2014 Nissan Maxima
If you’re in need of a four door sedan but have found yourself bored perusing all the ho-hum choices, take a gander at the 2014 Nissan Maxima. This sedan offers drivers the rare combination of performance and luxury, all at an affordable price. According to the 2014 Nissan Maxima Review, this sedan provides sophistication and impressive driving dynamics on par with high-end luxury performance sedans, all with a far lower price tag.
- 18″ x 8.0″ aluminum-alloy Fine Silver finish wheels
- P245/45R18 V-rated all-season tires
- Automatic on/off headlights
- LED taillights
- Dual chrome exhaust finishers
- Manual folding outside mirrors
- Dual power outside mirrors
- Power sliding moonroof
- Aluminum hood
- UV-reducing solar glass
As described in the 2014 Nissan Maxima Review, the body of the Maxima is “liquid motion.” With its wide stance and muscular haunches, side views portray motion even when the sedan is at rest. The front end of the car is sleek, with headlights that add to the Maxima’s aggressive appearance and resembling those of the 370Z sports coupe. The rear of the car is also sculpted, meeting with a sloping roof. Standard 18 inch alloy and twin tailpipes also add to the sedan’s high performance look. Adding the new S Value Package further enhances the fluid look of the Maxima with 18 inch Dark Hyper Silver aluminum alloy wheels, smoked-lens HID headlights, foglights, and a rear spoiler.
The 290 horsepower, 3.5 liter V6 engine is all about performance, with 261 lb-ft of torque and smooth acceleration. As stated in the 2014 Nissan Maxima Review, the front wheel drive sedan is paired with Nissan’s continuously variable transmission (CVT), with a fuel economy of 19 city, 26 highway mpg. With plenty of power and an equally powerful sounding exhaust tone, the Maxima is thought of by many as a four door sports car. A responsive suspension that eats up corners and optional paddle shifters add to this reputation, though the sedan is still quite comfortable over surface streets and highways.
- Multi-functional trip computer
- Daytime illumination gauges
- Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System
- Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) with in-cabin microfilter and rear vents
- Cruise control with illuminated steering wheel-mounted controls
- Auto-dimming inside mirror
- Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition
- Remote front windows down and trunk release via Nissan Intelligent Key
- Driver’s key-operated front windows up/down
- Power door locks with auto-locking feature
- Power windows with front windows one-touch auto-up/down
- Tilt/telescoping steering column
- Variable intermittent flat-blade windshield wipers
- Mood lighting
The 2014 Nissan Maxima Review identifies more standard features than previous models. The base Maxima S comes standard with a power moonroof, pushbutton start, cloth, 8-way power driver’s seat, folding rear seatbacks, dual zone automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and 8 speaker audio system with 6 disc CD changer and auxiliary input. Bumping up to the Maxima SV adds leather, rearview monitor, USB port, 7 inch color display with Homelink remote transceiver, and foglights. Additional options are bundled in packages and include choices such as an upgraded Bose audio system, navigation, heated and ventilated driver’s seat, wood trim, dual-paned moonroof, and 19 inch wheels. You can also add a ground lighting kit, or upgrade to a specially tuned suspension with chassis reinforcement by adding the Sport package.
- Nissan Advanced Air Bag System with dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt and occupant-classification sensors
- Driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags
- Roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags for front and rear-seat outboard occupants head protection
- Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with Traction Control System (TCS
- 3-point ALR/ELR passenger seat belt system
- Front seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters
- Front-seat Active Head Restraints
- LATCH System (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children)
- Zone Body construction with front and rear crumple zones
- Energy-absorbing steering column
- High-strength steel side-door guard beams
Based on the 2014 Nissan Maxima Review, standard safety equipment on the Maxima includes dual front, front side, and full length side curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes, rearview monitor, traction and stability control, and tire-pressure monitoring system. Vehicle dynamic control (VDC) is also standard, continuously monitoring your steering and braking and keeping you on the road by slowing the engine and applying brake pressure where needed.
Don’t miss out on this extraordinary four door sedan, starting out at just under $32,000 as listed in the 2014 Nissan Maxima Review. Visit Montgomeryville Nissan today for a test drive. Montgomeryville Nissan offers a wide selection of new Nissan vehicles, and is proud to be an automotive leader in our community.