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Full 2007 Nissan Maxima Review
Bob Marks- Driver Review Expert
What's New for 2007
2007 Nissan Maxima receives a few changes this year. A new continuously
variable transmission (CVT) is standard, and it replaces both the
six-speed manual and five-speed automatic from last year. Nissan has
also updated the car's front styling and improved its interior
ergonomics a bit. Detail-oriented buyers might also notice that the V6
engine is rated for 10 less horsepower this year, but this is because of
the implementation of a new SAE testing procedure. Actual engine
performance is unaffected.
when one pays a bit extra, one gets a bit extra -- for instance, when
the teenager at the local burger hut asks, "Would you like fries with
that?" or at the grocery store when you decide to cough up an extra
$1.50 for triple-ply toilet paper instead of two-ply. The 2007 Nissan
Maxima represents a similar step-up approach in the family sedan
segment. For a little bit more cash, this Japanese front-drive sedan
provides buyers with a powerful V6 engine, a sport-themed persona, a
little more room and a few extra features. This has been a successful
formula for Nissan, and the Maxima, which has been around for more than
two decades now, is one of the company's most well-known nameplates in
For 2007, Nissan has made some tweaks to its flagship
sedan as part of a midcycle refresh. The car's front-end styling has
been redone with a new hood, bumper and headlights in hopes of making
the car look more contemporary, and the interior has a redesigned center
stack with better ergonomics. The big news, however, is the
introduction of a standard continuously variable transmission (CVT). A
CVT lacks fixed gearing in the traditional sense and instead continually
and automatically adjusts the transmission's effective gear ratios for
optimum acceleration and fuel economy. Nissan's been working on CVTs for
a while now, and it says the unit in the Maxima has quicker response
compared to the one in the Murano.
After driving the 2007 Nissan
Maxima, we can confirm that this CVT is indeed smoother and more
responsive than previous applications of this technology, and it makes
good use of the 3.5-liter V6's power band. However, the lack of
conventional shift points takes some of the involvement out of the
driving experience, even with the Maxima's simulated manual mode.
Besides that, the CVT offers only a small improvement in EPA fuel
economy estimates compared to last year's five-speed automatic. In
addition, Nissan has dropped the manual transmission this year.
Certainly, having a manual tranny is not the cornerstone of sedan
desirability, but it has made the Maxima stand out in the past as one of
the sportier options in its price range. And now there are even more
choices than ever for an upper-crust family sedan. There are the Acura
TSX, Chrysler 300C, Subaru Legacy and Volkswagen Passat, for instance.
Even Nissan's fully redesigned Altima and Toyota's new Camry are worth
taking a look at. Bottom line? With so many choices awaiting those
willing to pay a bit extra, the Maxima is looking increasingly less
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
2007 Nissan Maxima is a midsize sedan. There are two trims available:
Maxima 3.5 SE and Maxima 3.5 SL. The SE is designed to be the sportier
of the two. It comes with features like 18-inch wheels, a SkyView fixed
glass-paneled roof, power windows and mirrors, keyless entry, a power
driver seat, metallic interior trim, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel
and an eight-speaker CD stereo with an MP3 jack and
steering-wheel-mounted controls. Along with its softer suspension
tuning, the more luxurious SL has 17-inch wheels, HID headlights, wood
interior trim, a power passenger seat, leather upholstery, front seat
heaters and a 320-watt Bose audio system with CD changer. Most of the
SL's additional features can also be had on the SE as part of the
One can further upgrade the Maxima SE and SL with
the Preferred Package, which comes with Bluetooth connectivity, rear
park assist, driver seat memory positioning and a heated steering wheel.
Another interesting choice is the Elite Package. It changes the car's
rear seating area into a more comfortable two-passenger setup with a
center console and rear sunshade. Maximas with the Elite package are
pricey, though, as Nissan bundles in the Preferred Package and, on the
SE, the Sensory Package. Main standalone options for the car include a
navigation system, satellite radio and a traditional sunroof.
Powertrains and Performance
front-drive Maxima comes with a 3.5-liter V6 engine rated for 255
horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque. A continuously variable
transmission (CVT) with a manual mode is standard.
safety features include traction control, four-wheel antilock disc
brakes with brake assist and electronic brakeforce distribution, front
seat-mounted side airbags and full-length head curtain airbags. A
stability control system is optional. In NHTSA tests, the Maxima earned
five stars (out of a possible five) for driver protection in frontal
impacts. Front-passenger protection is rated at four stars in frontal
impacts, as is front- and rear-occupant protection in side impacts. The
IIHS gave the car a top "Good" rating after conducting its frontal
offset crash; however, the sedan earned only a "Marginal" rating (second
lowest) in IIHS side-impact testing.
