The Nissan Maxima started its existence as the luxury model manufactured by the Japanese brand. Marketed as the “four-door sports car”, the origins of the Maxima date back to 1976. It’s been about for years since the current version of the sedan was introduced and it was about time Nissan did some changes to its product. So, here we have the 2014 Nissan Maxima available to be acquired.
Getting over its undeserved “sports car” label, the Nissan Maxima still promises an engaging ride mostly thanks to a firm suspension and a powerful V6 3.5-liter engine producing 290 bhp( 216 Kw), along with a nice and cosy interior. Don’t expect to get to many novelties from this Nissan move. The updates are modest. The 2014 Nissan Maxima is already on sale and it comes in more versions. This way we have a Limited Package for the 3.5 S variant, which consists of xenon smoked headlights, fog lights, a set of 18 inch alloy wheels, compass in rearview mirror, a back spoiler and some metallic inserts. For all these, the client has to pay around 31,000 USD.
When it comes to the 3.5 S V version of the Nissan Maxima, its price begins at 34,090 USD. This means a higher price than before, and this is explainable since the vehicle received some extra options. The vehicle is equipped with a seven inch QVGA color screen, a RearView Monitor, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, USB connectivity and xenon headlights. In order to keep its clients satisfied, the Japanese come up with two new paint schemes, the Midnight Garnet and the Gun Metallic.
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