The 2025 Nissan Maxima as we know after the eighth generation is complete, Nissan Maxima will produce its ninth generation which is all electric. According to an unsubstantiated report, the Maxima will return as a ZEV (Zero Emissions Vehicle) for the ninth-generation model. While the Nissan Maxima has garnered little attention for its EV future, we do have some details to provide.
2025 Nissan Maxima Design
The 2025 Nissan Maxima EV (as it is known) will be built on the CMF-EV platform. The first concept vehicle was unveiled during the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. However, there is a significant difference in the headlamp. The teaser image displays a normal split-headlamp pattern on Im’s idea, with a single arrow-style light visible. The teaser image further emphasizes the Tesla Model S slant with a looping windshield towards the back. Sleek and powerful; this is the mix that has defined the Maxima from its inception.
2025 Nissan Maxima Interior Concept
The 2025 Nissan Maxima has room for five passengers in a well-executed cabin replete with soft-touch materials, straightforward controls, and many high-end features. The front seat has the most legroom in the class, but the headroom is mediocre. The rear seat room is not as spacious as in larger competitors like the Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Avalon. Power-adjustable driver and front passenger seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, dual-zone automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, and start buttons are all standard features.
2025 Nissan Maxima Powertrain
The 2025 Nissan Maxima is a quick full-size sedan, and its V-6 engine sounds nice when driven hard. Nissan Maxima is propelled by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that delivers 483 horsepower. However, the continuous variable automatic transmission (CVT) limits the Nissan Maxima 2025 sports sedan goal.
In our tests, the 2025 Nissan Maxima Platinum reached 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, surpassing competitors such as the Kia Cadenza and Buick LaCrosse. Nissan Maxima manages her size well. The suspension is well-muffled and strong, somewhat too rigid for its class. Maxima demonstrated a tiny, slender body in an aggressive cornering technique, and the Maxima SR easily defeated its competition in our testing.
Nissan Maxima Security Features
The Nissan Maxima EV has higher crash test scores as well as recognition for driver assistance technologies, but it is not ranked in the Insurance Institute or Highway Safety’s Best Safety Options for Road Safety (IIHS) rankings due to headlights that only score slightly in agency testing. Basic driver-assist functions are standard, with more advanced technology available on SR and Platinum models. Among the most important security aspects are:
- Automatic emergency braking is standard
- Typical forward-collision warning
- Adaptive cruise control is available
Nissan Maxima Fuel Efficiency
The 2025 Nissan Maxima electrical system demonstrates its ability to combine performance and efficiency, with a strong fuel economy rating of 20 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, as well as above-average scores in our real-world tests. Its lengthy cruising distance also makes it an ideal long-distance companion. We exceeded Maxima’s EPA rating of 32 mpg throughout the 200-mile highway fuel economy test route.
2025 Nissan Maxima Price
In the United States, the 2025 Nissan Maxima EV vehicle is expected to be priced at around $50,000 MSRP. The Nissan Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant (Tennessee, USA) manufactures the current-generation Nissan Maxima. More information on Nissan’s next-generation car is expected later this year.