Aside from visual upgrades, value is a strong part of this equation. Continue Reading...
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The 2017 Nissan Maxima is about $100 more expensive then last year’s model, with a starting MSRP of $33,395. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Maxima and Chevrolet Impala are two popular large sedans. Which one would YOU rather make monthly payments on? Continue Reading...
Sometimes it takes a look to the past to see just how far we’ve come. That’s why we’re testing a 2015 model year vehicle against its 2016 counterpart this week. Continue Reading...
Nissan has halted sales on certain 2016 Maxima models. Continue Reading...
A 1996 Nissan Maxima has gone from Craigslist ad to Internet superstar. Continue Reading...
The next-generation Nissan Maxima has been spied for the first time. Continue Reading...
Nissan is tipping its hat to the future at this year’s Detroit automotive soiree. The Japanese brand unveiled a design study that hints what a next-generation Maxim might look like. Officially this orange four-door is called the Sport Sedan Concept. Continue Reading...
Shopping for a new car? Then chances are you’re not in the market for one of these ten vehicles. Unless, of course, you put a lot of value on the individuality of your vehicle. The following list, compiled by TrueCar for 247WallSt details the Top 10 cars that sat on dealership lots the longest before… Continue Reading...
Nissan has announced pricing for its 2014 model year Maxima, with the 3.5 S model starting at $31,810 including an $810 destination and handling fee. Continue Reading...
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released its list of the top stolen vehicles in 2012, with the Honda Accord and Civic taking first and second, respectively. Continue Reading...
There’s something magical about going on a road trip. Whether it’s the allure of visiting a far-flung destination or just the call of the highway, piling into a car and eating up miles satiates mankind’s wanderlust. Of course some vehicles are better for long-distance drives than others. A quiet interior, comfortable seats and smooth ride… Continue Reading...
America is the land of the free and the home of large sedans. With miles and miles of miles and miles, drivers don’t have to contend with congested urban parking or dreadful highway traffic like their European counterparts. We’re free to relax and stretch our legs clear across the continent if we so desire. U.S…. Continue Reading...
Nissan has just released pricing for its 2013 Maxima, revealing that it will start at $32,780, representing an increase of about $400 over the 2012 model. Continue Reading...
Sometimes it’s pretty difficult to determine what makes a vehicle reliable. But one sound way is to look back and see how much the average repair cost was for a vehicle over three to five years, and seeing which ones suffered the least breakdowns. Data was studied using 100,000 auto warranty policies linked to family… Continue Reading...
Nissan is planning a dozen new cars for the next few years, including redesigned Altima and Sentra sedans, some new trucks, and an electric vehicle for Infiniti. The Altima, Sentra, and Titan are getting long in the tooth, and even the Maxima and Murano. Those will get replaced with all new cars before 2014. Infiniti… Continue Reading...
Armored cars are an expensive proposition, nearly always costing well above $100,000, and for this reason, they’re rarely anything but luxury sedans or SUVs. The problem with this phenomenon is that the places where armored cars are really needed, discretion is often better than driving an ostentatious bling-mobile. Texas Armoring, one of the leading armored… Continue Reading...
Each year J.D. Power & Associates does a study that examines the most appealing cars to consumers and this year there is one big surprise. The Hyundai Genesis sedan topped the BMW 5 Series and Jaguar XF in the mid-sized luxury segment for the 2009 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. The APEAL Study… Continue Reading...