New Nissan Maxima -

Nissan Maxima

New Nissan Maxima Price, Pictures, and Specs -
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The Maxima is Nissan’s main sports sedan. Having received a major facelift for the 2016 model year, the Maxima has sporty styling cues such as the low, aggressive stance, dual-exhaust finished with chrome tips, and a “floating roof” design melding the vehicles window pillars into the glass in a seamless, clean design.
The Nissan Maxima is powered by a 300-hp 3.5L V6 partnered to a redesigned Xtronic CVT transmission. The redesigned CVT allows for cleaner, crisper gear changes and increased fuel economy. The also has a sport mode allowing for you to have a more sporty driving experience with it’s sharper throttle response, heavier, more direct steering, and a more pronounced engine note. An adaptive suspension is available for higher trims and Nissan even claims that this clever suspension makes the Maxima more rigid than a Porsche Cayman.
The interior is where things really become interesting for the Maxima. The cabin has been totally redesigned to the point where you might mistake it for more Jaguar and less Nissan. A sporty, flat bottom steering wheel and central display screen flanked by traditional gauges greet you as you sit behind the wheel. Next to you the remote start button and multimedia interface are at your fingertips while the large touchscreen makes the cabin a tech lover’s dream. Nissan’s Zero Gravity Front Seats provide just the right amount of bolstering for those curving roads while also being comfortable for those long trips. Climate controlled front seats are also available with different settings to suit you perfectly.
The Nissan Maxima may not be your first pick when in the market for a sports family sedan but after looking at what this vehicle offers combined with a starting price just over $30,000 perhaps the Maxima is worth a second... or third look. The Nissan Maxima competes against the Chevrolet Impala, Ford Taurus, and the Toyota Avalon.

The Stats
Starting Price: $32,410
Engine: 3.5L V6
Horsepower: 300
Torque: 261 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 5.7 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 22/30 mpg
Safety Rating: 5 Stars.

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