The 2015 Nissan Maxima is one of the most lucrative deals in the automotive industry at the moment. Not only is this vehicle one of the best lookers, it has the performance potential equivalent to a true bred American sports car! However, ever since the decline in the overall demand for vehicles in November 2014, Nissan has buckled up and started reworking their sales strategies for the upcoming year and the 2015 Maxima is surely their trump card!
There has been a two percent drop in sales in November 2014, as compared to a similar time frame from 2013.
November 2014 sales have also dropped three percent since October 2014. 2015 is however expected to be better as Nissan has various new models lined up for the year. The Murano and Maxima are expected to be refreshed and the current model will be sold, until the next-gen model arrives at dealerships.
The 2015 Nissan Maxima shares quite a few features with the upcoming Murano, although, the two feature their share of differences too! The Japanese automaker is also working to reveal two models based on the Maxima lineup and you can check up on our previous story for additional inputs!
Experts believe that the 2015 Nissan Maxima is further inspired from the Sport Sedan Concept, which was revealed at the New York and Detroit Motor Shows. Nissan has gone vocal with this revelation and have made their ideas public! According to the firm, the upcoming Maxima heavily borrows design cues from the Sports Sedan Concept and this is evident from the exterior dynamics of the vehicle.
Even though the experts have had very little time to spend with the Concept vehicle, they believe that Nissan has managed to get things right with the next-gen model. The company boasts of a few excellent vehicles under their belt and this is reason enough for us to trust their capability.
While the design aspects of the vehicle are currently under debate, initial speculations suggest that the 2015 Nissan Maxima features a four-wheel drivetrain, 3.5-liter V6 engine block that is hooked on to a Continuously Variable Transmission system, with an optional four-cylinder 2.5-liter Hybrid engine block!
It is no surprise that the production variant of the 2015 Nissan Maxima has already entered the initial stages of manufacturing and a prototype has been seen testing on numerous occasions. Numerous images of the same have been popping up for a while now, although, the vehicle is heavily camouflaged.
We plan on getting back to you with the latest news, reports and updates as soon as Nissan comes up with a definitive response. What are your views on the 2015 Nissan Maxima? Let us know via the Comments Section below.