2017 Nissan Maxima Release Date, Price

Adapting change has become very important nowadays. More and more number of cars is coming into market everyday with so many new features that will cherish your driving experience day by day. The 2017 Nissan Maxima is a partly sporty and partly sedan type car, much known for its safety and luxury features with great looks and amazing features. Though it comes only with front-wheel drive option, it has amazing power and stability and performance too is superb. However, major plus point of this car goes to its looks. It is something which is built to look at.

Major facets and changes if Nissan Maxima

2017 Nissan Maxima will have a good number of changes in all of its body and internal parts. A new engine is also expected from Nissan motors for its new Maxima 2017. Apart from that, Maxima may also have an All-Wheel Drive option which is currently not available. Maxima are very renowned for its safety features and same will continue with upcoming Maxima.

2017 Nissan Maxima – Changes in Exterior and Interior

Headlights will be the key and first notable change in all new 2017 Nissan Maxima. Its headlights are going to be sharper and will continue to radiate it amazing sporty sedan look. Along with that there will be also changes in its front grille, bumper and its fog lamps. Front grille of Maxima will have added chrome finishing making Maxima look all trendy and sporty.

Rear part will also see some change s like in its rear bumpers and tail lamps. Though platform and chassis of Maxima remaining same, major changes will be seen in all of the body design and shaped just to make it refreshing and sporty.

Interiors will be made of upgraded material. This car is already renowned for ‘A’ class interiors and gives a very roomy feeling. What’s going to add to the list of change is a new multimedia system with better connectivity, added features and better sound. Dash board to will be redesigned for a newer look. There will also be use of leather upholstery. Space is going to be increased inside the cabin of 2017 Nissan Maxima and an effective utilization of space will be done resulting in an increase in leg rooms and a bigger boot.

2017 Nissan Maxima interior

2017 Nissan Maxima – Engine Specs and Fuel Economy

A major pro about this sporty sedan is its engine. It has a V-6 engine with 3.5 liter of displacement delivering 300 Hp. This car actually feels powerful and stable with its V-6 engine. Nissan may launch a more economical engine of around 3.0 liter for Maxima with better fuel efficiency. It can run 0-60 mph in a pretty good 5.90 seconds.

Fuel economy at actual is around 30 mpg on highways and around 22 mpg in cities. An average economy of around 25 mpg is received all throughout. This car drives on front wheels only. Best expectation from 2017 Nissan Maxima is an all new option of All-Wheel Drive that is just going to change driving experience of Maxima. Nissan has not made any comment on same but however, an all-wheel drive option is soon going to come.

2017 Nissan Maxima side

2017 Nissan Maxima – Price, Competitors and Launch Date

Presently this model is priced from $33,500 approximately and goes up to $40,800. All new 2017 Nissan Maxima will be priced a little more and is going to start from around $35,000. However, if there is an option of all wheel drive for Maxima; top end price will go up to $45,000. Its major competitors are:

  • Toyota Avalon,
  • Chevrolet Impala,
  • Chrysler 300,
  • Dodge Charger,
  • Kia Cadenza,
  • Buick LaCrosse and
  • Hyundai Azera.

Nissan being sixth globally in automobiles industry performs well and even after so much of tough competition, it has successfully regained the position with its innovative styling and sporty design of Maxima.

The launch date of 2017 Nissan Maxima has not yet been announced by the Japanese automaker. However, with reviews from the market, it is expected somewhere in the first quarter of the year 2017. It may also have an option of all wheel drive which may be released in the later part of 2017.

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