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The 2017 Nissan Maxima Bests Luxury Four-Doors in Performance and Standard Features

Compare to the BMW 3 Series and Acura TLX

We here at our Winston Salem, NC Nissan dealership serving Greensboro, Mt. Airy, Kernersville, High Point and Thomasville obviously hold our favorite brand's models in a higher regard than the competition. But when it comes to comparing our new Nissan models to the competition, it's not just us who think we have the advantage. This is evident when stacking the new 2017 Nissan Maxima against a couple of other four-door offerings out there.

The new Maxima will speak for itself when you visit 5795 University Parkway, Winston Salem, NC for a test drive, but it's nice to have leading industry experts sing its praises as well. For research's sake, we're comparing the 2017 Nissan Maxima with the 2017 Acura TLX and 2016 BMW 3-Series. All vehicles are compared in their base model, so you can expect price changes and varying sets of standard features as you find higher trim editions or different configurations of each.

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2017 Nissan Maxima vs. 2017 Acura TLX in Winston Salem

  • The standard front and rear air conditioning in the Maxima isn't offered in the TLX, which only covers the front seat for A/C.
  • Navigation comes standard in the Maxima, but isn't available at the base level of the TLX.
  • Equipped with a 300-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6, the Maxima vastly outperforms the new TLX, which runs on a four-cylinder and only produces 206 horsepower.
  • The Maxima is rated as having more passenger and cargo space when compared to the TLX.

Nissan Maxima vs. BMW 3 Series in Winston Salem

  • You'll appreciate the lower cost of the new Maxima when it's compared to the BMW 3-Series.
  • Navigation, dual power front seats and a fold-down rear seat are all standard with the Maxima, while those are only options for added costs in the 3-Series.
  • Once again, the Maxima bests the competition in terms of performance, with its 300-horsepower V-6 besting the 180-horsepower output of the 3-Series.
  • The Maxima earns five-star rating across the board for safety crash tests, while the BMW 3-Series gets a ding in the form of a four-star rating for the overall frontal crash test.
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