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2016 NISSAN MAXIMA PLATINUM PKGSPORT PKG0NLY 6K MILES FEATURES: PANORAMIC Rear View CameraBlind Spot Automatic alloy SeatsHeated Seats Steering Wheel ControlsDual Climate Front Wheel Drive19 Alloy Wheels SPECIFICATIONS Exterior MeasurementsHEIGHT 4 ft. 8.5 in. (56.5 in.)LENGTH 16 ft. 0.8 in. (192.8 in.)WHEEL BASE 9 ft. 1.3 in. (109.3 in.)WIDTH 6 ft. 1.2 in. (73.2 in.)Interior MeasurementsFRONT HEAD ROOM 39.4 in.FRONT HIP ROOM 54.2 in.FRONT LEG ROOM 45.0 in.FRONT SHOULDER ROOM 56.7 in.REAR HEAD ROOM 36.7 in.REAR HIP ROOM 53.5 in.REAR LEG ROOM 34.2 in.REAR SHOULDER ROOM 55.7 in.FuelEPA MILEAGE EST. (CTY/HWY) 22/30 mpgFUEL TANK CAPACITY 18.0 gal.ENGINE TYPE GasFUEL TYPE Premium unleaded (recommended)RANGE IN MILES (CTY/HWY) 396.0/540.0 mi. DriveTrainDRIVE TYPE Front wheel driveTRANSMISSION Continuously variable-speed automaticEngine & PerformanceBASE ENGINE SIZE 3.5 LBASE ENGINE TYPE GasCAM TYPE Double overhead cam (DOHC)CYLINDERS V6TORQUE 261 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpmVALVE TIMING VariableVALVES 24 Suspension Four-wheel independent suspension Front and rear stabilizer barWarrantySOLD AS IS.
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It's a rare thing for pie-in-the-sky concepts to make production relatively unmolested. Edges are usually softened, mirrors made bigger and wheels shrunken into something that will be less backbreaking and easier to see out of on public roads. And while the essence of many concepts can still find their way into production, the wackier parts found in their concept forms often end up as nothing more than flights of fancy.
That makes news of the strange Nissan BladeGlider being considered for production rather interesting. You'll recall that the BladeGlider Concept debuted in November at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, featuring a McLaren-esque three-seat V layout, an electric drivetrain and a narrow front track like the DeltaWing and ZEOD RC. Understandably, perhaps, Nissan has been touting it as "reinventing the performance car." Everything about it screamed "concept."
Now comes word from Car in the UK that the car may actually make it to production. Quoting Nissan vice president Andy Palmer, "It's in our mid-term plan." "Our intention is to do it," he says. Now, Palmer has plenty of sway, but this should hardly be taken as an absolute confirmation that the triangle-shaped car would be coming. It is, however, a very promising sign. Palmer evidently sees the BladeGlider as a way to cajole young people into becoming car enthusiasts, which suggests Nissan might try to make it inexpensive. Alternatively, the BladeGlider could form the basis of a small-volume racecar, but it isn't clear what racing organization would have it.
The United Auto Workers is calling for reinforcements in its ongoing battle with Nissan at the manufacturer's Canton, MS factory, where the Altima, Armada, Titan and NV (and eventually, the next Murano) are built. The union has been attempting to organize the employees at the factory for several years, but it's been largely unsuccessful.
Now, Reuters is reporting that the UAW is teaming with the IndustriALL Global Union and requesting intervention by the US State Department, with both groups accusing Nissan of using "threats, intimidation and fear" to keep the 5,600 workers at the facility from organizing. The two unions say this violates the guidelines of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, an international organization dedicated to stimulating economic growth.
The UAW and IndustriALL are asking the State Department's National Contact Point to serve as mediator with Nissan, to make sure things play out fairly. Speaking to Reuters, though, there's at least one Michigan-based labor adviser that's skeptical of the move.
Andy Palmer, Nissan's executive vice president, does not like the Scion FR-S or Subaru BRZ. To us, that's like saying you enjoy barbecuing puppies, but we'll let him slide, because his statements about the Toyobaru twins are much, much more than just idle trash talk.
Speaking to Motor Trend's Nate Martinez, Palmer said, "Do we have any competitors [in the small, rear-drive coupe segment]? Are you talking about the Subaru [BRZ]? It was a car designed for a 50-year-old. It's for a midlife crisis. That's not what we do." Strong words, but what followed was even better.
"Are you coming to the Tokyo Motor Show? You'll see the answer to the midlife crisis. Except it won't be for the midlife crisis." So, if you were wondering whether Nissan is working on a competitor to the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ, the answer seems to be a resounding "yes."