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Nissan Maxima unveiled in full in New York

The next-generation Nissan Maxima was unveiled overnight at the 2015 New York auto show. Under the bonnet there's a 3.5-litre V6 driving the front wheels via a continuously variable transmission. With 60 percent of its parts claimed to be new, the 3.5-litre V6 produces a maximum of 224kW of power. In the USA, the Maxima is estimated to attain a fuel economy rating of 7...

Nissan Sport Sedan concept previews next US-market Maxima

The Nissan Sport Sedan concept embodies the latest evolution of the car maker's new design language and previews the next generation of its popular Maxima large car for the US market. Revealed at the Detroit auto show, the Sport Sedan concept is the third in a trio of recent design studies – joining the Resonance and Friend-Me concepts – to share signature design elements that the Japanese manufacturer says will influence all future Nissans...

Nissan Maxima: no new model coming as Altima takes over

The Nissan Maxima is set to disappear from Australian showrooms after more than 20 years as the brand’s flagship sedan. Nissan chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura admitted there would be no new version of the Nissan Teana – called Maxima in Australia – confirming the all-new Nissan Altima would fill its role as the company’s D-segment sedan for right-hand-drive markets...

2012 Nissan Maxima update on sale in Australia

The 2012 Nissan Maxima is now on sale in Australia. The 2012 model year update retains the old prices and brings a number of technology upgrades across the range. The Maxima 250 ST-L and 350 ST-S now get Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity with steering wheel controls. The system does not support audio streaming. The 350 Ti benefits most from the update...

2009 Nissan Maxima at MIMS

Nissan Australia has unvieled the 2009 Nissan Maxima at the Melbourne International Motorshow. The new J32 Maxima will go on sale in June. The original Maxima was introduced back in 1990 and new generation starts from $33,990. Powered by the VQ35 3.5-litre engine or a 2.5-litre VQ25DE  the new Maxima is set to excite the market with its bold design and better fuel efficiency...

2009 Nissan Maxima revealed

Nissan has taken the covers off the new 2009 Nissan Maxima ahead of its official debut at the New York Auto Show. The new Maxima sports a completely new look, one which may actually hint at Nissan's new design trademarks. In particular, supposed early leaks of the yet to be released 370Z (the successor to the 350Z utilising a non-turbo version of the GT-R's 3...