's sixth-generation 2019 Altima will retail for at least $24,645, a $490 increase from the outgoing model. The midsize sedan is adding new optional and standard equipment including a new turbocharged engine, all-wheel-drive, and five new safety technologies.
Nissan's 2019 Armada eight-passenger large SUV includes several new safety features as standard equipment.
Fleets are gravitating away from sedans and toward SUVs/crossovers, due in part to their improved MPG, roomier interior, and AWD options.
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado LT will be larger, more capable, more fuel efficient, and feature a starting at MSRP that is up to $700 less than the outgoing model.