Interior Design and Special Features
may be a midsize sedan, but the 2007 Nissan Maxima's interior feels
downright cavernous front and rear. The front seats are wide and
accommodating, though finding an optimal driving position can be
difficult. The dashboard features a sleek and modern design. In years
past, the center stack was marred by some poor ergonomics, but Nissan
has largely rectified the situation for '07. Trunk space measures 15.5
cubic feet, which is very competitive for a family sedan. One of our
lingering complaints about the Maxima's cabin is the mediocre build and
materials quality. For a car priced at the $30,000 mark, there are still
a few too many low-grade plastics and fit-and-finish miscues.
2007 Nissan Maxima feels as quick as ever, with brisk response off the
line and a broad midrange that the transmission fully exploits. At the
same time, though, the absence of conventional shift points takes some
of the fun out of driving. The manual mode does a decent job of
simulating shifts (even re-creating the "positive" shift quality
expected in a sport sedan), but with "upshifts" coming in promptly at
redline, it's no substitute for the real thing. Although the Maxima's
suspension provides a smooth, comfortable ride, the car lacks the true
performance feel expected of a self-proclaimed sport sedan. The steering
is communicative and well weighted, but many competing sedans provide a
better feel for the road. In addition, under hard acceleration, the
Maxima does exhibit some torque steer, an annoyance that's better
controlled in other front-drive competitors. The brakes, at least, are
strong and easy to modulate.
Nissan's refresh of its cavernous Versa Sedan is on hand today at the 2014 New York Auto Show. While we continue to appreciate the Versa for its space and low price, this slight restyling of the four-door sedan hasn't done much for its uninspiring appearance. Newly enlarged headlights and a reworked, more Altima-like grille are the biggest changes to the front of this Versa, although Nissan has also added some brightwork around the revised foglight housings. Integrated turn signals liven up the mirrors, while the rear of the car wears a new and almost strangely sporty bumper. Perhaps more importantly for prospective owners, Nissan has also made a few interior tweaks, with a new steering wheel and a revised center stack leading the change. There's some new available tech on the top-end SL model, as well.
A new story from AutoGuide is triggering new speculation that Nissan may be about to bring its New Micra to North America. According to a dealer-based source, Nissan is showing off the overseas hatchback at Canadian dealer meetings along with the redesigned 2014 Rogue. The report indicates that the car is expected to go on sale sometime mid next year. Autoblog has learned that, while the New Micra is indeed under study for the Canadian market, it is not being considered for US sales. Our well-placed source tells us that bringing the New Micra to US dealers "just wouldn't make sense." Bringing the New Micra to US dealers "just wouldn't make sense." Reading between the lines a bit, that's because Nissan already has a robust small car lineup spearheaded by the Versa sedan and new Versa Note hatchback, along with the compact Sentra. And while both Versa models are generously sized for the subcompact classes they compete in, their low entry price (the sedan starts under $12k) means that pricing the smaller Micra underneath it would be difficult. Given its historically significantly higher fuel prices (not to mention higher vehicle prices and a penchant for small cars), Canada seems like a much more hospitable market for the Micra.
It seems that the Jaguar F-Type Coupe R is the performance coupe du jour. First, Motor Trend challenged it against a Porsche 911 on video to see how it fared. Now, Autocar in the UK is pitting the Jag against the latest iteration of the Nissan GT-R around a small course in a time trial battle. On paper, it certainly looks like the F-Type Coupe is the clear winner. The two performance cars boast the same 542 horsepower (at least by UK specs), but the Jaguar does it with more torque, less weight and an eight-speed gearbox, compared to the six-speed in the GT-R. That seems like an automatic recipe for victory. However, the Nissan claims a faster sprint to 62 miles per hour and all-wheel drive. Nobody wants to watch a video of the new car running away into the sunset, and once the two of them make it to the track, the playing field appears much more level. So which would you rather have? Keep in mind, that while the GT-R is cheaper than the F-Type Coupe R by a few thousand pounds in the UK, in the US a base R starts at $99,000, and the Nissan has a base price of $101,770. Scroll down to watch the video, and then make your choice in the poll, below.