The Nissan Maxima brands itself as a four-door sports car, but with front-wheel drive, an automated continuously variable transmission (CVT) and options to rival the big name luxury brands, it’s a practical and affordable alternative to European sport sedans.
What's New For 2016
The Maxima has been completely redesigned.
Choosing Your Nissan Maxima
All Maximas have a 3.5-liter V6 and a CVT with a sport mode for faster throttle response, improved steering feel and transmission programming. There are no options. Rather, buyers choose from five trim levels that add features progressively as they graduate from the base S to the range-topping Platinum.
Most buyers will find what they're looking for in the mid-range SV and SL. The performance-oriented SR is still a good value, though, as is the Platinum, which is a luxury car without a luxury car's price tag or pretense.
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