2020 Nissan Maxima

 2020 Nissan Maxima

2020 Nissan Maxima

When we think of sporty sedans, Nissan’s Maxima is quick to come to mind. Nissan’s new 2020 Maxima offers an upgrade on previous models without a major redesign.

The 2020 Maxima is recognized by its dominating V-motion grille at the front end, while creative paintwork seems like the roof is floating over the rest of the car’s body. Sculpted taillights, twin exhausts with chrome material on them, and chrome lip over the license plate add to the look of the 2020 Maxima.

The 2020 Maxima offers an elegant interior with a premium feel, with trunk space that is 14.3 cubic feet. The 2020 Maxima has an 8-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play. Soft-touch materials of incredible quality, sports seats that are thickly-bolstered, and a flat-bottom steering wheel all add to the feel of sitting inside.

Trim levels
Nissan’s 2020 Maxima comes in 5 trim levels: S, SV, SL, SR, and Platinum. The 2020 Maxima S comes equipped with 18-inch aluminum wheels, fog lights, auto LED headlights and a host of other features. The 2020 Maxima SV offers power lumbar support, thigh extension, and heated front seats; the SL equips active noise cancellation and enhancement, a heated steering wheel, and a panoramic sunroof. The 2020 Maxima features a surround-view camera system and 19-inch alloy wheels, while the 2020 Maxima Platinum has a power-adjusted steering column, wipers to sense rain, and a monitor for “around the view.”

Engine, transmission, and performance
Nissan’s 2020 Maxima comes equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 engine, requiring premium fuel and can deliver 300 horsepower. The continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), coupled with the high dose of engine refinement and a front-wheel-drive that brings about a smooth drive. It offers better EPA city/highway fuel economy at 23/32 mpg, and its engine is able to make 300 HP and 261 lb-ft of torque.

The 2020 Maxima offers emergency braking, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control. Remote start and door lock access, as well as vehicle monitoring, allow for its location to be tracked in the event of an emergency.

Source: Nissan