Nissan Maxima 2004 posters

Nissan Maxima

The current Maxima, dubbed A34, utilizes the same FF-L platform as the 3rd-generation Nissan Altima, as well as several other Nissan models. The only countries it is available in are the United States, Canada, and Mexico - the same countries the Altima is sold in. All Maximas feature the reliable VQ35DE DOHC V6 engine, now rated at 265 hp (198 kW). Since its inception in 1995, the VQ35DE, (as well as its predecessor, the VQ30DE) have both won the annual Wards 10 Best Engines award. In Australia, the engine produces a more modest 170 kW, and can only be had with a 4-speed automatic transmission - the US versions can have a 5-speed automatic as an optional feature. For those looking for a more hands-on experience, the Maxima can be found with a 6-speed manual as standard. Additionally, features a multi-link independent rear suspension setup, just like the Altima. However, this added weight has made the Maxima slower than its Altima sibling. In other parts of the world, a downsized Maxima is available, in the form of the Nissan Teana. It is known as the Nissan Cefiro in some countries, and is built on the standard FF-L Altima platform - rather than the larger FF-L used for the North American Maxima. The American Maxima seeks to find the perfect balance between sport and luxury, whereas other models tend to prioritize more on comfort. For the 2007 model year, Nissan has equipped the Maxima with a continuously variable transmission as standard.

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