2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible
2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible welcome to our site find great offers on Nissan’s full line of reliable sedans, versatile crossovers, capable trucks and SUVs. Just because you want a car that is exciting, refined and elegant doesn’t mean you have to pay for a real luxury sedan. The Nissan Maxima 2018 is a step above the typical family sedan experience, but still reasonably affordable. Its modest size interior and not luxury insignia can be issues given its price, but ultimately, I think it will like the maximum oriented niche.
Apple display is added as standard equipment for 2018; Later in the year (Nissan calls these models 2018.5 model years), the front collision warning with automatic emergency braking becomes standard at all adjustment levels. Otherwise, the Nissan Maxima will be transported unchanged after a complete redesign last year. When you are buying for your next car, you are often compared to sorted groupings of models that, for the most part, line up with each other in terms of size, equipment, performance and price. Apples to apples, oranges to oranges, medium-sized sedan to midsize sedan. Sometimes, however, a car like the 2018 NISSAN MAXIMA comes along that exists outside of those neat groupings. It is an interruption of the order, and presents an interesting dilemma–though desirable–for shoppers.
You see, the Maxima has a price tag and a set of features similar to those of a big sedan like the Toyota Avalon, but it is not so wide on the inside. (It’s not even as fourth as a midsize sedan like the Ford Fusion, either.) The Maxima standard V6 engine offers an acceleration similar to the more powerful medium-sized sedan engines, but its athletic management capabilities and refined driving experience are more reminiscent of luxury entry-level sedans like the Acura TLX. However, those entry-luxury sedans obviously give you more prestige of the brand than the humble-currency Nissan’s maxima, and are also often offered with traction on all wheels and are often even more sporty to drive.
So, is the Nissan maxima 2018 a rare bug to ignore or an intriguing alternative to the status quo? If you go for the traditional sales figures, most people go with the first. But we think the maxima are worth looking at. Apples to oranges, is one of the most interesting and attractive medium sized sedans out there.
The 2018 NISSAN MAXIMA is a five-passenger medium sedan available in five levels of trimming: S, SV, SL, the sporty Sr and the first-line Platinum.
The standard features of the S-base model include 18-inch alloy rims, automatic headlamps, Foglights, LED operating lights, keyless ignition and input, dual zone automatic climate control, front power seats ( Eight-way driver and four-way passenger), upholstery cloth, a 60/40-Split rear seat foldable, a rearview mirror with automatic attenuation and a steering wheel wrapped in leather tilt and telescopic. Electronics features include a large indicator cluster display, an 8-inch touchscreen display, a navigation system, a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, Apple’s play, two USB ports and a Eight speaker sound system with satellite radio, HD Radio and a Six-changer.
Maximas with the model year designation 2018.5 are also equipped with front collision standard warning with automatic braking.
The SV model adds heated outdoor mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, air-conditioned front seats and an up-to-date driver seat with extendable support for two-way thigh and lumbar power. The dynamic package adds a “Premium” rear spoiler, different 18-inch wheels and side sill extensions.
The SL model obtains a panoramic solar roof, a heated steering wheel, ambient indoor lighting, active noise cancellation, active engine sound enhancement, an 11-speaker Bose Premium audio system, and adaptive cruise control. It also adds several safety features (see Safety section below).
2018 Nissan Maxima Convertible
Sr Sporty adds 19 inch wheels (with available summer run tires), a sport-tempered suspension, paddle changers engaging simulated gear ratios, active ride control (uses brakes for Throttling body movements over bump), active trace control (applications aim braking to keep the vehicle on its intended road) and active engine braking that helps slow down the car when it is aggressively directed at the corners or approaching a Stop. The SR also has LED headlamps, air-conditioned and ventilated front seats and improved leather upholstery with simulated suede seat inserts and special interior embellishments. The Sr does not have a panoramic sunroof, but can be equipped with summer tires (packed with a full-size spare tire) and the Midnight Edition package that includes a rear spoiler “Sport”, a rear diffuser and black wheels Bright.
To SL equipment list, platinum add LED flashlights, a can-adjustable steering wheel, driver memory settings, top diamond-padded leather upholstery, automatic cleaners, a back power sunshade, one set of camera 360-degree parking lot (with a mobile object detection system) and a driver care alert system. Platinum also has Nissan Connect (see the Safety Section for more information). The Medallion Edition package adds that the rear spoiler “Premium”, different 18-inch wheels, accent interior lighting and exterior floor lighting.
Starting at $35,270