2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible Price

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2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible Price

2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible Price Nissan keeps the Maxima fresh by adding small adjustments to the sedan for the 2018 model year. Thus, buyers now get standard Android car, which is a complement to the existing support of the infotainment system for Apple CarPlay. Passengers in the back seat will also receive a pair of USB ports to charge their devices. The car manufacturer also expands the color range of the sedan, because the exterior is now available in the new Carnelianischen red tint with black accents for the grid.

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The company also previously announced an automatic emergency braking as a standard feature for much of its 2018 formation, including the Maxima. The tech uses radar to monitor the distance to the vehicles and signals the driver whether a collision is possible. If there is no answer, the system can automatically start to reduce the speed. The only available powertrain remains a 3.5-liter V6, which produces 300 hp (224 kilowatt) and a CVT that drives the front wheels.

Nissan presented the current generation of Maxima for the model year 2016. The company gave the design of the sedan a radical overhaul by adding a floating roof and more prominent V-shaped grids. Sporting changes such as a flat-bottom steering wheel pointed to the car manufacturer’s efforts to revive the former Tagline of the Maxima as a four-door sports car.

For the 2018 model year, Nissan further enhanced the maxima by adding support for Apple CarPlay. The car manufacturer also introduced the $1,345 Medallion package and $990 dynamic package options.

2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible Price

Fully refurbished last year, the Maxima sedan emphasizes the style of Nissan’s new design language – V-motion, signed boomerang lights, clones C and the unique floating roof. The 3.5-liter V6 300-PS V6 is redesigned with more than 60% of new components (compared to the previous generation of 3.5 L V6) and is expected to increase fuel consumption by 15%. In addition to the V6, the new, highly variable xtronic gearbox with a wider range of ratios allows faster acceleration from stand-by to start-up and the new D-Step switching power, high throttle oscillation speeds. Key features such as four levels – SV, SL, SR and Platinum – heated front seats with leather and heated steering wheel, 8.0-inch touch screen navigation system, remote engine start, rear screen and many more.

MSRP $36,990 to $44,150

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