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40 never looked better. The 2021 Nissan Maxima celebrates four decades of impressive driving and design. Read on to find out what exciting new features await you in the Maus Nissan showroom.

New year, new you

The lineup is a bit different from the start. Starting at $36,990 MSRP, there are now three primary trim levels - SV, SR and Platinum - and a special 40th Anniversary Edition to boot.

Inside that special edition, you will find an array of features that will get you all fuzzy inside. Two tone Ruby Slate Gray Pearl exterior color, 19” gloss black alloy wheels and unique badging all grace the exterior. Make yourself comfortable inside with red leather seating and satin dark chrome trim.

Here for a good time

This handsome 3.5-liter V-6 produces 300-horsepower with an XTRONIC CVT transmission that guarantees a smooth and efficient ride. Couple that with a sleek interior featuring Zero Gravity seats and an available Bose Premium Audio system to get any sized party started.

No need to look down at the 8” display screen when you’re cruising because the Display Commander was built for intuitive control. Use the Apple CarPlay or Android Auto integration for apps or music. Impress everyone by switching on your very own WiFi hotspot (and connecting up to 7 devices!) through the standard Nissan Connect system.

Don’t break a sweat if you get lost because the available Nissan Door to Door Navigation has your back. Not only will it provide directions synced from your compatible smartphone but with the companion app, you can receive step-by-step directions to your parked car.

Safe and sound

The 2021 Nissan Maxima offers much more than just looks. Standard driver assistance technologies include blind spot warning, lane departure detection and rear automatic braking. The Nissan Advanced AirBag system includes driver and passenger seat-mounted and knee and side impact airbags - no doubt a major part of the high scores achieved in both federal and insurance industry crash tests.

Stay ahead of the game while the Vehicle Dynamic Control monitors steering and braking that can reduce engine output or apply brake pressure to specific wheels. System alerts like the tire pressure monitoring system take the guesswork out of filling up your tires by a beep of the horn when correct pressure is reached are not only clutch, but oh so cool.

Experience the Maus difference with the 2021 Nissan Maxima! Give us a call today at (352) 592-6287 or visit us online to see more.

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