2016 Nissan Maxima: First Drive Review

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Driver-Oriented Interior
Inside, the new Maxima interior focuses on the driver with the center stack angled 7 degrees toward the pilot. Zero Gravity front seats offer both sport bolstering and comfort via a 3-layer foam design. The diamond-quilted design in Alcantara for the SR and Ascot leather for the Platinum add to the sporty but elegant feel, and a beautiful Camel-colored interior is optional. The instrument panel, doors and console incorporate contrast stitching. All trims include NissanConnect with navigation, and the color display responds to swiping and pinch-to-zoom gestures and voice recognition for navigation and audio. The Display Commander in the center console can also be used to control on-screen functions. This unique feature allows drivers to swipe navigation directions from the console to the Advanced Drive-Assist Display in the instrument panel in front of the steering wheel.

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3 thoughts on “2016 Nissan Maxima: First Drive Review

  1. I have owned the 2016 Maxima SR for 3 weeks now still learning things. This vehicle being a low profile car Potholes are a Nightmare for this car. I hit a pothole and it hit me BAD in the pocket. Replacing the Rim and Tire $$$$$$

  2. I’m a maxima faithful since the beginning.
    And with each model, they continue to enhance that.
    I’t not perfect, but the stilling is set the car apart.

  3. Wonderful, dramatic styling inside and out. But I notice it is longer than the already long prior generation. With roads so crowded (at last here on the East Coast) why do they make cars (and trucks) larger and larger? How easily can you park this thing?

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