This car is great. It has all the luxury of a luxury sedan with the fun of something sportier. I have the platinum edition and like it more than the Audi s4 I owned in the past. It drives well, has a lot of safety features and great safety rating. I like the sport mode. It links to my phone easily. They are adding the sport spoiler for me later this week. It looks great, it drives great, and I am 100% satisfied.
I test drove the 2016 Charger, The Honda Accord Sport, and a Kia Optima SX….All where very nice Sedans. Charger was what I set out to buy. Once I got behind the wheel of 2017 Maxima I was HOME…I felt transformed, and I am not your Typical Nissan or Honda Cultist. I have driven American Cars most of my life I had a 1971 and 1980 Toyota Corolla and a 1993 Altima but all the other 5 cars I bought new..Pontiac Gran Prix SE and a couple of Chevys. This car is by far the best thing I’ve owned, Its got more pick up then any of the other Cars with 300 HP 6 cyl. It handles like a Sports car and rides like a luxury car. A ton of room and the base model is loaded. Only thing I mss is the Sunroof which only comes in the upper models. And I didn’t have to pay $40 K to get what I wanted.
It is a very comfortable with a lot of space, sporty design, smooth ride and quick. With athletic handling four wheel independent suspension and speed sensing steering. The next day he came home with a radar detector. Standard V6 engine powerful acceleration transmission CVT. Love the Gun metallic color and the interior is charcoal with leather appointed seats. Navigation system with a great back up camera AM/FM radio, CD player, siriusXm, Apple play and Sumsang or Aux with 8 speakers. Dual front seat side airbags, side curtain airbags and forward collision warning.
|EPA Classification||Mid-Size Cars|
|MPG/MPGe||30 Highway / 21 City|
|Engine||Premium Unleaded V-6 3.5L/213 cu in|
|Drive Train||Front Wheel Drive|
|Overall Crash Safety Rating||5 / 5 Stars|
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