Nissan Maxima Window Tinting

Nissan Maxima Window Tinting at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Nissan Maxima Window Tinting at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Nissan Maxima at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs, Parkland, Tamarac, Coconut Creek

Nissan Maxima Window Tinting at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs, Parkland, Tamarac, Coconut Creek, Margate

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It’s time to stop pressuring the Nissan Maxima to live up to its billing as a four-door sports car and accept it for what it is: a bargain-priced luxury car. A gutsy 3.5-liter V-6 makes 300 hp and drives the front wheels through a CVT. The cabin is quiet, has an 8.0-inch touchscreen with nav and Apple CarPlay (no Android Auto), and can be fitted with diamond-quilted seat inserts, mahogany wood trim, and ambient lighting. Automated emergency braking is standard, and adaptive cruise control is optional.

That’s barely a down payment for any Rolls-Royce; they might not even let you in the door with so little cash. But for 95 percenters, 40 grand is a substantial sum, and in their eyes—had the industry not invented the premium category—this Maxima would qualify as a luxury. Or it would with an Infiniti label on it; another distinguishing characteristic of this class is that the cars share their mainstream brand names with lower-rung models such as the Corolla, Elantra, Forte, Cruze, and Sentra.

Regardless of the optics, there’s lots of room inside, comprehensive infotainment and connectivity, first-rate audio, upscale appointments, quality materials, and low levels of interior noise regardless of vehicle speed or pavement surface.

On the outside, the Maxima may not have the understated elegance of high-end rides from Europe or the in-your-face individuality of recent Cadillacs. But its various angles and creases make it at least as intriguing to look at as any Azera or Impala. And that front-end treatment—Nissan calls this new family look V-Motion—contributes to a curbside presence that makes it hard to ignore.

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