2018 Nissan Maxima Trims
2018 Nissan Maxima Trims welcome to our site find great offers on Nissan’s full line of reliable sedans, versatile crossovers, capable trucks and SUVs. As its flagship vehicle, the 2018 Nissan Maxima maintains a position as the largest and fastest company sedan, increasingly in size over the years while maintaining a little keeping its “4-door sports car image.” While other Nissan sedan’s like the feel and the Altima display the dynamic front-end model, the Maxima extend the latest Nissan design language over the entire body, creating a bold design that includes Pleats, folds and a chrome grille almost truck-size that will never be confused with a Toyota Avalon or a Volkswagen Passat. Inside, the Maxima offers a set of heavy and reinforced sport seats, high-quality soft-touch materials and unexpected touches such as standard navigation radio and a flat-bottom steering wheel.
Although the handling of Maxima is not in place of the standards set by most European sports saloons, its style leaves many of them in the dust. However, opting to stay with the front traction on the rear pull, is one of the reasons why Maxima may fall short in the eyes of some enthusiastic drivers. Of course, we understand NISSAN does not want to walk on the rear wheel drive of its first group of Infiniti luxury, therefore, for the moment the Maxima is relegated to the fight against cars such as the Toyota Avalon, Chevrolet Impala and VW Passat.
2018 Nissan Maxima Specifications
The Nissan Nissan Maxima 2018 offers five separate gaskets: S, SV, SL, SR and Platinum. The functions are packed by Trim, leaving only a few items installed by the dealer as optional equipment.
- The Maxima S ($33 905) has a manual tilt-telescopic steering column, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 18-inch aluminum rims, auto headlights, fog lamps, an 8-speaker AM/FM/6-CD Stereo with an 8-color touch, navigation With SiriusXM and Bluetooth streaming audio, NissanConnect Mobile Apps, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, two illuminated USB ports, a back-up monitor, fabric seats, an 8-way power driver seat, a 4-way power passenger seat, Double zone of automatic climate control, cruise control, smart touch with the Start push-button and a 7-in Advanced Drive-Assist display. Standard safety features include predictive front collision warning (which can detect problems at a distance of two cars forward) and intelligent emergency braking before.
- The SV ($35-905) adds the manual thigh extension of the driver and the power lumbar support, leather seats, heated front seats, outdoor mirrors with integrated turn signals and front and rear parking sensors.
- The SL ($38 325) adds a heated steering wheel, a two-panel panoramic sunroof, an 11-speaker Bose Audio, an active noise cancellation and an active sound enhancement. Standard safety features include a blind spot monitoring system, a rear transverse traffic alert and intelligent cruise control.
- The SR ($39 165) loses the panoramic sunroof but enjoys an adjustable sport electronic adjustment suspension with Yamaha performance shock absorbers, active Nissan trace control and active engine brake, 19 alloy rims, headlights of LED projector, improved leather seats with quilted Alcantara inserts, heated and ventilated front seats and aluminum sport pedals.
- The Platinum ($41 575) adds to the SL equipment list with improved leather seats, a power adjustable steering column, LED projector headlights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, NissanConnect services, memory of 2 Positions for driver’s seat, steering column and mirrors, a power rear parasol and view monitor around. Additional safety features include displacement detection-object and Driver alert system-attention.
2018 Nissan Maxima Engine
On the road, the V6 offers as much punch as all this side of a V8 or Turbo V6. Nissan says zero to 60 miles per hour takes less than six seconds. From a stop and in the mid-range, the power is willing to provide the passing punch, and the transmission does a good job of evading the disadvantages that are common with CVTS; This is because it has seven preset speed reports that kick in if the driver applies three-eighths of gas or more.
2018 Nissan Maxima Trims
The result is the step by step acceleration that Americans are accustomed to traditional automatism, rather than gear changes – Report the high speed whining slurry with a rubber band feel that plague other CVTs. If you apply anything less than three-eighths of gas, you will never notice that this transmission is constantly adjusting speed ratios instead of lag. The new Nissan Murano has the same offset points programmed in its CVT, but the features make more sense and are more rewarding in maxima.
2018 Nissan Maxima Price
A modern, relatively comfortable, and quietly athletic sedan starting price of $33,905-$43,000.
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