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2023 Nissan Maxima signs off with price increases, not much else | Autoblog

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Prices are up $300 on the entry-level SV and sport-focused SR trims. The Platinum’s fancier leather makes that car $1,100 more expensive. New MSRPs after the $1,095 destination charge are:

The sheetmetal hides an unchanged powertrain, the 3.5-liter V6 putting out 300 horsepower and 261 pound-feet of torque through a continuously variable transmission to the front wheels only. Deciding who got tired of the Maxima first — Nissan, or customers — could be a chicken and egg quandary. What’s clear now is that both are. Nissan’s left its once-mighty four-door, billed with the tagline “Born to thrill,” lagging in the modern age with an eight-inch infotainment screen, no Android Auto, and no all-wheel drive. Only 3,753 units have found homes through the first half of this year, after dealers sold just over 16,300 Maximas in 2021.   

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