Nissan Maxima

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2018 Nissan Maxima

For 2018, Nissan adds Android Auto to the Maxima’s suite of connectivity options, joining Apple CarPlay and NissanConnect. The Maxima SR Midnight Edition carries over this year, as do forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking, two features made standard late in the 2017 model run.

2017 Nissan Maxima

Still fresh off an all-new model that arrived last year, the 2017 Maxima is further improved with the addition of Apple CarPlay integration as standard. Also new are two accessory packages -- Medallion and Dynamic.

About Nissan Maxima

As Nissan flagship sedan, the 2018 Maxima successfully blends the company’s love for for both styling and performance. Wearing one of the most radical designs ever to grace Nissan’s “4-door Sports Car,” the Maxima definitely has what it takes to turn heads. A 300-horsepower V6 and taut chassis place the Maxima’s driving dynamics closer to those of the the new Kia Stinger, and a cut above sedans like the Honda Accord and Chevrolet Impala. Yet, for all its performance rumblings, the Maxima’s long list of standard and available equipment makes it feel more like a premium-level luxury car. If the 2018 Maxima has any shortcomings, it would be its minimal rear-seat accommodations and front-wheel-drive layout, the latter often a deal-killer for die-hard enthusiasts.

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