TO WEIGHT RATIO
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The power-to-weight ratio is a vital measure of a car’s performance. The lighter your car is and the more horsepower it has, the faster it’ll go. Maxima’s got 11.6 lbs to pull per horse. That’s less than the Acura TLX, the Toyota Avalon, and the BMW 3 Series. Just like in golf, the lower the number, the better the performance. [*]
2020 Nissan Maxima®
Most competitors have their own version of a handling and steering system, but only Maxima’s Integrated Dynamic-control Module offers Active Ride Control. When you go over road bumps, this feature subtly applies the brakes to level the chassis, helping to give you a smooth, controlled ride. [*]
Maxima offers design elements you just won’t find on the competition. A massive dual panel panoramic moonroof makes everyone feel like they’re right up in the clouds. The pillars appear to meld into the glasswork, giving the illusion of a roof that hovers over the cabin like a fighter jet canopy. Suddenly feel the need for speed? [*]
Maxima’s luxurious interior features available quilted, Italian-made Alcantara® — a material that’s usually reserved for the highest of high-end performance cars. Pair that with front Zero Gravity seats, designed to help provide a natural driving posture and help take pressure off your lower back, and you’ve got yourself unmatched interior comfort. [*]
While other luxury sedans in the segment might offer a feature that tracks tire pressure, only the 2020 Maxima also includes the convenience of Easy-Fill Tire Alert. It honks the horn when the tire you're filling reaches the right pressure. That's something these out-of-segment competitors don't offer either. [*]
Not only does Maxima let you start your vehicle remotely
Maxima’s Advanced Drive Assist Display is bigger than the competition’s, so a quick glance at the screen in front of you is all you need to get your driving info: turn by turn navigation, audio, outside temperature, tire pressure, and more. It’s the difference between your old flip phone, and your new smartphone. [*]
U.S. Instrumentation Shown
Using radar technology to keep an eye on your speed and proximity to the vehicle ahead, Intelligent Emergency Braking gives you audio and visual display warnings to help you reduce your speed if necessary. If a collision is unavoidable, this feature will engage the brakes to help reduce both the speed of the impact and the severity of a collision. [*]
Maxima’s standard Intelligent Forward Collision Warning system is so intuitive, it can alert you to potential risks up ahead by monitoring the first two vehicles in front of you. That’s right, two; which means it can see what you – and the competition – can’t. [*]
Maxima’s Driver Attention Alert system monitors your steering patterns, and alerts you with a chime and lit up coffee cup icon if it detects unusual steering activity that may indicate fatigue.