As one of the original four-door sports cars, the Nissan Maxima’s design has always been a large piece of what makes it so unique. Not only does it stand out in the crowd, but it delivers a pleasing and sumptuous aesthetic that creates a sense of excitement every time you get behind the steering wheel.
The design experts at Nissan provided the Maxima with its dramatic floating roof design and sculpted shape to catch your attention when you walk by. Blacked-out pillars blend into the greenhouse’s tinted glass, making the roof appear as if it’s hovering over the cabin and giving the Maxima the sense of defying gravity itself. From front to rear, the Maxima boasts flowing lines that make it look much more dramatic than any other large sedan on the market. Its low, poised profile not only makes it look more aggressive, but it provides a lower center of gravity and enhances overall aerodynamics to inform the Maxima’s impressive performance.
The 2018 Nissan Maxima looks every bit as elevated on the inside as it does on the outside. Its cabin makes you feel like the center of attention when you’re behind the wheel thanks to its intuitive center console, which is slightly oriented closer to the driver’s seat to help improve visibility and accessibility. To make controlling the information on the touch screen more intuitive, the Display Commander dial by the ergonomic gear shifter lets you interact with your car’s features without looking away from the road. An available dual-panel panoramic moonroof brings in natural light and lets you and your passengers see more of the world around you while relaxing in optional leather seats.
The 2018 Nissan Maxima delivers several different looks in one handsome package. It’s equal parts luxurious and sporty, and its strong sense of identity makes it utterly unlike any other sedan in its class.
This article is presented by Bill Korum's Puyallup Nissan in Puyallup, Washington.