The 2019 Nissan Maxima is getting a facelift and some exciting new features and technologies to match its sleek and sporty exterior. The new Maxima will debut at the very end of November at the prestigious Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Los Angeles Auto Show, an event attended by thousands where automakers show off the latest developments in their cars, will run for ten days starting on November 30.
This mid-cycle refresh adds serious style accents that make this full-size sedan even more eye-catching than before. Updated headlights and taillights improve visibility and boost sophistication, while the sloping hood and more angular grille give the Maxima a sharp, aggressive stance.
Of course, the Maxima’s looks aren’t its only plus. The Nissan Safety Shield 360 includes a host of driver assist features like automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection. It also has impressive performance stats at 300 horsepower and 261 lb-ft of torque!
The new Maxima will go on sale shortly after its debut at the LA Auto Show, so mark the date on your calendars! For more information about this vehicle, contact us at James Ceranti Nissan.
The Nissan Maxima has always been an attractive looking vehicle and with its most recent redesign, it’s likely to maintain its image. To make the sedan stand out even more, Nissan is offering a new package. While the changes in the new Midnight Edition are cosmetic, it’s still a fantastic deal in terms of price.
The Nissan Maxima Midnight Edition features blacked-out parts, most notably 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, a rear bumper diffuser, and a rear spoiler. Inside, the SR trim is relatively the same. Aluminum pedals, paddle shifters, climate-controlled front seats, and a sport-tuned suspension are some major components on the list of special features.
Here’s the catch: the Midnight Edition is only available on the Maxima SR trim.
The normal Maxima SR starts at $37,770. Once you add on the $1,195 for the special edition package, it runs close to $39,000. If you were to add all of the package’s included parts individually, you’d pay over $1,000 more.
A deal in itself, several Maxima SR Midnight Edition models are already hitting dealerships across the United States.
The 2016 Nissan Maxima is revamped to look sportier than ever!
It looks as though the 2016 Nissan Maxima has been hitting the gym! With its concept-like sleek curves, chrome finishes, and aggressively muscular stance, we at James Ceranti can’t wait for this bad boy to hit the show rooms this fall or winter!
In case you missed it, Nissan revealed the revamped 2016 Nissan Maxima, as well as its front-wheel-drive Le Mans racecar, during the “With Dad” Super Bowl spot. Serenaded by Harry Chapin’s iconic “Cat’s in the Cradle,” the ad showcases the relationship of a racecar-driving dad balancing the challenges of work and fatherhood.
While the specs on the newest “four-door sports car” have yet to be released, the powertrain is likely to include a 3.5-liter four-cylinder or V6 engine choice capable of 300 horsepower as well as front- or all-wheel-drive standard. Some speculate that the newest Maxima will also offer a hybrid option as well.
Stay tuned to James Ceranti Nissan for more information on the 2016 Nissan Maxima and come visit to test drive the newest innovations that Nissan has to offer.
This holiday season, James Ceranti Nissan is giving away the best present we can—great savings on great vehicles with the Season to Save Event. The sale lasts through the end of November.
As far as Nissan’s renowned cars go, the deals range from a variety of cash back options, discounted prices, and low or 0% APR for a series of months. Some of the cars taking part in this Season to Save sales event include the Versa Sedan and Versa Hatchback, the Altima and the Altima Coupe, the Cube, the Maxima, and the Sentra.
Crossovers and SUVs are also joining in the savings celebration. With prices the lowest they’ve ever been and low or 0% APR, the deals have never been hotter. Eligible crossovers include the Murano and the Murano CrossCabriolet, the JUKE, and the Rogue. Discounted SUVs are the Xterra, the Armada, and the Pathfinder. Just in time for holiday travel, Nissan’s celebrated minivan, the Quest, is also offered with great savings on price and 0% APR for 36 months, as well as cash back.
Interested drivers are encouraged to visit James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville. Visit our dealership online at www.jamescerantinissan.net for complete offer details.
The 2012 Nissan Maxima is not only an excellent choice as a car to drive today, but will also prove to be an asset in the future as it is projected to retain a high resale value. Kelley Blue Book named the 2012 Maxima as its Best Resale Value Award Winner in the full-size car category.
Kelley Blue Book forecasts the 2012 Maxima to have a resale value of 51% at 36 months and 34% at 60 months, not that you would be willing to part with this beautifully built car by then. The Maxima can easily accommodate 5 full-size adults in long-distance comfort. The tasteful cabin provides upscale luxuries such as a leather wrapped steering wheel, keyless start, climate control, and power driver and passenger seats. The impressive exterior of the 2012 Maxima gives it the look of a stylish four door sports car.
Come find out what all of the buzz is about at James Ceranti Nissan where we have the 2012 Nissan Maxima within our extensive inventory. We’ll be happy to help you find your perfect Maxima.
As a major model for Nissan, the Maxima must deliver on a yearly basis to keep up as a top-notch vehicle. For the fourth year in a row, Maxima delivered another homerun, earning the 2012 Best Residual Value Award. Presented by the Automotive Lease Guide (ALG), an auto industry-leading expert on cars, the award is a testament to the quality of a vehicle and its ability to hold value.
The Maxima beat out the competition in the fullsize car category in holding value. Maxima has been the winner in the fullsize class for four consecutive years now (2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012). Four years is quite a feat for the Maxima to exhibit consistent design, performance, and quality.
ALG residual value is the highest percentage of the original purchase price that the vehicle will have after a three-year period. ALG determines residual value by analyzing multiple factors including competing vehicles in the class, quality, resale performance, industry residual values, sales strategy, and more. The ALG residual value is highly regarded in the auto world and is a major player in a buyer’s decision of buying a vehicle.
James Ceranti Nissan is proud to carry the Best Residual Value Award-winning Maxima. Come test drive one for yourself today!