2009 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
Let me first start by saying that this is one of the most fun cars I have had the pleasure of driving. It sucks down the recommended 93 octane like it is a sports car with a big engine. Oh wait, it is a sports car (4-doors) with a good sized engine. The ride is a little stiff but it is supposed to be like that. There are more bells and whistles that I can shake a stick at. If you want luxury, you will get most of the high end items that you would get from the others. If you like to drive, this is a great car!
Push your foot into the pedal and it will let you know there is power there. The 18s and the suspension pull you through corner without effort. The interior is very comfortable and a please to be in for long periods. I don't have one favorite feature because there are too many to list!
GPS by Zenrin and Navteq is VERY outdated. Roads takes years to build but these two companies can't keep up and they get blindsided with new roads. There are POIs that are outdated by FOUR years! Don't buy GPS. The use of the navigation and stereo package are not intuitive. Clumsy.
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