During Nissan’s sponsorship of the BET Experience, the 2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight will serve as the featured vehicle. Meanwhile, it was found to offer wonderful performance with its V6 engine. At first, it could be a bit difficult to admire the 2016 Nissan Maxima but with time, you will start to appreciate the Maxima a little more.
As an owner, you will start noticing the underlying beauty of its infotainment system with every day you spend driving it. When you want, it will lay a heavy foot into the smooth performing V6. The Maxima seems like to be the largest and nicest sedan from Nissan so far.
We have already seen the latest Chevrolet Impala and the Toyota Avalon but Nissan rose over it and introduced refreshment in the boring, overlooked segment. Normally, we see that full-sized cars tend to be purchased by older people who prefer comfort more than the styling and designing.
However, Nissan seemed to have ignored that and they Maxima 1.3 inches lower and 2.2 inches longer than its previous generation vehicle. The Nissan stylists further incorporated a suave, fastback look.
Ultimately, the net result was that Nissan seemed to have taken a page out of the Avalon and Impala styling playbook. However, there is no denying the fact that the 2016 Nissan Maxima is now a greatly better looking vehicle.
Meanwhile, the SR Midnight variant comes with Super Black exterior paint, rocker panel moldings, rear sport spoiler, splash guards, rear bumper diffuser, and black 19-inch wheels along with a Charcoal premium leather interior accompanied by Alcantara inserts.
This variant will be shown at the BET Experience in Los Angeles during this week and additionally, it will serve as the official automotive sponsor in the event for four days. The 2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight is powered by a 3.5-liter VQ-series V6 engine with 300 horsepower and is currently available in dealerships all over the world.
The standard Maxima starts at $33,235 but the pricing for the Midnight variant will begin at $41,350 including destination. However, users preferring a cheaper alternative of the SR can purchase the non-Midnight package, starting from $38,495.
The 2016 Nissan Maxima had to sacrifice a few things for developing that exterior beauty. While the roof is sloped and gorgeous, it eats into the headroom in the rear seat, which is bound to make passengers uncomfortable.
At the same time, like most other sedans in the market right now, the 2016 Nissan Maxima has the presence of high door sills. This is referred to as a ‘high belt line’ but it usually makes the short people feel shorter. However, Nissan didn’t seem to have compromised on the engine quality.