Nissan publishes prices for the 2021 Maxima sedan

Nissan publishes prices for the 2021 Maxima sedan

November 5, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

According to the official price list, the base version of the 2021 Nissan Maxima Japanese sedan has become more expensive in all trim levels – especially for the base version.

Nissan has announced pricing for the 2021 Maxima, and there are some surprises for potential owners of this luxury sedan. In fact, the model did not receive any major changes, but now, the S equipment, which was previously basic, has disappeared from the prices. The cheapest Maxima right now is the SV, which starts at $ 36,990 and represents a $ 340 increase over the 2020 SV. In turn, the SV is $ 2,540 more than the now-canceled S Model it replaces.

A 3.5-liter, 300-horsepower V6 engine comes standard along with a range of driver assistance and safety systems.

The same goes for all 2021 Maxima trims. Nissan Safety Shield 360 offers a variety of systems and assistants, from automatic emergency braking to blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning. However, features such as intelligent cruise control will be available at an additional cost.

In addition, the new product can no longer be purchased in the SL version. Maxima 2021 will be available in SV, SR and Platinum trims. $ 500 SR version. more expensive than last year – the starting price of this model is $ 42,150, which, oddly enough, is almost identical to the Platinum package – $ 42,220. Nissan does not mention any specific changes to standard equipment that would explain the price difference.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that sales of the cheap Nissan Magnite crossover begin. More recently, we talked about the start of production of this budget crossover. Now representatives of the Japanese brand spoke about the trim levels.