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Old 11-07-2006, 05:31 PM   #11
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2005 Nissan Altima Se-R
0-60 in 6.1
1/4 mi in 14.8 - not sure if these are manual or automatic numbers
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I still dont believe it even seeing it with my own eyes. Thats only because I have seen hose dumb *** R'* in Autozone in the Rice section.
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Old 11-07-2006, 05:32 PM   #13
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I gotta get me one of those...lol
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plus you can get coilover suspension, cold air intake, brake upgrades, and more goodies factory installed

nismo>GM performance parts
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Toasty already posted the pic, so if it doesn't look like that, and has an "R" on it, it'* fake. I've seen a few of the SE-R'* around. Nice cars (overpriced though IMO).

That "R" pic you posted is not the same "R" badge on the car....is that the exact "R" that was on it?
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they are good cars with an even better drivetrain.
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Gotta throw my hat in the ring here too. They are great cars, pricey for sure. Not as quick as a modified S2 L67, but more of a complete package IMO in terms of styling, interior, transmission, handling.

I would get one w/ the manual in a heartbeat (can't remember if they are 5 or 6 spds though)
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The Altima'* interior still lacks IMO, though it has improved. My friend'* 03 is really boring, the doors look cheap, the seats are boring. But it'* no SE-R! I do like the craftsmanship and the materials used. The SE-R'* interior looks better than the everyday Altima by far.
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I dunno, I have to say I was a fan of the interior. But I'm a sucker for all sorts of little storage-y things (something the Bonne lacked, to be honest) and metal looking pieces.
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Quote:
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Mike..lookey up

He didn't add...it'* stock.
just like this badge?
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http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h8...a/IMG00561.jpg
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