One of the most popular sedans nowadays, from Japanese company Nissan, is Maxima. A lot of interest cause every new model, and so it is with upcoming 2018 year car. This one wasn’t confirmed yet, but when spokesmen come out with this announcement, we are sure many buyers will be looking for info about new sedan. The 2018 Nissan Maxima can bring some new things, from revolutionary design, to new engine. Even if it doesn’t go into new generation, new features and equipment will set some standards in the industry. According to what we know now, this sedan is worth of waiting.
2018 Nissan Maxima engine
Under the hood of the 2018 Nissan Maxima will be 3.5-l V6 engine that can deliver 300 horsepower. Engine is mated to a new 2-speed CVT. However, V6 drivetrain can be dropped off. Instead we could get some more economical unit, but with similar performance. Engineers in Nissan are working on it. New Maxima will likely get some sport-tuned parts, like suspension, 19-inch wheels and Dynamics-control module. Higher trims are getting much more, but they also cost over the base model price. Estimated mileage for 2018 Maxima sedan is predicted to be 25 mpg in city and 33 mpg in highway conditions. This is better than other full-size sedans.
2018 Nissan Maxima redesign
The 2018 Nissan Maxima will get modern design, with many stylish details, boosting its appearance. More headroom is predicted for new sedan, with larger truck. Standard features from base S model are upgraded for SL, SR, SV and Platinum vehicles. Among other stuff, we can find Live music streaming, wireless charging and wireless internet in infotainment specifications. Platinum model will be packed with premium Ascot leather interior, including steering wheel and panoramic dual panel moonroof. Driver assist display and push button start are just few or the features that making the drive easier.
2018 Nissan Maxima price
Full-size sedan has great specs, but it has its price. Base models won’t be less than $33,000 when new 2018 Nissan Maxima appears, and experts believe it will be during last quarter of 2017. Finally with more equipment coming with higher trims, price raises, up to $40,000 and over for Platinum edition.