|2013 Nissan Maxima Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine|
2013 Nissan Maxima.
2013 Nissan Maxima Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. - 2013 Nissan Maxima
would probably get a midcycle freshening, which means less styling changes to the grille and front fascia, perhaps new taillight lenses, redesigned probably wheels, and perhaps some updated interior details. Nissan could tweak it a little more power, but not if it means lower fuel economy.
Change the appearance of the anticipated for 2012 Maxima will be counted as a refreshing midcycle for a car that traces the current design of the model year 2009. That’s when the Nissan Maxima’s pulse restored by refocusing on the sporty character who won this Legion fans at sedan the early 1990s. 2013 Maxima will still be shouldered rectangular doors, different in styling, personality, and Nissan Altima sedan price from roughly the same as a stock design and powertrain underskin base V-6. Maxima feels heavier and more refined in the street than the Altima. And it confirms the nature of the upper classes with plusher cabin, one of the emphasis the feel for the driver and front passenger to special station.
While it doesn't live up to its "four-door sports car" billing, Nissan's full-size Maxima sedan is still one of the more engaging rides in its segment thanks to a firm suspension and a rorty V6. These features, along with a comfortable and high-quality interior, make the Maxima a worthy option for those seeking a large sedan with a dash of excitement. First introduced in 2009, the current generation Maxima recently received a modest update that included a few styling tweaks. The car is visually defined by pointed "fish hook" headlights, muscular haunches and a wide stance.
Trim Level Breakdown :
The Maxima is offered in S and SV trim levels. The entry level S is outfitted with dual-zone automatic climate control, an eight speaker audio system with a six-disc CD changer and an AUX input jack, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity, a sunroof, power-adjustable front seats and 18 inch aluminum alloy wheels.
The SV adds leather upholstery, a Bose audio system, fog lights and universal garage door opener. Three optional equipment packages are available for the SV trim. The SV Value Package brings heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated outside mirror. The SV Sport Package includes a performance tuned suspension, 19-inch aluminum wheels, sport themed grille and headlights and a rear spoiler, newly included in the pack for the latest model year is a climate controlled driver's seat, a seven inch color monitor, USB connectivity, an iPod net in center console and a rear parking camera. Finally, the SV Premium Package brings a dual panel sunroof, cherry wood tone interior trim and a rear window power sunshade.
2012 Nissan Maxima Price and Release Date :
Release date for the Nissan Maxima 2012 will likely end of the summer or early fall 2011. Estimated base price for the Nissan Maxima 3.5 s 2012 is $ 32,000 and estimated price base for Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV 2012 is $ 35,000.
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