Vehicle Comparisons:
2016 Nissan Maxima vs. 2016 Toyota Avalon

The 2016 Nissan Maxima and the 2016 Toyota Avalon are two sedans sitting pretty at the top of the large sedan segment. Strong and efficient powertrains, advanced safety capabilities, and plenty of luxury vibes make their way into each of these premium people movers.

Which one is best for your daily travels around Cherry Hill? Find out as we put the Maxima and the Avalon to the ultimate test of large car capabilities in this vehicle comparison.

Eye-Catching Exteriors

2016 Nissan MaximaBoth the Nissan Maxima and the Toyota Avalon wear stylish outer shells that received updates for 2016. The idea for the 2016 Maxima took off after Nissan designers had a special visit with the US Navy’s Blue Angels. The resulting model’s chiseled body lines and signature floating roof capture its midflight muse. A double LED glow illuminates the 2016 Maxima’s head-on gaze and the inscription 4DSC sits in each lamp housing as a regal reminder of its four-door sports car nickname.

LEDs also take center stage on the 2016 Toyota Avalon’s revamped look. A widened grille with curved edges is the focal point of the Avalon’s attention-grabbing presence. Aside from the grille’s enhanced real estate, the Avalon body of former years still comprises this model’s persona in a straight-cut, thick-walled confidence.

Refined Powertrains

The 2016 Nissan Maxima and the 2016 Toyota Avalon each depend on 3.5-liter V6 engines as their main power producers. Even though they run on similar equipment, the Nissan Maxima’s 300-horsepower engine offers more excitement at the pedal in comparison to the Avalon’s 268
horsepower. Maxima pilots shift from an ultra-refined Xtronic continuously variable transmission that mimics automatic performance while Avalon drivers are at the command of a six-speed automatic.

2016 Nissan MaximaFor six-cylinder models, the Maxima and the Avalon each maintain impressive efficiency marks. The 2016 Maxima earns an EPA estimated 22 city and 30 highway mpg numbers that come in handy on daily commutes from Mount Laurel to Philadelphia. Fuel stats for the Toyota Avalon make things an even match with scores of 21 city and 31 highway mpg.

Whether you’re cruising Collingswood to do errands or running to Cherry Hill during the work week, the 2016 Maxima’s stable and lightweight ride make it a great choice for driving a variety of roadways.

Though the Toyota Avalon doesn’t offer acceleration on par with the Maxima’s extra level of punch, a retuned suspension helps add to the Avalon’s poised drive feel.

High-Tech Interiors

Several standout features perpetuate a theme of comfort and luxury throughout each of these five seaters. The Maxima makes it all look easy with form-fitting zero-gravity sport seats up front and a seven-degree driver’s console tilt that puts every dial twist and button push directly on your radar. The Toyota Avalon offers backseat passengers a rear seat center armrest with cup holder and comes with three auxiliary power outlets onboard for on-the-go charging.

Both of these forward-thinking sedans feature lavish touches such as leather-wrapped steering wheels and ambient lighting. High-tech media and entertainment is also plentiful from the Maxima’s 8-inch multitouch color monitor that runs NissanConnect and SiriusXM to the Avalon’s Toyota Entune system controlled by a 7-inch touchscreen.

Safety Standouts

While the 2016 Maxima and the 2016 Avalon have yet to undergo complete safety testing, it’s clear that they each make safety a priority with many smart features on board.

The all-new Nissan Maxima model is the first to wear several never-before-seen safety technologies created by Nissan. One of these systems is Driver Attention Alert that helps combat fatigue in the driver’s seat by monitoring your steering patterns and alerting you if it senses swaying.

Your Sedan Decision and Cherry Hill Nissan

From an engine with access to extra passing power to an interior that’s designed for optimal driver comfort, the 2016 Nissan Maxima is a thrilling model that succeeds in its mission to unite sporty and quick with large and in charge. Cherry Hill, Mount Laurel, and Collingswood area car shoppers can schedule a test drive of the all-new 2016 Nissan Maxima today at Cherry Hill Nissan!

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