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Nissan Maxima
EXPERT RATING
6.8
/ 10
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Nissan Maxima Pricing and Specs

2014 price from
$7,700*

The Nissan Maxima is available from $7,700 to $14,410 for the 2021 across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2014 $7,700 $14,410
2013 $7,000 $12,870
2012 $6,600 $12,100
2011 $6,400 $13,640
2010 $6,200 $13,420
2009 $5,600 $13,090
2008 $5,500 $9,130
2007 $5,200 $8,690
2006 $4,400 $8,250
2005 $4,100 $7,370
2004 $3,800 $6,930
2003 $3,100 $6,820
2002 $2,800 $6,380
2001 $2,700 $6,380
2000 $2,700 $6,380
1999 $2,700 $6,710
1998 $2,900 $6,710
1997 $2,900 $6,710
1996 $2,900 $6,710
1995 $2,900 $6,710
1994 $3,100 $6,270
1993 $2,700 $6,270
1992 $2,700 $6,270
1991 $2,700 $6,270
1990 $2,600 $5,940

Nissan Maxima FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Maxima here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Nissan Maxima rattling under load

    Our Nissan specialist says the CVT is quite a reliable unit, but with the proviso that the oil is changed as recommended at 100,000 km. Do that, it is claimed and the CVT will do many more than 140,000 km.

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  • Nissan Maxima handling

    Our Nissan specialist, Jerry Newman, was horrified at the thought of trying to improve the handling of the Maxima, he believed it handled well as it was and it was better left alone. If you were to seek to improve the handling you could fit uprated springs and struts, but they would be expensive. Use quality components from someone like Pedders, perhaps you could check the web for components used in Japan, but understand you will have a detrimental affect on the car's ride whatever you do, and you might not improve the handling much anyway.

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  • Premium Unleaded fuel only

    The engine is tuned to run at its peak on Premium Unleaded fuel, which has an octane rating of 95. By using that fuel you will get better performance and better fuel economy, most likely better fuel economy than you would when running on the cheaper Regular unleaded. Nissan approve the use of E10 ethanol blend fuel, so that would be the best alternative fuel if you can't afford Premium.

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