It’s been said that the more things change, the more they stay the same; however this is only partially true in the case of the 2016 Maxima. Nissan knew that their 2015 model had many features that drivers enjoyed, but they weren’t satisfied with providing a good option. Instead, they wanted to provide a great one. The reimaged and reenergized version of the Nissan offers the user-friendly appeal of its predecessor while simultaneously helping drivers benefit from the latest technology in the automotive industry.
Appearance and Aesthetic Design: Lower and Longer
The Nissan Sport Sedan caught on in 2015 in large part due to its sleek appearance. Nissan has stuck with that concept, but made a few modifications. The vehicle is now 1.3 inches lower and 2.2 inches longer than the previous generation’s design. It is also lighter, which helps the Maxima achieve improved performance on the road.
An Improved Engine For Better Performance
Aesthetics are important, but any smart driver knows that the importance of a car’s technical specs cannot be understated. Nissan realizes this as well, and they’ve equipped the 2016 model with a totally reworked 300-horsepower 3.5-liter VQ-series V6 engine and a new Xtronic transmission for improved performance. The effects are apparent: increased performance and a fifteen percent increase in highway fuel efficiency.
Designed To Improve Driver Comfort and Control
The new Maxima is made to be focused on the driver. A re-angled center stack puts controls easily within each, while a new Display Commander control allows for fingertip control of the primary display. Ambient lighting, a sleek padded interior with contrasted stiching, and premium ascot leather seating make this car extremely user friendly.
See The Future For Yourself, Today!
All great industries know the importance of adapting to change and striving for continued improvement. Visit Lee Nissan in Fort Walton Beach Florida today in order to see just how much the Maxima has been improved!
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