Looking For A New Nissan in Lake Norman or Cornelius?
For Extra Thrills in Your Everyday Driving, the Maxima is Your Best Bet
Compare to the Toyota Avalon & Hyundai Azera

What kind of car do you want to drive on a daily basis? How about the kind of sporty, athletic, dynamic and fun four-door that gets the job done while providing some thrills in terms of performance and style? If that's what you're looking for, head on over to our Nissan dealership serving Lake Norman, Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Statesville and Hickory, and you'll quickly see why we offer the best bet. That's the new Nissan Maxima, and it's once again proving to be your best option for a reliable daily car that adds a level of excitement to your travels. We obviously hold all our new Nissan models in the highest regard, but as you'll see, we're not the only ones who think the new Maxima is your best option.

There are certainly other four-door cars that place a premium on performance, but you'll see below why the Maxima stands apart. Here, we're comparing the Maxima to the latest editions of the Toyota Avalon and Hyundai Azera. Each sedan is in its base level, so keep that in mind if you look to upgrade editions or add features. Once you're ready for a test drive in the new Maxima, make your way over to 18615 Statesville Road, Cornelius, NC

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2017 Nissan Maxima vs. 2017 Toyota Avalon in Lake Norman, Cornelius

  • Starting off, you'll find the base level Maxima is considerably more affordable than the Avalon, giving you more wiggle room within your budget to add features or upgrade trim levels.
  • The standard folding rear seat in the new Maxima offers you easier cargo storage than what's found in the Avalon, which doesn't come with a folding rear seat.
  • Since you're looking for excitement, you'll love the 300-horsepower output from the Maxima's 3.5-liter V-6, which easily outperforms the Avalon's 268-horsepower drive.
  • Though you can comfortably fit rear seat passengers in the Maxima, its front seating leg and head room is far more spacious than what you'll find in the Avalon.

2017 Nissan Maxima vs. 2017 Hyundai Azera in Lake Norman, Cornelius

  • Even with slightly better performance (300 horsepower compared to 293 horsepower), the Maxima delivers better fuel efficiency than the Azera, making it a better choice for your daily commuter.
  • The Maxima's communication system is far more comprehensive than what's offered with the new Azera.
  • With five-star ratings across the board for safety, the Maxima is surely the better bet in that regard when compared to the Azera, which is still waiting on crash test scores.
  • The Maxima comes in at a lower starting price than the Azera, giving you more room within your budget to add features.