2019 Nissan Maxima vs Honda Accord

Nissan Maxima

When searching for a car for your travels around Gulfport, Pascagoula, and Waveland, MS, you might be drawn to a sedan thanks to their sporty exteriors as well as their easy handling and drivability. Two of the most popular models around are the Nissan Maxima and the Honda Accord.

Here at Pat Peck Nissan, we’re happy to provide our drivers with an educational car-buying experience. Check out our 2019 Nissan Maxima vs. Honda Accord comparison to decide which sedan is the right choice for your lifestyle!

Specs and Powertrain Capabilities

The Nissan Maxima comes standard with a 3.5L V6 engine that provides 300 horsepower and 261 lb-ft of torque, while the Honda Accord comes standard with a 1.5L VTEC® Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. While the Accord’s engine may sound powerful, it only provides 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. So, when it comes to engine power, the Maxima clearly comes out on top of the Accord.

Nissan Maxima

Honda Accord

3.5L V6

Engine

1.5L 4-cylinder

300 HP

Horsepower

192 HP

261 lb-ft

Torque

192 lb-ft

18 gallons

Fuel Tank Capacity

14.8 gallons

Intelligent Technology Features

Nissan Maxima Interior Technology

The Accord and the Maxima both come standard with push button start, but the Maxima takes it a step further by also providing their Intelligent Key doors. The Intelligent Key allows you to easily open both your doors and trunk at the touch of a button when you have your smart key inside your pocket or bag.

With this feature, you won’t have to be fumbling around with your keys when you’re trying to load up your trunk or get in your car quickly. Also, you don’t have to worry about accidentally locking your key in your car because when your engine is off and your key is in your Maxima, it won’t let you lock the doors. This prevents accidents that can derail your entire day from happening.

The 2019 Maxima also comes standard with a HomeLink®garage door opener, while this is just an available option in the Accord.

Interior Comfort

The driver’s comfort is a crucial part of the interior design since it’s the most used seat in the vehicle. The Maxima comes standard with an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, while the Accord only provides a 6-way manual-adjustable driver’s seat. In the Maxima, it’ll be much easier for the driver to find a comfortable position while on their commute.

Schedule a Test Drive Today!

We hope you found this 2019 Nissan Maxima vs. Honda Accord breakdown helpful as you continue your search for your next vehicle for your drives around Gulfport, Pascagoula, and Waveland, MS. As you can see, both sedans are a great choice and deliver a powerful performance, but the Maxima manages to outshine the Accord in crucial areas like comfort, technology, and powertrain.

To schedule a test drive or find out more information, call or stop by Pat Peck Nissan today.