2014 Nissan MaximaEl Bee - Crown Point, IN11/04/2015
Comfortable leather seats. Simple but nice dash and instrumentation. Fast acceleration even with regular fuel. Premium performance even better. Fold down rear seat convenience. Excellent ventilation system. Quiet insulated glass that significantly reduces wind and exteriors noises at high speed. Pleasant Bose sound system. Ample rear seat leg room. Ample storage for cups, knickknacks, documents. A winner all around.
I test drove 11 different cars while looking for a car and the Maxima stood out above all others. Thia car has the perfect amount of trunk space for my photography gear and comfortably seats 4 people. The features such as the paddle shifters, premium seats, heated steering wheel and seats all make this car a great value compared to similarly equipped vehicles such as the Lexus IS250, Audi A4 and Hyundai Genesis and Honda Accord Sport. The Maxima falls in the middle as far as gas mileage but when you look at the power output and performance it ends up being a fair trade off.
2010 Nissan MaximaJames - Kennesaw, GA04/04/2015
The Maxima SV is very nice inside and out and offers tech that is well above what people think when they buy a Nissan. This flagship sedan offers an awesome motor (3.5L v6/290hp) that has enough power to make it a blast to drive while also being fuel efficient. The ride is smooth and the handling is great. All around love my Maxima.
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