The midsize sedan segment is a competitive class, but the Maxima has stood the test of time as one of the most popular family sedans. The 2016 is quickly becoming a consumer favorite due to its full redesign that enhances its sporty and upscale qualities even further.
The 2016 Maxima exudes more dramatic styling and consumers are giddy over its new sleek looks. While the Maxima's good looks may be one of the top selling points, another is the great perks these good looks provide. Nissan built the Maxima a bit differently for 2016, providing it with an extra 2.2 inches in length and 1.3 inches closer to the ground. Structural rigidity has increased, while curb weight drops – changes that contribute to the Maxima's improved fuel efficiency and handling.
|Engine Size:||3.5 L|
|Fuel Economy:||22/30 mpg|
If there's one thing consumers applaud the Maxima for it's the luxury it provides at a low price. The interior of the 2016 Maxima is a consumer favorite, made up of more upscale appeal than ever before. Materials have only gotten better, soft-touch surfaces hit all the key spots and its zero-gravity seats are some of the most comfortable around. Upper Maxima trims offer the most premium and sporty flavor due to items like leather and simulated-suede upholstery.
Technology is by far the most enjoyed perk for consumers of the Maxima, especially the eight-inch touchscreen interface that comes with a redundant control dial that enables drivers multiple ways to control the interfaces various functions. Pairing the interface to a smartphone enables this system to read incoming text messages aloud via audio speakers – a hands-free safety perk that consumers are extremely pleased about.
On top of the mega list of qualities the 2016 Maxima offers, it also boasts five fully-loaded trim levels that are designed to suit the needs of most consumers. The base S model is actually a consumer favorite, offering more than the average entry-level sedan. It features automatic headlights, fog lights, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, power front seats, auto-dimming rearview mirrors and more. Electronics are well above the norm for the base S, too. Consumers love how user-friendly everything is, from the eight-inch touchscreen display and navigation system to rearview camera. The eight-speaker sound system with satellite and HD radio and six-CD changer is also a consumer favorite.
With a test drive you are sure to want your own. To learn how to make the 2016 Nissan Maxima your own, visit our Nissan dealership at 3830 Easton-Nazareth Highway in Easton, PA. We are near to Emmaus and Allentown.