2019 Nissan Maxima: Athletic. Luxurious. Is it in Your Budget?
The 2019 Maxima is rightly touted as a four-door sports car. The car gives you excellent speed, and handling, combined with style, and though if it goes toe-to-toe with the 2-seaters, it will usually come second, but if you fit 4 people in both vehicles and increase the race distance to a few hundred miles, then the Nissan Maxima will shine through.
Its 3.5L V6 engine provides an impressive 300 Hp, and its acceleration is a breezy 5.8 seconds to go from 0 to 60 mph. Now, this is definitely like a sports-car. But the fact that the Maxima does so even after it has the excess space and the roomy interiors make it particularly impressive. Coming to its interiors, they are beautiful. Most sports cars go spartan in their interiors to somehow convey a stronger engine and a more driven mentality. The Maxima goes the other way and is replete with a luxurious interior, beautiful seats, and a very nifty infotainment center. Thus you can just as easily enjoy a lazy ride in the car as you can engage in a fast spin to get the adrenaline going. It does have slightly less space in the back and even less in the trunk, but that is expected from a car that moves so fast while looking so regal.
The exterior looks exceptional as well, and here is the reason why most 2-seaters are jealous. It looks great and it handles better and it turns the notion of spartan 2-seaters on its head.
It is a little pricey, but you are not paying exclusively for engine performance or utility. If you are into this car, then you are also going for luxury and style. This car is for a discerning buyer, and not someone jacked up on facts about what constitutes what category of vehicle. To learn more about this work of ingenuity, read the 2019 Maxima brochure but do so at your own risk. You will fall in love with this car, and then you will have to have it.
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