The all-new 2016 Nissan Maxima sedan has stirred up a lot of interest since its reveal at the New York Auto Show. And now, it’s on its way to dealers.

In May, production of Nissan’s new full-size sedan dubbed the four-door sports car began production in Smyrna, Tennessee, a plant which has been building Nissan’s now for over 30 years.

The highest producing automotive assembly plant in North America, the new 2016 Nissan Maxima is just one of six different vehicles which roll off the lines in Smyrna, a suburb of Nashville.

The eighth generation Maxima has bold new styling which brings the second presentation of the brand’s new flying roof look and more aggressive V-Motion front grille design with boomerang LED running lights.

Already winning acclaim with the media in first test drives, it’s driven by an updated 3.5 liter VQ-Series V6 with an even 300 horsepower and is said to offer up 30 mpg highway.

It does come only with a constantly variable transmission or CVT which has some enthusiasts scratching their heads, but if it’s any consolation Nissan has proven to be one of the best at offering up a palatable CVT.

The 2016 Nissan Maximas have been rolling off the line now for a few weeks and ought to be landing at dealerships about now with a starting price of $32,410.