The 2009 Sporty Nissan Maxima

images-3.jpgProbably the car that has had the biggest identity crisis over the years is the Nissan Maxima sedan.  It has been a luxury car, mainstream car, and even a sporty car.  Now, however, the 2009 version of the Nissan Maxima has gone back to its roots.

The new Maxima has been reinvigorated and deserves to be called a four-door version of a sports car.  The Maxima has been downsized in wheelbase, as well as its overall length.

However, some important things haven’t been trimmed down.  For instance, it has a 290 horsepower pumped out by the 3.5 liter VQ V-6 engine.  This is 35 more than last years version.  Also the mileage remains at 19 in the city and 26 on the highway, which is a big achievement.

Although the 2009 Maxima is shorter, it has an added width and track.  This will provide a more stable ride.

Consumers are excited about purchasing this vehicle. The draw is the sporty body, and its stability and reliability.  With the addition of roadside assistance, motorists can rest assured that they are protected. After all, you never want to find yourself stuck on the side of the road.

Posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 at 12:56 pm In Roadside Assistance Program