The Maxima is Nissan’s flagship sedan, but it wasn’t always a household name. That changed in 1989, when Nissan positioned the Maxima as a performance sedan. Dubbed a “four-door sports car” at various points in its history, the Maxima began as a high-volume, six-cylinder sedan, but has evolved into an entry-luxury car with distinctive styling and a long list of creature comforts and safety features.
Editor’s note: This Car Seat Check was written in April 2019 about the 2019 Nissan Maxima. Little of substance has changed with this year’s model. See what’s new for 2020 or check ... Read more
Want to “try out” that Nissan GT-R before you buy it? Me too. Now, Nissan shoppers in Texas now have the chance: The automaker is testing a vehicle subscription service in the ... Read more
Nobody likes when things don’t work the way they’re supposed to, especially when it’s the two-ton hunk of car parts sitting in your driveway. That’s why, when a problem becomes a ... Read more