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Have you heard? The new Nissan Maxima is finally here! That’s right, Nissan’s flagship sedan is back for 2019 and looks to be better than ever. The Maxima may be one of the most popular models in its class, but Nissan is never one to rest on its laurels. So what’s new in the 2019 Nissan Maxima? (more…)
Did you just get or are seriously considering getting a new 2018 Nissan Maxima? With the Nissan Maxima’s incredible performance, sometimes drivers think this means the sedan requires premium fuel. But does it really? We’ve got the answer to that and more, right here! (more…)
Nissan Midnight Edition Models for Sale in Montgomery AL
Jack Ingram now has Nissan Midnight Edition Models for sale in Montgomery AL! The Midnight Edition models offer a sleek, distinctive look to the models’ exterior appearances. Available on six Nissan vehicles, the Midnight Edition models are sure to turn heads. Jack Ingram currently has the Sentra, Altima, and Rogue 2017 Midnight Edition models in stock. Continue reading for more information about each model.
Nissan Midnight Edition Package Expansion
Nissan is expanding its Midnight Edition equipment package, previously only available on the Maxima SR, to five additional best-selling models—Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Rogue, Murano, and Pathfinder. The package is designed to add visual excitement to the models’ exterior appearances. Continue reading for more about the Nissan Midnight Edition package expansion.
2017 Nissan Maxima Trim Level Differences
The 2017 Nissan Maxima challenges every conventional notion of what a 4-door sedan is. The Maxima offers 300 horsepower, a performance-tuned suspension, and a luxurious cockpit loaded with all the features you’ll ever need. But which 2017 Maxima is the right Maxima for you? Continue reading for the 2017 Nissan Maxima Trim Level Differences.
Difference Between the Nissan Altima and Maxima
The Nissan Altima and Maxima are both popular, spacious sedans with plenty of standard features and amenities to satisfy a wide variety of drivers. One of the questions most asked about Nissan’s top-selling sedan models is: What’s the difference between the Nissan Altima and Maxima? We’ve put together a model comparison of the 2017 Altima and the 2017 Maxima to help interested drivers decide which sedan best fits their budget, needs, and style.
2017 Nissan Maxima with Apple CarPlay
When you think luxury, what brands immediately come to mind? BMW, Porsche, or Jaguar? Or are you thinking next-level supercars like Lamborghini, Maserati, and Ferrari? How many of these do you think that you’d ever realistically contemplate buying or even test driving? Shake your magic 8 ball and it’s probably telling you “outlook not so good”, “ask again later”, and “don’t count on it.”
For most of us, cars like these are nothing more than eye candy, but if you are looking to step up beyond a common midsize sedan, the Nissan Maxima has been redesigned to resemble a fighter jet, is pumped with 300 horsepower, and is more intelligent than ever before with all of its state-of-the-art technology features and creature comforts.
You may have heard about the new 2016 Nissan Maxima, the brand’s “4-door sports car.” This updated sedan is more exciting than ever, and if you pick the SR trim, you truly get plenty of features that are typically reserved for sports cars.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR: First Impressions
If you just glance at a list of specifications for the Maxima SR, you may doubt Nissan’s validity when calling it a sports car. It runs on the typical transversely mounted engine, has a continuously variable transmission, and has front-wheel drive. When you get behind the wheel, however, you quickly learn why you should never judge a book by its cover.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR: Performance Features
The Maxima SR trim is the most athletic option among Maxima models. It gives you 19-inch wheels, a full inch larger than those on other trims. It also features retuned shocks, anti-roll bars, and springs as well as 245/40 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric tires that are rated for all-season driving.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR: Behind the Wheel
When you actually take the Maxima SR on the road, you will notice that this Nissan is more fun to drive than the average sedan, even the typical Nissan. There is a Drive Mode Selector in the SR trim, and when you move it to Sport mode, you get improved throttle sensitivity, an increase in steering effort, and an adjustment to the shifting strategy, as well as more engine notes.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR: Relaxing in Luxury
The 2016 Maxima performs admirably on the road, even if it can’t compete with high-performance sports cars. However, it excels when it comes to luxurious features and amenities. There are spacious seats throughout with fake suede, special stitching, and metallic trim throughout. All Maximas come standard with navigation, and the 7-inch color screen is simple to use. There is even an 8-inch screen on the center console that you can control with a knob hiding behind the shifter if you prefer. The cabin is also quiet, letting you focus on your drive instead of outside noises.
Head to Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama, to experience the 2016 Nissan Maxima SR for yourself on a test drive.
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When most people picture Nissan vehicles, they think of practical and reliable models with great technology, comfort, and performance. This combination isn’t necessarily ideal for racing, but Nissan has made a name for itself in the racing world as well, and that has paid off. The new Nissan Maxima has officially earned the role of the Safety Car at competitive racing events.
Nissan Maxima at The Oak Tree Grand Prix
The Oak Tree Grand Prix took place at Virginia International Raceway by Danville, Virginia, in late August, and during this event, the 2016 Maxima served as the event’s official Safety Car. Despite its luxury amenities and 4-door styling, the Maxima fit right in due to its designation as a sports car. Then, in mid-September, the Maxima repeated its official duties at the Circuit of the Americas’ Lone Star Le Mans race in Austin, Texas.
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In addition to providing the official Safety Car for these events, Nissan had competitors involved as well. There were two 370Z NISMOs that competed in the Oak Tree Grand Prix’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. Nissan is an official partner of the sanctioning body of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, IMSA. Because of this, multiple power plants and cars have been fielded by Nissan in recent seasons.
Whether you are interested in the safe and sporty 4-door 2016 Maxima or a sportier model, like the 370Z NISMO, the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama, can work with you to configure your ideal Nissan.
Nissan strives to always provide Alabama drivers with the latest technologies and features in their vehicles, yet the 2016 lineup continues to amaze. The 2016 lineup features the all-new Nissan Maxima and the all-new TITAN XD pickup as well as significant refreshes to the Altima and Sentra. Here are just some of the exciting changes you can expect in the 2016 lineup.
The 2016 Nissan Frontier takes the existing, highly capable pickup and adds the option of a Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic, or Sunset Orange exterior. It also adds a moonroof to the Frontier Crew Cab SV. As before, you can pick from 4×2 and 4×4; King Cab and Crew Cab; and S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner, and SL trims.
For 2016, the Rogue SL Premium Package is adding Forward Emergency Braking, and this trim level also gets NissanConnect Services from SiriusXM. Other changes affecting all or some trims include the addition of Siri Eyes Free, optional body-colored exterior mirrors featuring integrated turn signals, chrome door handles, and a Magnetic Black exterior color.
The 2016 Nissan Maxima is an all-new large sedan that will offer incredible technology, performance, and style. This model represents the 8th generation and is known as the “4-door sports car” in the Nissan lineup. It runs on a new 300-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine with over 60 percent new parts and has a new Xtronic transmission that is performance-oriented. Available upgrades include premium Ascot Leather-appointed seats, Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Cruise Control, and Forward Emergency Braking.
For 2016, the stylish Nissan Juke adds the choice of two Personal package options, which will paint the outside mirrors as well as door handles and add yellow seat inserts, interior stitching, and a yellow center console. It also now comes with Siri Eyes Free and can still be configured as FWD or AWD in the S, SV, or SL model.
To learn more about any modes in the 2016 Nissan lineup or find out when they will be available, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.