Nissan Maxima Wins Strategic Vision Total Quality Impact Award

Strategic Vision Total Quality Impact Award

The Nissan Maxima was recently announced the winner of the Strategic Vision Total Quality Impact (TQI) award. Scoring the best among competitors in its segment, the 2016 Maxima received a score of 720/1000. This award is based on surveys about vehicle performance and owner satisfaction.

According to Nissan, the Maxima performed well in every key category, including safety, comfort, durability, style, power, and thoughtful engineering among other things. It also scored well among buyers looking for added excitement and individuality, proving just how impressive the new Maxima truly is.

“The 2016 Maxima, the flagship of our popular sedan lineup, sets the standard for style, performance and technology – all aspects that were acknowledged by the Maxima owners participating in the Strategic Vision TQI study,” said Dan Mohnke, vice president, Nissan Chief Marketing Manager & Marketing Operations. “We are particularly pleased by the high rankings in the emotional measures of the study, reflecting the Maxima’s positioning as a true driver’s car.”

The Nissan Maxima has also been recognized by WardsAuto and MotorWeek, earning a Driver’s Choice Award, 10 Best Interiors, and 10 Best Engines awards. The Total Quality Impact award is given by Strategic Vision with an effort to discover which vehicles overall do the best in the industry. With sales up over 140 percent, the new Maxima is definitely proving its merit.

The 2016 Nissan Maxima – a “4-Door Sports Car”

2016 Nissan Maxima

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It’s no secret that Nissan is a car brand for the performance-minded – just look at the 370Z and the GT-R! But another thing Nissan does well is create vehicles that are more mainstream and family-minded. Did you ever think these two categories could fit seamlessly together? Now they can, with the all-new 2016 Nissan Maxima.

The all-new 2016 Maxima is being called a “4-Door Sports Car” – its design is sleek, dramatic and cool. But because it’s in the large sedan segment, it can also function as a family car. If your family has a need for speed, that is. The Maxima’s V6 engine pumps out 300 horsepower and will achieve an estimated 15 percent increase in highway fuel economy.

The changes don’t stop under the hood, however. The all-new Maxima features a standard NissanConnectSM with navigation and a touch-screen display, rearview camera, and remote starter.

If you’re looking for a large sedan but you don’t want to compromise on cool, you have to check out the 2016 Nissan Maxima. This car screams cool! Check it out when it comes into our showrooms later this year!