The Nissan Maxima is Nissan’s entry-level luxury car; dubbed a four-door sports car, the Maxima is one of Nissan’s major cars and one of their most popular nameplates. The Maxima has roots in the Datsun 810, which debuted in 1976; by 1980, the Maxima was its own model, and in 1981 the name “Maxima” was finally applied and has stayed the same ever since. Though historically the Maxima has been manufactured in Japan, in 2004 manufacturing operations for the North American Maxima models were moved to Smyrna, Tennessee, and since then several other major manufacturers have moved manufacturing operations to the southern states, which has initiated a small but crucial manufacturing boom in the Deep South. You can also read more about the Maxima here.
The 2014 Nissan Maxima currently comes in four different packages with two submodels. The entry-level package, the S, features a 290hp 3.5L V6 engine capable of 19 city/26 highway MPG (as do the other submodels; all of them have the same engine). Keyless entry comes standard, as does Bluetooth compatibility, a power sliding sunroof and power front seats, in addition to power everything else. It starts at $31,290. The next model, the SV, features all that the S does including leather-appointed seats, RearView Monitor, HID xenon headlights and outside mirrors with LED turn indicators. The SV starts at $34,380. Next up is the SV with the premium package, which features all the SV does plus a dual-panel moonroof, premium mood lighting, Atlantic cherrywood trim, a rear-window power shade and starts at $37,230. The last model, the SV sport package, also features the SV features as well as a sport-tuned suspension, 19″ aluminum-alloy wheels, a sport grille and headlights, and a rear spoiler. Its cost? $36,380.
Regardless of which Maxima model you’re shipping, it’s probably not going to affect your price. The Maxima is currently in its seventh generation, and has always been on the smaller end of the car spectrum, closer to the mid-size than the full-size variants. Really, what’s going to affect your auto transport prices the most is where you’re shipping from and where you’re shipping to, as the route and distance are going to comprise a bulk of your cost. Larger vehicles tend to add additional weight and height fees, which the Maxima happens to avoid with ease. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about your Maxima costing you an arm and a leg – the route will do that for you.
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