Nissan unveils updated Maxima

Nissan unveils updated Maxima

More fuel efficient, more powerful model goes into production late this year.

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April 13, 2015

New York, New York – Nissan has unveiled a new version of the Maxima sedan at the New York International Auto Show.

The Maxima’s styling showcases Nissan’s new design language – including V-Motion front end, signature boomerang lights, kick-up C-pillars, and unique floating roof appearance.

The Maxima’s 3.5L VQ-series V6 has been redesigned with more than 60% new parts. With 300hp, Maxima has a high specific output of 85.7hp/L. The revised engine helps Maxima achieve an anticipated 15% increase in highway fuel economy to an EPA estimated 30mpg.

Technology features include standard NissanConnect with navigation, featuring an 8" touch-screen display, along with SiriusXM Satellite Radio and SiriusXM Travel Link applications, Online Search with Google, and other connectivity features.

Source: Nissan North America