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2019 Nissan Maxima SR – The 4-Door Sports Car?

June 6, 2020



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For nearly 40 years, #Nissan has offered a sporty, premium flagship sedan in America called the #Maxima. The #NissanMaxima has always been the flagship for the Nissan lineup and while sedan sales have suffered a lot over the year, the company managed to sell about 3,000 units in January 2019. Having some much history helps and with so many Maxima fans out there, the current generation gets a slight tweak for 2019. Standard LED headlights, a new head unit, and additional safety features make it a more attractive premium sedan but is it truly the four-door sports car that Nissan wants you to think it is?

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  • Happy Saturday everyone! That Avalon Touring that you see in the background will be making an appearance in an upcoming comparison test! It should show up in a week or two, until then… Let us know what you think would be the winner: The Avalon Touring or Maxima SR?

    Redline Reviews June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I pressed the SUVS button in my subscription menu and this is the third thing to pop up…

    I'mMeJax June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • An awful lots of bad comments from Sofyan, for an inexpensive sedan with premium interior and a heck of a lot of power at a small price.
    Just got a 4 year old with 20,000 km for half of what it retailed new.

    spruceguitar June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I can't believe people still buy Nissan especially because the internet exists.

    I'm Your Huckleberry June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • needs some HKS exhaust

    GLI MK7 June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • For ALL those people complaining about the CVT and how this car is not a sports car or whatever…. well, is obvious you haven't driven one or owe one. Therefore you're ALL clearly extremely JEALOUS!!!! nuf said.

    h Ma June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Love the car but man is this thing slow. 35,000? No thanks. With that money I can buy a used q50 for 13 grand with 30,000 miles and still have some money left over. Don’t even let me get started on the absolutely garbage CVT transmission.

    Calvin Gates June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • More horsepower!!!

    Snapcitty June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I hate cvt feeling

    Ma Ba St June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • 😂Straight🤦GARBAGE😂

    homeboy703 June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Just give us awd mate but man I luv that car

    John Okoh June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • A combination of Civic and Lexus.

    MR Deepety June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I don't know why he complains so much about the key fob. I know it's an older design, but who cares! It's small, compact, simple, looks nice, nice to hold, and fits very well in my pocket. I like it better than the bulky rectangular ones that the other automakers use…

    Jonathon Janey June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I’ve owned Nissan maximas since 2006, it’s a good car I love it. However it’s 4 door sports car it was never perform or run like a sports car. And the radling is a defect and recall from Nissan

    Juan Osorio June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • The queer reviewer guys voice is hella bad

    John Ward June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I know this is a older video but hopefully someone can answer me, does this tighter suspension that much of a difference (along with the other sport add on) from the SR to SL? My mother has a 2018 SL and I’m planning on taking it over although with the way I drive and love sporty driving idk if I should save and wait for a SR

    Oli June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • This guy is sooo Negative with Nissan an Infiniti…..🤷🏽🤔

    JRM FACT'S June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • this car looks new and clean.

    Christopher K June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Here is the current old key fab…. coming up 20 years

    Hugh McIntosh June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • In a nissann gtr no duhhhh dummyy

    Jaime Camacho June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • At 00:45, are the headlights "dancing" or is it just the LEDs appearing that way on camera? Really curious to know how this was done.

    Eye of the Liger June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • People who’ve never been inside a maxima will always judge it until they’re inside the beast and now you’re a fan!💯

    Yaw Yaw June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Maxima’s be looking so clean in the summer time with that roof. I have to have one. SR, black rims, roof. I’m jealous everytime I see one

    D’ Angilo Clide June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • They should put the Infiniti Q50 red sport 400 engine in this car!!!!

    Travis Ephriam June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I have an 09 Altima and the fucking CVT sounds like an F16 starting up in 3rd gear

    IFreakingEatPeople June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Test drive thousands of them. Fast asf

    Jimitry Torchon June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Oh my gosh I was wondering what these kind of cars was named til I typed in " The most popular Nissan cars ". I love these cars. ❤💗💖

    Queen Makayla June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • I have a 2012 Nissan sentra spec v. It's a sport sedan pulling 200 horsepower at 197 foot pounds of torque. It's also a manual transmission. This new Nissan is beautiful but it's not a sports car.

    Daniel Dufour June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1ZjSOWstAY&t=206s

    ola TV June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • Some of the consumers that consider this automobile don't get off on revving the engine to hear the exhaust note (actually, the quieter the better), don't opt for jack-rabbit starts where one rightfully expects FWD front tire spin, nor do we care about whether this vehicle is truly a "4-door sports car". That's purely marketing mumbo jumbo and trolling. I don't understand why your reviews don't take into consideration vehicle users and owners who are more serious about their car. For example, the kinds of factors that are of interest to me relate to a number of flaws or defects my current Maxima SV has….a lack of driver pull grips or handles in the headliner to ease entrance and exit (how utterly cheap and ill-conceived); the elimination of unwanted interior reflections on the front windshield hampering driver outward view (Bose speaker on dash reflects in window); the limited vertical travel of the power seats in the car, which make it impossible to elevate and get a better view over the dash. These are just a few of the metrics that are substantive and are lacking in so many of the so-called expert car reviews uploaded to You Tube. Are there any "old guy" reviewers who offer more meaningful analyses of automobiles? We're not all so taken with exterior design cues and whether the exhaust tips are faux or real. And, as noted above, some of us viewers prefer the 300 bhp V6 with sheer quiet while driving and no transmittal of road/tire/exhaust noise. When are you guys going to grow up and get serious?

    Denny Libertario June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • These comments from people who haven't driven the car kill me. While the car is still hideous looking, this thing is quite a driver. Road trip to Chicago and the ride, adaptive cruise control, fuel economy, and more are extremely impressive. I also love how the Acrua TLX's interior is "old". What exactly is going on in this Maxima?!

    A22DNAL June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • #Whiplash

    griff Hall June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply
  • a plus for nissan is the always put a CD player in the newer cars thank u for that💚

    Christopher Maize June 6, 2020 3:16 pm Reply

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