|By PR Newswire||
|January 30, 2014 06:00 PM EST||
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Every automobile on the road is marked by a name. While some of the automobile names that drivers see during travel seem arbitrary at best, much can often be learned by understanding what an automaker was attempting to communicate through a vehicle nameplate.
The 2014 Nissan Maxima may carry a name that drivers would initially question. After all, a number of vehicles presumably take their name as a quirky modification of a word used in everyday speech. While most drivers recognize "maximum" as an everyday base word in "maxima," the name of Nissan's luxurious mid-size sedan is actually a plural construction of maximum—not a quirky modification.
Following that thought, the 2014 Nissan Maxima is defined by its ability to present drivers with a plurality of quality experiences. This begins with an allowance of standard convenience features that includes power moonroof, dual-zone climate control, power seats, six-disc changer and Intelligent Key entry.
The level of luxury experienced with the 2014 Nissan Maxima also supports the sedan's namesake. In addition to the car's cutting-edge technology, drivers can choose interior accents ranging from piano black to brushed metal to Atlantic cherry wood-tone. The 2014 Nissan Maxima carries the entirety of this package with a 290-horsepower engine that delivers a drive as luxurious as it sounds.
The maximums of a luxury sedan experience are available now at Continental Nissan. Interested drivers can use the inventory tool available at www.continentalnissan.com to browse the dealer's current inventory of 2014 Nissan Maxima vehicles. Contact Continental Nissan at 888-597-9598 for more information. Continental Nissan is located at 5750 S. La Grange Rd. Countryside, IL 60525.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Nissan, (888) 597-9598, [email protected]
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SOURCE Continental Nissan
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