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The 2017 Nissan Maxima in Cerritos shares the features and performance of a luxury sports sedan while keeping a modest price. The sleek exterior makes a statement with bold curves, while new accessory packages include sportier upgrades that create a racecar-like aura. The cabin, designed with high-quality materials and a variety of comfort features, rivals that of high-end sedans. A round of technological and safety updates are the cherry on top of this masterpiece. Read our review to find out why the Maxima has been an award-winning and best-selling sedan for decades.
The 2017 Nissan Maxima sits a little lower this model year, enhancing the car's powerful demeanor. Most features carry over from last year's redesign, including top-of-the-class features like LED headlamps and tail lights, dual exhaust chrome tailpipe finishers, and aluminum-alloy wheels. The new Medallion and Dynamic packages offer more sporty flair with premium spoilers and illuminated kick plates. The interior is reminiscent of luxury sports cars with contrast stitching, Zero Gravity seats and available leather upgrades. The center stack is angled slightly towards the driver with a control knob situated next to the shifter. Many 2017 Nissan Maxima reviews are sure to be excited that the Nissan Connect system is now Apple CarPlay compatible.
The 2017 Nissan Maxima in Los Angeles County boasts an impressive 3.5-liter VQ-series V6 engine that makes 300 horsepower and 261 lb.-ft. of torque. Engine enthusiasts will enjoy the Active Sound Enhancement system that amplifies the hum of the V6 in the cabin. The Xtronic continuously variable transmission operates on a wide gear ratio range, meaning it accelerates strong and shifts rapidly. The Maxima also offers a sport drive mode switch, uncommon for sedans in its class. For buyers looking for something more suitable for the track, the Maxima SR is designed with suspension damper tuning, a large front stabilizer bar and an advanced Integrated Dynamic-control Module. This model year, the Maxima also gets slightly better fuel efficiency: an estimated 21/30 city/highway mpg.
2017 Nissan Maxima reviews are sure to rave about the sedan's excellent safety ratings. The Maxima is designed with Zone Body front and rear crumple zones and an excellent post-collision response system. Driver assistance features like forward collision warning with automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, rear cross traffic alert and blind spot warning come standard on the SL grade and above. The highest grade, the Maxima Platinum, contains a built-in Around View Monitor that provides a 360-degree view of the vehicle and detects moving objects. Even more impressive is the Platinum's drive attention alert that can detect drowsy or inattentive driving.
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