Nissan has just released pricing for its 2013 Maxima, revealing that it will start at $32,780, representing an increase of about $400 over the 2012 model.
The Maxima is available in two different trims, although the only engine choice is a 290-horsepower 3.5-liter mated to a CVT. Pricing starts at $32,780 for the S trim, and moves up to $35,080 for the top of the line SV trim. Standard equipment on the base model includes Nissan intelligent key with push button ignition, power windows and door locks, Bluetooth hands-free phone system and available USB connectivity.
Upgrading to the SV package will get you a nine-speaker Bose audio system, SiriusXM satellite radio, heated front seats, heated steering wheel and heated side mirrors. Optional equipment that can be had on any model includes RearView monitor, a navigation system and Voice Recognition.
Also upgraded for 2013 is the optional sport package, which now includes Monitor Package content such as a seven-inch color monitor, USB connectivity and a backup camera. Sport Package equipped vehicles also now include climate-controlled driver’s seat and Dark Hyper Silver-finished 19-inch aluminum wheels.