2020 Nissan Maxima | MSRP, Features and More

The 2020 Nissan Altima

Nissan's Groundbreaking Four-Door Sports Car

2020 Nissan Maxima Interior, Safety and Technology Features

Enjoy standard features like LED headlights while a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, traffic sign recognition, a Bose® premium audio system, aluminum-alloy wheels, speed-sensing windshield wipers and a charcoal headliner are features that are available as options. When it comes to connectivity, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard in the 2020 Maxima, while navigation (with Premium Traffic) and NissanConnect® powered by SiriusXM® - featuring trials to its 3-year Select and 6-month Premium Plus packages - are available choices on higher trim levels. Safety Shield 360, which is standard in full Maxima trims, is designed to provide added peace of mind and is part of the groundbreaking suite of Nissan Intelligent Mobility services. It contains features such as Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. All new Nissans come with complimentary roadside assistance for 36 months or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first), which covers you if you have a flat tire, need a jump start, get locked out of your vehicle, or need fuel delivered to you in case you run out. On a trip and have faced a situation that has made you put those plans on hold? Nissan Roadside Assistance includes trip interruption benefits to assist you.

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How Much Is The 2020 Maxima?

Choose from six different trim levels that contain various features designed to make driving a pleasure every day. The base-model S starts at $34,250, while the SV starts at $36,300. Or consider the SL (starting at $38,640), the SR (starting at $41,450) or the Platinum (also starting at $41,450). Our highest-end model, the Maxima Platinum Reserve, starts at $42,680. At Courtesy Nissan of Tampa, you'll have a chance to explore full Maxima trim levels and models, while scoping out features that fit your lifestyle and desires. We'd love to work with you in finding the Maxima of your dreams, so we invite you to visit us today to get the personalized attention you deserve.

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Looking for a sports car with the practicality of a sedan? Consider the 2020 Nissan Maxima, our 4-door sports car. It has an available fuel economy of 30 mpg, yet still has 300hp, allowing you to combine power with efficiency full time you get on the road. Don't sacrifice safety for performance: Safety Shield 360 comes standard on full 2020 Maxima trims. Enjoy great technology features as well, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and stay connected to the world around you while focusing on the road in front of you. And it's received some extensive accolades as well: it's been named AutoPacific®'s Leading In Class Vehicle Satisfaction Luxury Mid-Size Car for four years running. The 2020 Nissan Maxima is here at Courtesy Nissan of Tampa, and it's apt for you to drive today.

Which Nissan Maxima Is Right For You?

Explore the various trim levels - S, SV, SL, SR, Platinum and Platinum Reserve and see which one is right for you. View the vehicle up close at Courtesy Nissan of Tampa, take it on a test drive, try out different features and really get to know the vehicle before you buy it. The team here is available to answer any questions you may have about it and walk you through various options, such as financing to help you make payments on your new 2020 Maxima over time.

What Vehicles Are Comparable To the 2020 Nissan Maxima?

When comparing the 2020 Nissan Maxima, it probably matches up best to the Toyota Avalon, Chevrolet Impala, Acura TLX and BMW 3 Series. While the 2019 TLX comes with 206hp and the 2019 3 Series contains 255hp, the 2020 Maxima blows those vehicles out of the water with 300hp. The interior contains 39.4 inches of headroom and 45 inches of legroom, as compared to 37.2/42.6 inches on the 2019 TLX and 38.5/42.1 inches on the 2019 Avalon. What about an available Intelligent Around View® monitor, that helps you not only see behind you, but see a virtual 360° representation of everything around you? You'll find it on the 2020 Maxima, but not on the 2019 TLX, 2019 Avalon, or 2019 Impala. It's clear that the 2020 Maxima is the leading vehicle in its class compared to others like it!