The Nissan Maxima has enjoyed decades of dominance in the upscale vehicle market, and recent model years have been especially kind to the iconic sedan, both in terms of reviews and sales. If you are still wondering whether the 2014 Nissan Maxima is a closer, these are some details about one of the most crucial aspects of any vehicle: the interior.
These days, vehicles of all price ranges are becoming increasingly customizable as consumers universally expect a wide range of options, especially for the interior. However, people in the market for a more upscale vehicle anticipate an even wider range of options, even for a relatively affordable car like the Maxima.
For the 2014 Maxima interior, Nissan delivers and then some with the extensive choices available for just about every detail. The standard cloth upholstery can be changed to leather, and the standard front seats – which critics widely agree are plenty spacious and supportive as they are – can be heated, along with the steering wheel. For drivers who plan on taking their Maxima on a number of extended journeys will enjoy the option for a ventilated driver’s seat. Buyers can also choose rear bucket seats for an even higher level of comfort for all passengers on all long drives.
Whether you opt for the base Maxima or the Sport or Premium package, the interior design is reminiscent of a much more expensive vehicle, with an undeniable luxury vibe, especially with the well-laid-out control panel. However, upgrading to one of those packages will bring a different, equally fashionable aesthetic.
Impressive Tech Features
These days, it is about the tech with consumer products, especially cars. Even at the base level, the 2014 Maxima proffers a luxury level of tech features that, like so much else about the Maxima, would be at home in a much more expensive vehicle: power everything (including the moonroof), dual zone climate control, Bluetooth capabilities, push button start, auto on and off headlights, and power adjustability for both driver and passenger seats.
The 3.5 SV trim also includes a rearview camera, color monitor, USB and iPod compatibility, and more and the various packages available allow buyers to choose pretty much any tech features you could think of, from streaming Bluetooth to Sirius NavTraffic to power retractable sunshades and so much more. All of the 2014 Maxima packages and options are a fantastic value for what they offer, but even the standard features provide a luxury sedan experience.
A Comfortable, Roomy Ride
All of the automotive tech features you could imagine mean very little if a car is not enjoyable to drive and comfortable to ride. The aforementioned front seats have ample room for two adults to sit and stretch out as needed, with plenty of adjustability. The standard backseat can sit up to three adults comfortably, with the optional rear bucket seats fitting two adults very comfortably.
The specially refined, classy styling of all the iterations of the 2014 Maxima adds to the enjoyment of drivers and passenger, as does a duly smooth ride and quiet cabin.
As stylish as the 2014 Nissan Maxima is both inside and out, the multitude of options and formidable set of standard features help make this Nissan one of the best buys in this, or nay price range.
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