Specs Overview

  • Price (MSRP)
    $ 34,400
    Fuel Type
  • Engine Name
    Engine: 3.5L V 6 and Variable Valve Timing
    Transmission Name
    Transmission, Xtronic Continuously Variable Automatic
  • Trim
    3.5 S Sedan
    Standard L/100km
    11.1 City / 7.8 Hwy
  • Horsepower
  • Body Style
    Seating Capacity (Std/Max)

Safety Ratings

  • IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Frontal Crash Rating
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Side Impact
  • IIHS Side Impact
    IIHS Rood Strength
  • IIHS Rear Crash Protect/Head Restraint Rating


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2017 Nissan Maxima News and Reviews

2017 Nissan Maxima Receives Updated Packages, Apple CarPlay

Nissan released updated pricing and package info for the 2017 Nissan Maxima. For 2017, the Maxima adds Apple CarPlay, and increases the overall MSRP of each trim level by a scant $50 USD.Prices remain nearly untouched, aside from a tiny $50 USD bump across the board. New prices begin at $33,395 USD for the Maxima S, and climb up to…
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2016 Nissan Maxima, Volkswagen Passat Earn IIHS TSP+ Award

Two new sedans have earned the coveted Top Safety Pick+ award from the U. S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. First up is the new 2016 Nissan Maxima, which performed better than the previous generation model and is the automaker's second vehicle to earn the TSP+ designation. Also earning top marks is the recently refreshed 2016 Volkswagen Passat.The Institute gave…
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Nissan Maxima: 2016 Motor Trend Car of the Year Contender

We Like: A 300-hp V-6 and superior CVT programming.We Don't Like: Too many exterior lines that create an aggressive but confusing look.The 2016 Nissan Maxima is either too big or too small, depending on what segment you place it in. But whether seen as a big midsize car or a small large car, the Maxima provides a strong exterior design,…
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Cars That Look Like They’re Wearing a Halloween Mask or Costume

For Halloween, we dress up in costumes that we hope are unique or scary enough to cause the entire neighborhood to shriek in terror. Cars, like costumes, come in all shapes, sizes, and appearances, so you can easily complement that costume. Vampires and robotic amphibians, Darth Vader and jelly beans—pretty much everything is represented in automotive form, which gives you…
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2016 Nissan Maxima First Test Review

The 2016 Nissan Maxima is NOT a four-door Miata, so join me in ignoring the car’s 4DSC (four-door sports car) marketing references straight away. Once you do, you’re left with a damned good SPMS—a semi-premium midsize sedan. For a front-drive car with a $30,000-$40,000 USD price range, the quick 2016 Maxima is a high-quality package that should find favor with…
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