Nissan has a reputation for providing quality vehicles that deliver luxury features without the badge or price tag that goes along with luxury sedans. They’re a manufacturer with a reputation for quality, comfort, convenience, and reliability in their vehicles from top to bottom, and the latest iteration of the Maxima is no different.
Drivers in East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket know the value of a Nissan, but they also like to know what their options are before taking the plunge on a new buy. Learn about the 2017 Nissan Maxima trim levels, and the various options that go with them, as well as where you can get behind the wheel for a test drive.
Nissan Maxima Trim Levels and Base Features
The new Nissan Maxima Trim levels and options come in five basic levels, as with most Nissan models. These levels are the base S-level, the SV, the SL level, the SR sport-level, and the high-end Platinum trim.
Base level features at the S-trim include 18-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, automatic headlights, LED daytime running lights, automatic dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, power seats for the driver and passenger, an auto-dim mirror, navigation system, a rearview camera, and an infotainment system powered by 8-inch touchscreen display, which also includes dual USB ports, eight speakers, an HD radio, six-disc CD changer, satellite tuner, and Bluetooth plus Apple CarPlay.
SV Level Trim
The base features are impressive enough, but the SV model ups the ante with heated mirrors outside, front and back parking sensors, leather interior, heated seats, upgraded driver seat adjustments, and the option for a Dynamic package, which upgrades the wheels and adds unique exterior trims.
SL Level Model
Going up to the Maxima SL level gives you a sunroof, interior ambient lighting, a heated steering wheel, active sound management (engine enhancement, noise cancellation), premium audio system with 11 speakers by Bose, adaptive cruise control, and several safety features.
The SR trim is the sport-level trim with special suspension that’s sport-tuned, paddle shifters, Active Ride Control features, active automatic braking, LED headlights, front seats that are both heated and cooled, upgraded upholstery, and the option for a Midnight Edition package, which gives a custom rear spoiler, gloss wheels, and a rear diffuser.
The top, Maxima Platinum level trim builds on the SL level, and gives you LED headlights, driver memory, power-adjust steering wheel, special leather upholstery with diamond quilting, automatic windshield wipers, power sunshade in the rear, parking camera with 360-degree surround view, driver alert systems, moving object detection, NissanConnect safety and telematics settings, and the option for a Millennium Edition with additional style-based features.
The various trim levels give a wealth of safety options including a rearview camera, forward collision warning, automatic braking, cross-traffic alerts, blind-spot monitoring, moving object detection, driver drowsiness monitor, stolen vehicle location, remote start, and automatic crash notification.
If you live in the Cranston, Pawtucket, and East Providence areas and would like to check out the 2017 Nissan Maxima trim levels for yourself, stop into Stateline Nissan and talk to one of our sales staff today, or contact us online!