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Nissan Maxima ends in 2023, could be reborn as electric car post thumbnail
Nissan Maxima ends in 2023, could be reborn as electric car

The Nissan Maxima joins the growing list of sedans driving off into the automotive sunset, Nissan spokesperson Dan Passe confirmed Thursday. "The current-generation Maxima will end production in the middle of 2023," Passe said when contacted by The Car Connection for comment. For decades, the...Read More»

2021 Nissan Maxima celebrates 40th anniversary with fewer trims, higher price post thumbnail
2021 Nissan Maxima celebrates 40th anniversary with fewer trims, higher price

The 2021 Nissan Maxima sedan celebrates its birthday with a limited run 40th Anniversary Edition, fewer trims, and a higher price than the 2020 model, Nissan announced Thursday. Larger, sportier, and nicer than the 2021 Nissan Altima, the Maxima competes with the Volkswagen Arteon and Mazda 6. The...Read More»

2020 Nissan Maxima adds active safety tech, starts at $35,100 post thumbnail
2020 Nissan Maxima adds active safety tech, starts at $35,100

Nissan's range-topping Maxima sedan is getting a few tech upgrades for the 2020 model year, along with a tiny bump in price. Starting at $35,100 ($255 more than 2019), including mandatory destination charges, the 2020 Maxima now comes standard with Nissan's active safety suite on all grades. This...Read More»

2019 Nissan Maxima updated, starts at $34,845 post thumbnail
2019 Nissan Maxima updated, starts at $34,845

The 2019 Nissan Maxima ushers in a mild refresh for the new model year that'll cost a little more than last year's model, too. Buyers looking at the refreshed Maxima will find the starting price bumped to $34,845, which includes an $895 destination charge, Nissan said Monday. The price reflects a...Read More»

2019 Nissan Maxima first drive review: Sports sedan subtly reworked post thumbnail
2019 Nissan Maxima first drive review: Sports sedan subtly reworked

Depending on who you ask, 2019 is either the worst time to offer a four-door-sedan—or the best. In a stroke of good timing on Nissan’s part, both of its mid-size sedans are new for 2019. The 2019 Altima arrived earlier this year, and now its bigger brother, the 2019 Nissan Maxima, is...Read More»