2014 Nissan Maxima Pricing Announced

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edited September 2014 in Nissan

image2014 Nissan Maxima Pricing Announced

The base 2014 Nissan Maxima 3.5 S starts at $31,810, reflecting no increase over the outgoing model, but the uplevel 2014 Maxima 3.5 SV receives a price increase of $850.

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  • lions208487lions208487 Member Posts: 240
    Nissan, please get rid of the CVT on favor of your 7 spd in the Q50!

    @ Anita Lienart - The TL is not comp for the Maxima, that would be the Avalon, Cadenza/Azera, and perhaps the Taurus and 300.

    Though the Acura TL has slipped in it's class, the Acura's direct comp is still the Q50, A4, 3 Series, C Class, S60, and ATS. The TL is a tweener car, thus the dimensions would put it more against the Q50 than anything else.
  • engineer_mbaengineer_mba Member Posts: 11
    It is sometimes difficult for me to take a powerful front-wheel-drive car seriously without a Helical LSD to eliminate torque steer and unnecessary wheel spin. I found a site claiming to have a Helical LSD that will fit the Maxima:


    If this is true, this LSD might turn the Maxima into a serious contender with regard to performance and handling. If I owned a Maxima, I think it would be a good investment.
  • screwball71screwball71 Member Posts: 26
    Yeah, not sure in what lifetime the Maxima became direct competition for the TL but it sure ain't this one. The TL crushes the Maxima in every key area. So I guess the Q50 competes with the BMW 7 Series then, huh? Y'all loose more and more credibility with each post. Before too long I'll be back at Motor Trend and Car & Driver. Happy Labor Day!
  • screwball71screwball71 Member Posts: 26

    Lol. The Maxima is a good car, don't get me wrong. But even with the Helical LSD, it still wouldn't be able to go toe to toe with the SH-AWD TL. I'd even argue that the 3G TL-S is superior to this current generation Maxima (esp in terms of powe
  • shatnershatner Member Posts: 176
    Nissan neglected the Maxima when it upmarketed the Altima and gave it the V6. Seems like it accomplished nothing as the Maxima does not sell well anymore.
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