Nissan continues to freshen its car lineup even as SUVs steal the spotlight, and for 2019 that includes its Maxima, which (as the name suggests) is its top-of-the-line sedan. The Maxima continues to mix sportier driving dynamics with upscale quality, making it as much a budget competitor to the likes of a premium Acura TLX as a rival to more traditional and generally bigger full-size sedans from mainstream brands, such as the Toyota Avalon.
It also continues to offer its V-6 powertrain, but adds new styling and interior design, an updated chassis, more multimedia and convenience features, and added safety technology.
Interested in this sporty sedan with a touch of higher class? We’ve driven the refreshed 2019 Maxima and also covered pricing, specs and much more. Here is a roundup of our comprehensive coverage, which can tell you everything you need to know about the 2019 Nissan Maxima:
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