2019 Nissan Maxima Lauded for Near-Luxury Feel

 
It always is nice when a respected publication like Car and Driver has something nice to say about a new Nissan vehicle, and in recent weeks we were treated to just such a glowing a review from precisely that publication, this time in reference to the 2019 Nissan Maxima.

Nissan is not a luxury brand, but that does not mean engineers hold back in adding all the features that make luxury brands so much more expensive. In a vehicle like the Nissan Maxima, so many of those lavish features make their way into the car for a fraction of the price of pricier names. Who wouldn't want all those goodies in a package that fits more conveniently into their budget?

The changes in the 2019 Nissan Maxima include new LED headlights, a more pronounced grille, new chrome detailing on the front bumper, and a handful of other visual flourishes that give the mid-cycle refresh a classier overall aesthetic. Inside, the new Nissan Maxima receives upgraded interior materials for the instrument panel and upholstery, which, especially on the higher trims, are what make this feel every bit the luxury vehicle.

In terms of technology, there are a few upgrades, as well, including Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant integration, some extra USB charging ports, and added advanced safety features like rear automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure, and several others.

As your Nissan dealer serving Portsmouth, VA, we encourage you to visit Hall Nissan Chesapeake sometime soon to have a closer look at the new 2019 Nissan Maxima. It truly is a great sedan, made only greater by the refresh it gets for the new model year. If you like luxury cars but do not want to pay the luxury sticker, consider this sedan a great option at a lower price.


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