Nissan Maxima received an anniversary special versionSeptember 21, 2020
A special performance for the 40th anniversary of the model was prepared by the American division of Nissan. Note the special decor and an extended set of options for such a car.
The debut of the Nissan Maxima sedan took place back in 1980. Despite the decline in the popularity of sedans and the Maxima model in particular, Nissan has no plans to abandon its release. The current 8th generation went on sale in 2015 and successfully launched on the market. However, in the first half of 2020, only 10,086 new cars were sold, which is 40% less than in the same period last year.
The special version of the Nissan Maxima 40th Anniversary Edition is based on the Platinum maximum trim level. The main features in the exterior will be the presence of black decor, which will replace the place of shiny chrome. The radiator grille, nameplates and the boot lid insert are made in this shade.
Black rims complete the look. There are also surprises in the car – the seats have burgundy trim with red stitching. In honor of the earlier versions of the car, the instruments have a white backing.
In terms of equipment, the anniversary Maxima completely repeats the Platinum package – we note the presence of adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition systems and lane control.
There is no information about the special version of the motor yet – most likely, the engine will switch from the standard version. In this case, under the hood will be a 3.5-liter engine with 304 hp. The car will be released in limited edition, but the number of copies has not yet been announced.
In the meantime, a new generation of the large crossover Nissan Pathfinder was noticed on tests. In addition to the exterior, photo spies managed to look into the interior of the car. There you can see the leather upholstery of the chair and the large screen of the multimedia system.
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