2016 Nissan Maxima Reviews from Trophy Nissan
Nissan's flagship sedan soars into 2016 almost unrecognizable. Showcasing an athletic new body shape, premium interior finishes and a performance-oriented powertrain, the all-new 2016 Nissan Maxima proves itself as a major contender that's worth a long, hard look. Perfect for Mesquite commuters, local families and everyday drivers looking for some extra power, the 2016 Nissan Maxima near Dallas is a capable "4-door sports car" that goes the extra mile.
Nissan held nothing back when redesigning the all-new Maxima. One look at the interior and it is clear the Maxima holds its own when compared with luxury rivals. Not only is the sedan incredibly spacious with plenty of room for five and folding rear seats, but it is also innovative with a standard 8-inch touch monitor equipped with NissanConnect and navigation services. In addition, the hands-free text messaging software, remote engine start system and available Bose audio system create an advanced atmosphere marked for convenience.
Staying true to the Maxima's reputation of safety, this year's model comes standard with an advanced airbag system, Vehicle Dynamic Control and LATCH safety seat anchors, while Driver Attention Alert, Blind Spot Warning and Predictive Forward Collision software are optional for that extra piece of mind.
The 2016 Maxima's head-turning exterior design has been called one of the sedan's best features by Motortrend's 2016 Nissan Maxima review. If there was any question about the Maxima's 4-door sports car title, it was quelled at first sight of this new athletic style. Based on the Nissan Sport Sedan Concept, the all-new exterior is a revised version of the classic car with low and wide proportions, a floating roof appearance, a bold V-Motion front grille and dual chrome exhaust finishers.
Of course, it's the engine that truly makes this year's Maxima a winning choice. Equipped with a 3.5-L V6 rated at 300 horsepower, the 2016 Nissan Maxima in Mesquite stuns from the very first press of the pedal. This doesn't come at the cost of efficiency, though. Thanks to a new Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT), the Maxima's EPA-estimated highway fuel economy is raised by a full 15 percent this model year.
The perfect commuter, carpooler or everyday carrier, the all-new Maxima is sleek, affordable and fun. Interested in learning more? Check out the rest of our 2016 Nissan Maxima review or test drive one of our models in Mesquite today!