Nissan Maxima 2013 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine.

September 16th, 2012 | Category: Nissan | 1604 Views

Nissan Maxima 2013 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Nissan reclaimed the “4 Door Sports Car” catch phrase with the current generation of the Maxima, but with so many true sport sedans available in 2013, it’s proved to be a bit of a stretch. In truth, the front wheel drive Maxima does remain a solid choice for those who want a little more of a sporty edge, and more specifically one that doesn’t come at the expense of comfort. Along with that, you get a distinguished, fashion forward look and feel, plus an impressive list of tech features.

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The Maxima has been essentially unchanged since the current generation was introduced for the 2009 model year (it did get a number of minor changes last year), but the look has remained fresh. Part of the reason is that this design felt so cohesive and curvaceous and different right from the start. With its somewhat Coke bottle fender curves, low set grille and hoodline, an aggressive, swept back stance that’s more like that of a rear wheel drive sedan, and aggressive 18 and 19 inch wheel designs, the Maxima remains a head turner. Inside, the instrument panel would still look at home in an upscale Infiniti product, and the curvy yet assertive look carries through to the cabin.

While it doesn?t live up to its ?four door sports car? billing, Nissan?s full-size Maxima sedan is still one of the more engaging rides in its segment thanks to a firm suspension and a rorty V6. These features, along with a comfortable and high-quality interior, make the Maxima a worthy option for those seeking a large sedan with a dash of excitement. First introduced in 2009, the current generation Maxima recently received a modest update that included a few styling tweaks. The car is visually defined by pointed ?fish hook? headlights, muscular haunches and a wide stance.

Nissan Maxima 2013 Price :
Pricing for the new Nissan Maxima 2013 has been set at $37,880 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the Nissan Maxima 2013 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

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Nissan Maxima 2013 Interior and Exterior :
Three optional equipment packages are available for the SV trim. The SV Value Package brings heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated outside mirror. The SV Sport Package includes a performance tuned suspension, 19 inch aluminum wheels, sport themed grille and headlights and a rear spoiler; newly included in the pack for the latest model year is a climate controlled driver?s seat, a seven inch color monitor, USB connectivity, an iPod net in center console and a rear parking camera. Finally, the SV Premium Package brings a dual panel sunroof, cherry wood tone interior trim and a rear window power sunshade.

>. Bose Audio Package This audio upgrade brings a nine-speaker digital sound system from Bose that boasts SiriusXM Satellite Radio functionality (SiriusXM subscription sold separately), along with three 3.5 inch Twiddler neodymium front speakers, two 6 x 9 inch front door woofers, two 6.5 inch wide range neodymium rear door speakers, and two 6 x 9 inch rear neodymium woofers.
>. SV Value Package Adding a bit more luxury into the mix, this package includes the premium Bose audio setup along with heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated outside mirrors.
>. Sport Package Here, striking 19 inch aluminum alloy wheels with a Dark Hyper Silver finish are added to a climate controlled driver’s seat that is both heated and cooled, then combined with all the content in the Maxima Monitor Package, which showcases a rearview camera system, seven inch color monitor, USB port and an iPod storage net in the car’s center console.

At the base level, the 2013 Nissan Maxima does really maximize the number of standard conveniences (like a power moonroof, power front seats, and Intelligent Key entry and starting), as well as optional extras. But if adding many of those extras, you should be aware that some of the most desirable ones come only by stepping up to the more expensive SV model. New for this year is an SV Value Package that adds nine speaker Bose audio, satellite radio, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and heated outside mirrors. The Sport Package has also been enhanced with a seven inch monitor, iPod/USB connectivity, a rearview monitor, and a climate controlled driver’s seat. A Dark Hyper Silver wheel finish (from last year’s Limited Edition Package) is new as well.

Dimensions / Weight toggle :
>. Length :     4,843 mm (191?).
>. Width :     1,860 mm (73?).
>. Height :     1,467 mm (58?).
>. Wheelbase :     2,775 mm (109?).
>. Front track :     1,585 mm (62?).
>. Rear track :     1,585 mm (62?).
>. Weight :     1,621 kg (3,574 lbs).
>. Weight distribution front rear :     61% – 39%

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Nissan Maxima 2013 Engine :
Those sporty exterior cues are backed up by a 3.5 liter V6 that serves up a healthy 290 horsepower and 261 lb ft of torque. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) sends power to the front wheels. Zero to 60 mph is achieved in roughly six seconds, and fuel economy is rated at 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.

Riding on Nissan?s all purpose D platform, the Maxima has taut suspension tuning and reasonably prompt responses to control inputs, but it?s perhaps most at home on the freeway. In that environment, the Maxima?s comfortable interior ? complete with an expensive looking dashboard and Infiniti quality trimmings ? truly shines. Potential Maxima buyers looking for a sedan with maximum space, take note ? while it?s ostensibly the full size sedan in Nissan?s lineup, the Maxima is actually bested in cabin and trunk space by the less expensive Altima.

While the 2013 Maxima might not be an all out sport sedan or sports car, it does perform smoothly and confidently, and the acceleration from its 290 horsepower, 3.5 liter V-6 engine has a strong, relaxed demeanor in ordinary driving, where it works well with the automatic continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). There are available steering wheel paddle shifters, as well as a manual sport mode for the CVT, and you can tap into a series of simulated gear ratios for high-performance driving. The letdown is that even with these, you don’t get the level of control that enthusiasts might hope for (and the available manual gearbox that used to be a Maxima talking point has been history, for years).
Engine :
>. Type :     V6 3.5 litres.
>. Power :     290 hp @ 6,400 rpm (216 kW).
>. Torque :     261 lb·ft @ 4,400 rpm (354 N·m).
>. Induction :     Atmospheric.
>. Power to weight ratio :     N/A.
>. Bore :     95 mm.
>. Stroke :     81 mm.
>. Fuel type :     Regular.
>. CO2 emissions :     4,324 kg/year.
>. Ohter engines :     none.
>. Transmission :     CVT.
>. Drivetrain :     FWD.

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