The 2016 Nissan Maxima is all-new this year. As Nissan's flagship sedan, it offers a lot of premium features even in base models, and such advanced options as predictive forward-collision mitigation, which "looks" two cars ahead for signs of impending trouble.
For 2014, the Nissan Maxima SV gains a rearview monitor, a USB port and a 7-inch color display. A new S Value Package adds smoked-lens HID headlights, 18-inch Dark Hyper Silver aluminum-alloy wheels, a rear spoiler and fog lights.
About Nissan Maxima
Nissan may still call the 2016 Nissan Maxima a "4-Door Sports Car," as evidenced by the "4DSC" cleverly hidden on the headlights and taillights, but the reality is that this all-new Maxima straddles the line between a comfortable entry-level luxury car and a fun-to-drive sports sedan. Coming standard with navigation and a host of other upscale features, the new Nissan Maxima makes an interesting case for itself. Those looking at the larger Toyota Avalon and Chevrolet Impala may find the Maxima's features and smaller size appealing. Similarly, those looking for a luxury-sports sedan, but who maybe don't want to spend luxury-brand prices, may find just what they're looking for. What they'll find is a comfortable, luxurious, quick, uniquely styled, and overall enjoyable premium sedan.