2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum

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2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum

2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum welcome to our site find great offers on Nissan’s full line of reliable sedans, versatile crossovers, capable trucks and SUVs. As a flagship vehicle, the 2018 Nissan Maxima has a position as the company’s largest and fastest sedan, which increases in size over the years while maintaining its ‘ 4-door sports car ‘ image. While other Nissan sedans such as the Sentra and Altima have a dynamic front-end styling, the Maxima expands the latest design language from Nissan over the entire body, creating a daring design of wrinkles, wrinkles and an almost truck-sized chrome Lattice, which is never mistaken for a Toyota Avalon or a Volkswagen Passat. Inside, the Maxima offers a range of thickly reinforced sports seats, high-quality soft-touch materials and unexpected accents such as a regular navigation radio and a flat steering wheel.

Even though the maxima are not in line with the standards of most European sports sedans, their styling leaves many of them in the dust. However, the decision to stay with the front wheel drive over the rear wheel drive is one of the reasons why the Maxima can fall short in the eyes of some enthusiastic drivers.

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Of course, we understand that Nissan does not want to tread on the rear-wheel drive limousines from its first Infiniti luxury group, so that the maxima will be reduced for the time being on fighting cars like the Toyota Avalon, Chevrolet Impala and VW Passat.

The Maxima is equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 good for 300 hp and 261 lb-ft torque. An infinitely variable automatic transmission (CVT) with manual switching mode and D-step shift logic simulated gear change is the only transmission option, but it helps the maxima to reach an Environmental Protection agency-estimated 21 miles per gallon in the city and 30 mpg on the highway.

Nissan’s 2018 Nissan Maxima offers five different trims: s, SV, SL, SR and Platinum. The features are packaged by trim so that only some items installed by the retailer are optional equipment.

2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum

The Maxima s ($33,905) has a manual tilting telescopic steering column, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 18-inch aluminum wheels, car headlights, fog lights, an 8-speaker AM/FM/6 CD stereo with an 8-in-color touchscreen, navigation with SiriusXM and Bluetooth streaming audio, NissanConnect mobile apps, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, two illuminated USB ports, a reversing monitor, cloth seats, an 8-way power driver seat, a 4-way passenger seat, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, intelligent Key with push button start and a 7-in advanced Drive-assist display. Standard security features include forward-looking collision warning (which can sense annoyance at a distance of two vehicles) and intelligent forward-emergency braking.

The SV ($35,905) complements the manual extension of the driver’s seat, the leather seating, the heated front seats, the heated exterior mirrors with integrated turning signals and the frontal and rear parking sensors.

The SL ($38,325) adds a heated steering wheel, a dual-panel panoramic sun Roof, 11-speaker Bose audio, active noise rejection, and active sound enhancement. Standard security features include a blind spot monitoring system, a rear cross traffic warning and intelligent cruise control.

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The SR ($39,165) loses the panoramic sun roof, but receives a sport-tuned, electronically adjustable suspension with Yamaha performance dampers, Nissan’s active trace protection and active motor brake, 19-in-light alloy wheels, LED Projector headlights, aufgerüsttem leather seating with quilted pattern Alcantara inserts, heated and ventilated front seats and aluminum sports pedals.

The Platinum ($41,575) complements the SL equipment list with modernized leather seating, a power-adjustable steering column, LED projector headlights, rain sensor wipers, nissanconnect services, 2-position memory for the driver’s seat, steering column and Mirror, a power-tailed parasol and the around-view monitor. Other security features include moving object recognition and the driver attention alarm system.

Optional features include the Midnight Edition (SR Class) and a pair of standalone items such as a rear spoiler, rear diffuser, additional rear USB ports, and an indoor light package.