2010 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
The car handles and accelerates extremely well. The CVT has yielded very good fuel economy for a car with 290hp. The CVT unfortunately takes away from really making the maxima a four door sports sedan but it does make it feel and sound more like a luxury sedan. If you want to impress you can really use the driver sport mode to make the car sound and feel more like a normal automatic transmission which I have used quite often.
Music box hard drive. Rearview camera. Heated steering wheel and heated front seats. Xenon headlights. CVT for decent fuel economy.
Illuminated homelink and moonroof controls at night. Fog light on and cruise control on light indicator in the instrument cluster. Light in the glove box and center console at night. Mood lighting to include the front foot wells as well. Better voice recognition for the phone and navigation commands
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