Nissan Maxima is being advertised as a “sports sedan” by the Japanese Automotive giant. And rightly so, it is one of the sportiest sedans. The aggressive front fascia, angular headlamps, prominent body lines, and the machine-finished alloy wheels do lend it a distinctive styling. Under the hood, you’ll find a naturally aspirated 3.5L V6 unit that gives this sedan the power of 300 horses. The interior of the Maxima is one of the best in the segment. It is adorned with premium materials. Wherever you lay hands, you’ll feel high class stuff. The seats are also extremely comfortable and come with leather upholstery. The flat-bottom steering wheel only adds to the sportiness of the car.
The Maxima, along with the Toyota Avalon, is one of the few shining stars in the full-size sedan segment. This segment has been fast fading away in the US, and the Maxima is trying hard to sway back customers to the full-size segment.
- Sporty exterior shell
- All trims are feature-rich
- Well designed and comfortable interiors
- Upgraded infotainment system
- Excellent handling
- Low legroom in the rear seats
- Smaller cargo space than some of its prime rivals
- Stiff suspension of the SR trim
Nissan Maxima Brochures By Year
|2019 Nissan Maxima Brochure|
|2018 Nissan Maxima Brochure|
|2017 Nissan Maxima Brochure|
|2016 Nissan Maxima Brochure|
Nissan Maxima Exterior Pictures
Nissan Maxima Interior Pictures
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