New Nissan Maxima Offers Special Midnight SR Model

The Nissan Maxima is truly a vehicle that offers customers the best of both worlds—it’s a “four-door sports car” that combines the greatest conveniences of a sedan with all the fun and performance of a sports car. You might not realize it, but the Maxima is the second-ranked car in the whole Nissan lineup when it comes to performance. It trails only the supercar GT-R.

New Nissan Maxima

For the new Nissan Maxima model, the brand cooked up some extra special trims. For example, the Midnight SR trim is basically a cool blacked-out version of the Maxima sedan. The Midnight SR was first showcased at the BET Experience, highlighting the black accents on the wheels, mirrors, and wings. These black accents all combine to create an intimidating and impressive-looking vehicle.

The Nissan Maxima, available now here at Economy Nissan, comes with a V6 engine that gets you 300 horsepower, 261 lb-ft of torque, and can go from zero to sixty in just six seconds. With a top speed of 155 mph, the Maxima is ready to rule the roads. But don’t worry, it’s also a four door sedan, so you can fit the family in for all that road conquest.

Next-Generation Nissan LEAF Might Have 300 Mile Range

The Nissan LEAF is already the most popular electric vehicle in the world, but if the reports about the next-generation model are true, the LEAF is just getting started. The Nissan brand is now reporting that the next-generation Nissan LEAF could get over 300 miles on a single charge, a range that would give it an incredible competitive advantage.

Next-Generation Nissan LEAF

However, we don’t even have to wait that long to see a more efficient Nissan LEAF hit the market. While the outgoing model has a 24 kWh battery that gets 84 on a single charge, the new 2016 model LEAF has a 30 kWh battery that should get up to 105 to 110 miles on a single charge. That’s already a pretty marked increase, though seems small when you imagine an electric car with a 300 mile range instead.

The next-generation Nissan LEAF model will also include general powertrain updates, a regenerative braking system, and plenty of other features that are all designed to increase the vehicle’s efficiency.

While we don’t yet have the 2016 model in stock yet here at Economy Nissan, you can easily get behind the wheel of a 2015 model today!