2019 Nissan Maxima Review, Platinum, Specs, Price
Competing to other four-door sports sedan, the new 2019 Nissan Maxima will be a little bit different from the previous model. It will be stronger than the previous model. Its reliability makes it as the attractive option even if the price is quite high, but it is a luxury car.
It is important to note that its design is recognizable and iconic. It is not something surprising if the company consider keeping the current design language to deal with the competition. This can be helpful, so they do not have to spend significant amounts of budget to offer complete redesign. What they need is about giving slight revisions around the new Nissan Maxima. In another word, it is possible to come with frequent updates including slightly redesigned headlights, bumpers, and grille. These changes are the instant way to give more distinctive look compared to the previous model. Maybe, they will support these updates with new colors too.
2019 Nissan Maxima Interior
2019 Nissan Maxima will carry over all the amenities from the previous model. It will keep the adaptive cruise control as well as the auto emergency braking system. The cabin is featured with eight-inch of touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, Android Auto connectivity, and Apple CarPlay as the standard.
2019 Nissan Maxima Engine
Speaking about the possible engine to support its performance, we think that there is no bad thing to offer. It is a good car with the use of the V6 engine and 3.5 liters that can make even more than 300 hp as well as good gas mileage. It has good riding experience with the interior completed with excellent trim materials. For the new 2019 Nissan Maxima, rumors said that the company would concern on how to reduce the current weight slightly to give more efficient gas mileage and to improve the ride. It is also reported to have improved handling to help the driver having easier driving experience than the previous model.
2019 Nissan Maxima Release Date and Price
2019 Nissan Maxima is possible to hit the showroom at the end of 2018 which can be around September if there is no change from the plan. The debut will be started later in this year somewhere at one of big auto shows. No confirmation has been made by Nissan right now for its pricing, but the current base model is about $33,400 which means that the price will be more than that, even if it would not jump a lot.