Nissan Maxima Vs Honda Accord Seattle
Thinking about a 4 door sedan? I'm sure your considering the Honda Accord.
Let us tell you why the Nissan Maxima is hands down a better choice.
In 2009, the popular Nissan Maxima returned to its heritage as a
authoritative 4-door sports car a first-class performance sedan with
remarkable styling, a sophisticated interior and a range of available
technology features. As a blend of sedan practicality and the soul of a
sports car, the Maxima enters the second year of the all-new design with
its category leadership uncontested. For 2010, Maxima adds a few new
touches, such as fine-tuning of its color palette and available option
packages. Maxima is again offered in two well-equipped models, Maxima 3.5 S
and Maxima 3.5 SV, each equipped with a receptive 290-horsepower 3.5-liter V6
engine and Xtronic CVT transmission. All of which you won't find in the
Honda Accord Seattle.
On the road or standing still, Maxima offers a presence that clearly sets
it apart from other mid-size sedans on the market today. With an exterior
design theme that its creators call Liquid Motion, Maximas exterior is
highlighted by the flow of its powerful and beautiful surfaces, like the
ripple of a wave. The look starts with Maximas commanding stance and
powerful fender dimensions, which is not unlike that of many exotic sports
cars. This deeply sculpted body/fender design is seldom used for mass
market vehicles because of the engineering and manufacturing difficulty
required to physically accomplish it. Maximas stance is created by its
sporty proportions a careful balance between wheelbase and overall length,
along with a wide front and rear track. Maximas vibrant performance stance
is accented by 18-inch and available 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with
low-profile performance tires.
In creating driving a benchmark of excellence worthy of Nissans flagship,
the Maxima body and chassis engineering teams worked together to create a
self-assured feeling, virtually no torque steer during acceleration and a
level of agility that ultimately makes the car fun to drive. A range of
enhancements (versus the previous generation Maxima) helped accomplish
these targets, including increasing body stiffness and adjusting the
wheelbase and track dimensions.
Maximas suspension is designed to be both invigorating and relaxing,
combining receptive handling with a comfortable ride. The subframe-mounted
strut/coil spring front suspension makes a widespread use of lightweight
aluminum parts. An X-type upper cowl structure helps provide front body
rigidity for suspension mounting. The Maximas multi-link independent rear
suspension design, also subframe-mounted, offers exceptional handling by
minimizing camber change during cornering. The rear shock absorbers and
springs are separated and the shocks are in line with the center of the
rear wheels, providing outstanding damping and minimal harshness. Front
and rear stabilizer bars are standard.
For more info on why you should consider the Nissan Maxima over the Honda
Accord in Seattle, swing in to drive one for yourself. To schedule a test
drive call 360-373-6300 and ask for the Customer Care Dept today!
5101 Auto Center Blvd
Bremerton, WA 98312
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