One of the characteristics of the 2010 Nissan Maxima that helps improve overall safety is that the driver's seat affords good visibility. An optional rear center console, which converts the Maxima to a four-passenger car, eliminates the folding seat. Redesigned for 2009, the Maxima got an exterior to match its sport-sedan reputation, with curvier sheetmetal, an aggressive front-end design, and an overall stance that makes it seem like it could have rear-wheel drive. On the upscale Nissan Maxima 3. P0123 2006 Nissan Maxima Description The Throttle Position Sensor responds to the accelerator pedal movement. Especially of note in the 2010 Nissan Maxima is a Sport Package, which brings firmer suspension tuning, larger 19-inch wheels, paddle shifters, upgraded front seats, and a host of other upgrades. Overall, the Maxima has a firm yet supple ride, allowing good handling response without sacrificing comfort.
And he always educate you about the available options. The Super Cockpit instrument panel design in the 2010 Nissan Maxima especially stands out, and it resembles that offered in several vehicles from Infiniti, Nissan's upmarket brand. This ride is comfortable and quiet. Most, however, found the rear seats to offer plenty of comfort and space, which will make passengers happy. Transmission: Automatic Color:Purple Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: 4. That includes five-star ratings for front and side impacts, as well as a perfect five-star rollover protection rating. Otherwise, interior refinement, materials, and build quality are quite good.
It makes 255 at 6,000 rpm and 252 pounds-feet of at 4,400 rpm. The Maxima has it in spades. The Maxima's interior design carries the look and feel of a vehicle with a luxury-brand badge, thanks to a mix of matte-metallic and soft-touch surfaces along with two different grades of available leather. I've only owned this car a few months but with that I have no regrets. To see what details are different this year, check out a of the two model years. Maxima handling business I love this car, love the acceleration, love the way it handles. It gives the car a boxier face, though the rear remains as bulbous as ever.
When I needed to accelerate again, it snapped to attention a few moments late. Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: 4. Changes include a fresh front end, an upgraded interior and several mechanical revisions that will appeal to those who value comfort over performance. The 2010 Nissan Maxima also offers a long list of optional features, but the vast majority of them come only in packages. Standard equipment includes a sunroof, push-button start, Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control and an auxiliary jack. While 2011 versions of the full-size four-door are now hitting dealerships, we tested the virtually identical 2010 version.
Front occupants get great seats—especially with the Sport Package—but backseat occupants will likely find headroom tight. I have driven the car for 10k now and have enjoyed every second of it. I have everything that an infinity or Mercedes may have in it for half the price and for me I love this better. Stabilizer bars are included front and back, and in spirited driving, a new Twin Orifice Steering System helps provide good feedback from the road, while remaining rather light around tight corners. Their tapered borders suggest they were designed for aerodynamics, not visibility, and I found myself wishing the car had clip-on mirror extensions.
I am amazed at what this car can do. The interior and exterior look classy. In addition, the sensor detects the opening and closing speed of the throttle valve and feeds the voltage signal to the. Maximum trunk space is 14. For now, the current car offers a high-quality — if somewhat flawed — cabin and engaging road manners. Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: 4. I will definitely recommend Nissan buyers to stop by Nissan Gerald in Naperville at Ogden and see these two guys Howard and Tony and they will make your buying experience a celebration.
Especially of note in the 2010 Nissan Maxima is a Sport Package, which brings firmer suspension tuning, larger 19-inch wheels, paddle shifters, upgraded front seats, and a host of other upgrades. Currently the Nissan Maxima has a score of 8. Over prolonged stretches of rough asphalt — where softly suspended cars typically come undone — it remained reasonably planted. Nissan's flagship sedan, the Maxima, was completely redesigned last year. An is optional for both trim levels. I have everything that an infinity or Mercedes may have in it for half the price and for me I love this better. A fully loaded Maxima comes with such amenities as heated rear seats, power-folding outside mirrors and a heated steering wheel.
To create a review that will be extremely useful to shoppers, TheCarConnection. The only reason for coming to this dealer is Howard Krick. Fuel economy is good with the setup, at 19 mpg city, 26 mpg highway. It often began , but then felt like it disengaged entirely into neutral. To see what details are different this year, check out a of the two model years. You can read about the new testing system. Built on the same platform as the Altima mid-size sedan, the front-wheel-drive 2010 Nissan Maxima takes a sportier and more luxurious direction than the Altima.
Send Kelsey an Hide full review. Car shoppers who want midsize performance should save some scratch and get the V-6 Altima. Interior When a car gets to be a few years old it usually looks dated next to competitors that have been more recently redesigned. I found the pedal smooth and easy to modulate, and it delivered strong stopping power when needed. The 2010 Nissan Maxima isn't the quietest vehicle on the road, but the sounds that enter the cabin aren't all of the bad variety. My experience was brief, which was just what I wanted. The tachometer needle simply jumps to 3,500 rpm or higher, and off you go.
He knows exactly what a customer is looking for. Those used to a cushy ride may still find the Maxima too harsh, but I think the majority of shoppers will be pleased. I drive 80 miles a day in about 60% highway and 40% city I average about 24 mpg. I have a slight complaint issue, which apparently is common with these. All Maximas have standard brakes with. Stabilizer bars are included front and back, and a new Twin Orifice Steering System helps provide good feedback from the road in spirited driving, while remaining rather light around tight corners. Electronic stability control is now standard, as are front side airbags, side curtain bags, active front headrests, and anti-lock brakes.