The Maxima is Nissan’s flagship sedan, but it wasn’t always a household name. That changed in 1989, when Nissan positioned the Maxima as a performance sedan. Dubbed a “four-door sports car” at various points in its history, the Maxima began as a high-volume, six-cylinder sedan, but has evolved into an entry-luxury car with distinctive styling and a long list of creature comforts and safety features.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its list of vehicles that qualify for either of its two awards — Top Safety Pick and a higher rung, Top Safety Pick Plus — ... Read more
We at Cars.com have made no secret of our fondness for the Volkswagen Atlas. Upon its market entrée three years ago, the all-around-agreeable SUV earned our highest honor as the ... Read more
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 150 model-year 2020 Nissan Altima and Maxima sedans and Leaf electric hatchbacks The Problem: The rear window glass may not remain properly secured... Read more