The 2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight is special, limited-edition model of popular vehicle. Nissan has already launched it to dealerships. New car has few modifications comparing to regular model, and as its name says, it is black-themed. These complete black cars are popular nowadays. Before Maxima Chevrolet Silverado Black Out Edition and Dodge Durango Blacktop used this stylish trick. There are also few other additions which make new Maxima SR more exclusive and sophisticated. Finally it will face big competition in.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight design
First what we see on the 2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight is that exterior faced a lot of modifications. It is bold and daring vehicle. Also, there is some sport touch on the Midnight model. On the back is sporty spoiler and rocker-panel moldings and rear diffuser are added. The 19-inch aluminum wheels and splash guards are specially designed for new 2016 Maxima SR Midnight. Interior has also being transformed. It has four doors, like premium sedans from Nissan. Charcoal-colored premium Ascot leather upholstery is highlight of the cabin, and there are some Alcantara accents. Finally this Maxima model gets all other SR trim features, including heated and cooled seats or aluminum pedals. There are also paddle shifters and steering wheel is with Alcantara inserts.
2016 Maxima SR Midnight engine
This model uses standard Maxima drivetrain. It is 3.5-l V6. The 2016 Maxima SR Midnight will have output of 300 horsepower and 261 pound-feet of torque. Transmission system that sends power to front wheels is Xtranic continuously variable transmission. Finally from company announced that new Maxima SR Midnight got 15% kicker in mileage and now you can go 30 mpg. Upgraded dampers and sport tuned suspension gives better feel of drive.
2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight price and competition
When this model appears, according to price calculator, it value will be around $40.400, without shipping charges. Finally new 2016 Nissan Maxima SR Midnight faces competition in Volkswagen CC, LaCrosse and Volvo S60.