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Nissan Maxima 2009


The Nissan Maxima 2009

This is the Nissan Maxima 2009, A very stylish, Elegant, And Luxurious Automobile. I would say that this car is a very outstanding vehicle in many ways, the Nissan Maxima really turns head’s. Why is that? hmmmm… I wonder if that could be because there’s a hint of the 09 Nissan GT-R in this fantastic ride? Well, yea probably Nissan did say this was “A four door sports car”. I think they were right!

Nissan did a significant redesign of the Maxima for 2009. Nissan’s flagship sedan, the Maxima, has been built on a new platform shared with the altima mid-size sedan. It comes with an increase of 35 horsepower to 290 in it’s 3.5-Liter v6, the new Maxima has fine presence and futher blurs the distinct line in what once were clear car segments. Paddle shiters to the sleek, shorter new body, it all adds to a new appeal for the more than 30-year old model. Highway driving is not so bad, with a smooth ride and 1-mpg bump in highway performance. The Maximum also has a 20.0 gallon main premium unleaded fuel tank. All the power is fed to the front wheels via a continuosly variable automatic (CVT) transmission, with traction control.

2009 Nissan Maxima Interior

Inside, you’ll find a well-designed interior with excellent materials. The optional navigation system is pretty much the same as you’ll find in an upscale Infiniti product like the G37, and it’s a good one thanks to an easy-to-use interface; there’s also an iPod integration setup that works as well as any we’ve seen. Nissan has even simplified the options structure for 2010, addressing one of our gripes regarding last year’s model.

Standard safety equipment for all 2010 Nissan Maximas includes antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags and front active head restraints. A rearview camera is optional on SV models. In government crash tests, the Maxima scored a perfect five out of five stars for frontal- and side-impact protection for all occupants. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded the Maxima its highest score of “Good” for frontal-offset crash protection.

The NHTSA-Crash Test
– Driver Front
– Passenger Front

Rating: ★★★★★

MSRP: $30,460 – $33,180

2009 Nissan Maxima

Overall CarAdviceUSA Rating: ★★★★★

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