2017 Nissan Maxima S Review and Price

I had a 2000 Toyota Camry with 185,000 miles and was in great shape – had a very good mechanic and would have gone another 100,000 miles! However, I decided I wanted a new car. Was looking for a 2 to 3-year-old red car, economy size with great gas mileage. I checked the internet and made some appointments to see said red cars. While on the way to test drive a red car, I saw this black Nisson Maxima and was stopped in my tracks. It had just arrived, top of the line Nisson at a Nisson Dealership. After opening the door to the beautiful leather interior I just had to drive it. One drive around the block and I had to have it. I went home to give it some thought overnight, cleaned out the Toyota and bought the Maxima the next morning I love, love, love it.

I am still learning how to work all the premium accessories, but it has been one of the easiest decisions yet one of the best I have ever made. I feel like a new me and enjoy the sport yet luxury that I didn’t even know I would love. The most comfortable seat I ever sat in, huge trunk that lays down on the back seat, huge navigation and rear camera and very sleek. It handles well, great turning radius and all around pleasure to drive. I highly recommend.

 

EPA Classification  Mid-Size Cars
MPG/MPGe  30 Highway / 21 City
Engine  Premium Unleaded V-6 3.5L/213 cu in
Transmission  CVT w/OD
Drive Train  Front Wheel Drive
Seating  5
Horsepower  300
Overall Crash Safety Rating  5 / 5 Stars

 

Dealer Suggested Retail 
$26,475.00 Used
Private Party Value 
$25,375.00 Used

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