2016 Nissan Maxima Exterior and Interior – The next Maxima looks sharp, low and aggressive in these previews, which base the roofline and proportions on a brief glimpse of a future design shown to the press at a recent Nissan event.
Nissan teased the look of the next-generation Maxima at the 2014 Detroit auto show with the Sport Sedan concept, and it was quite a looker with an aggressive front end and cool floating roof. Now, we’re getting out very first glimpse at the production version in some new spy shots. Although, It’s plastered with camouflage, underneath you can still see the concept’s design inspiration.
2016 Nissan Maxima Exterior and Interior sports car lineup has never been this strong, and continued support for the company’s two tiers of performance cars has really helped the brand’s image, despite being diluted from selling millions of basic Sentra’s and Versa econoboxes to pay the bills.
At this point, the back also lacks the concept’s angular rear bumper in favor of something more conventional. All the cladding there makes it hard to tell what is hidden underneath, though.
The Sport Sedan concept has a version of Nissan’s 3.5-liter V6 with over 300 horsepower and a CVT powering the front wheels. Though, our spies think it’s possible the production version could offer a hybrid 2.5-liter supercharged four-cylinder to give V6-like power, like the Pathfinder Hybrid.
2016 Nissan Maxima Exterior and Interior
2016 Nissan Maxima Interior
We have found that the different functions of the interior are in well-designed. It has a new touch screen brand and it is mounted on its dashboard panel. There are also Bluetooth and satellite radio connection. It is not the end to know about the interior because the cabin has a much better design than before. Amazingly, the car is built with a wider body that of course will give more spaces inside for the passengers so you can enjoy sit on your seat with a bit space around your legs when you have a long trip riding this 2016 Nissan Maxima Exterior and Interior.
Even with the most likely scenario of a front-drive, front-engine platform, the styling exercise shows real progress in establishing a global Nissan face. The styling woes and overlap between Nissan and Infiniti designers has created a confused and disjointed line, with too much similarity between a $15,000 Sentra’s grille and those used on the Infiniti Q70. You better believe no one would be buying BMW 750Li sedans for $100,000 if there was a $10,000 rental car that looked just like it. also read : 2016 Nissan Maxima Specs and Release Date
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