2016 Nissan Maximakenneth black - groveland, FL10/02/2016
Love driving this car. I looked at the 2014 but the 2016 was a sportier car. Now with that said, if you are looking for more room..... the 2016 is not your car. It is more of a sports car than a sedan. The room in the back seat is less than the room in the 2014. The features that come with the a Maxima are a great value for the price.
If you've ever seen the Nissan commercial where the new dad has to trade in his 370Z sports coupe for a family hauler, but still wants to have fun (spoiler: he gets a Maxima), that commercial really rings true with this car. I, myself, am a recent father (one year now) but I still want to have fun in my suburban street pounder. The Maxima is a great fit for that.
With nearly 300 horsepower under the hood coming from Nissan's highly acclaimed and aggressive sounding VQ35 3.5 liter V6 engine, the car's got more than enough going for it to keep the blood flowing at stoplights. Couple that with a suspension that feels agile and athletic, even in the standard version, and you can't wait for the next family errand in it.
Solid Sports Sedan - better than my Infiniti G37
2013 Nissan MaximaMike Berger - Winter Springs, FL11/14/2016
Very enjoyable ride. Lots to love. I like it better than the 2013 Infiniti G37 that I leased new, though there are pros and cons to each. My only reservations with the Maxima are that the CVT transmission is kind of plodding until the accelerator is pretty far down, and the tires for the 19-inch wheels on the Sport Package are quick to lose tread and expensive to replace. Overall I would recommend enthusiastically to anyone who wants something sporty in a sedan without being completely over the top with engine power, and doesn't mind a little road noise a stiff drive that comes with a sportier vehicle.
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