2019 Nissan Maxima consumer reviews

$34,050 starting MSRP
side view of 2019 Maxima Nissan
95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.9
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 5.0
  • Reliability 4.6
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3.9

Good design inside and out

The redesign from last model is a big improvement especially with the interior. I just feel the gas milage should be better but overall a good car

4.6

Does Everything Well, Nothing Amazingly

I have owned a 2019 Nissan Maxima SL for a number of months now and I think that's enough time to know that I made a great purchase. The Nissan Maxima is what I'd call your "Jack of All Trades, Master of None" car, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Having driven a 2016 Dodge Challenger R/T and a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS, the Maxima isn't quite the rocket ship those two cars are, but it's certainly no slouch. The 3.5 V6 is very confident, and provides more than enough power for the Maxima, I'd almost go so far as to classify it as a "mini muscle car"; it's not going to blow the doors off a V8 or some turbo-charged competition, but make no mistake the car is quick, and the CVT Nissan has put in the Maxima is very quick to respond. The average driver who isn't necessarily looking for a rocket will be very impressed with what this car can do. What really won me over about the Maxima is the styling and the interior. Between this and a 2018 Ford Fusion Sport, despite the Fusion being the more powerful car, the Maxima's craftsmanship was in another league from the Ford. The interior is filled with soft-touch materials, nice aluminum themed accents, contrast stitching, and more. My only gripe is the use of gloss black plastic in the center console and by the touch-screen as it's a micro-scratch/dust magnet, but admittedly it does look classy. The interior is a genuinely nice place to be; the seats are incredibly comfortable. All in all, the Maxima provides a very competent package. Yes, there are cars that are more luxurious. There are cars that are faster. There are cars that look a little meaner, if one of those things in particular is a high priority. The Maxima does each one of them well, however, making the Maxima an excellent proposition if you want a car that offers some of everything; it's fairly luxurious, looks great on the outside, and offers enough thrills to inject some fun into your commute.

4.1

Luxury feel

This car has very good front legroom. It's styling is topnotch. It is fast! It has very good handling. The sound system is good. Test drive one.

5.0

I love the sportiness and redesign

Love love love this car! Comfort, performance, sleek sporty design! Has every upgrade I could want! Decent gas mileage, lot of get up n go!

4.7

I do not have a title

I had a 1996 Maxima before purchasing this one. It had approximately 389,000. Great and strong body. Great and strong body. Great and strong body.

5.0

Great vehicle. Just as nice as any highend luxury

Meets all our needs. Wife loves it. Very easy and fun to drive. Little road noise but very comfortable smooth ride. The only we miss is the programmable seat positions for the driver which comes on the higher model.

4.7

great replacement for my older vehicle. thi

this car is the right size and has excellent performance. Very spacious trunk and comfortable interior. Maxima is one of the better models Nissan has come out with. Highly recommend it.

4.0

Car stopped dead going 45mph

I am scared to drive this car now, this is my dream car, I am 74 years old. I have owned 4 Nissan before, this is my brand.

5.0

Sharp car

This vehicle is a rocket and met all of my needs. This vehicle is sharp and stylish with a horse power of a performance vehicle. I love this car.

5.0

Love my car

Really enjoying my new car. It drives well and I love the remote start! Will be fantastic in the summer heat. I am also loving the XM trial