So we got a Nissan Altima V6 Coupe
We have a familiar car over here, but only from the driver’s seat. The cabin is shared with the Altima sedan, with the exception of an actual handbrake replacing the sedan’s parking foot-brake and three front cup-holders, so Coupe buyers only have two cup-holders up front. Other differences include cramped rear legroom, a manual passenger seat for quick rear access, possibly less headroom, and very interesting exterior styling, even if a bit bloated-looking.
A five-minute initial drive reveals the same flaws that affected the Altima sedan, namely dead-soft steering and pedal feel, so driving it isn’t as engaging as an Accord Coupe. It remains to be seen if handling is better than the Altima sedan.