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Nissan Maxima Review: Small, Sporty, And Muscled Car

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The mid-size sedan segment is a class where braggadocio plays a big role. Carmakers often describe cars that are rather mundane in performance with big enticing words.

From time to time, however, we come across a sedan that befits superlative descriptions unquestionably. One of the outstanding sedans that deserves the hype is the 2020 Nissan Maxima. It is stylish, sporty and sleek inside and outside.

It starts off with a sharp, bold and meticulously crafted grille. The engine is a V6 engine that produces a vicious 300 horsepower. Bear in mind that this engine is built by the same company that gave us the GT-R Nismo and the legendary 370Z sports cars, so there’s a bonafide legacy in the claim.

The cabin is clean, calm and comfortable with adequately responsive controls. It has stylish curves and finishing. Higher trim levels such as the SR make use of a combination of leather upholstery, simulated-suede seat inserts and contrasting orange stitching.

The single aspect for which the Maxima beats competitors is the use of a dual sport-and-luxury concept. This creates the first perception and allows customers to formulate their first ideas of the car.

The dashboard is laced with an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system that comes as standard across the Maxima range. You can use it as a touchscreen, although there are a number of redundant buttons on the center stack to allow quick access. The system is also fitted with vehicle monitoring, remote access, and emergency services.

On the overall, the Nissan Maxima is very well placed for future performance. It has impressive looks and handling, making it appealing to a wide range of buyers. Teenage drivers can floss with the ride and executive owners will as well have fun riding the maxima.

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