Nissan has recently announced the official price list for the 2013 Maxima model, and the entry-level version can now be bought from 33, 560 USD, including the $780 destination charge.
The 2013 Nissan Maxima is actually 360 USD more expensive than the outgoing version and it’s also more expensive than two of its main competitors on the over-seas auto market, the 2013 Chrysler 300 and the Ford Taurus. The cheapest version of the 2013 Nissan Maxima, the 3.5 S CVT, has a base starting price of 33,560 USD, including the 780 USD destination charge.
Between the entry-level version of the 2013 Nissan Maxima and the top of the line 3.5 SV CVT stand only 2,300 USD, because the most expensive version of the 2013 Maxima has been priced at 35,860 USD, shipping included. The “new” Maxima models are still more expensive than the competition, and with the 2013 Ford Taurus SE starting at 27,395 USD, including the 795 USD destination charge, and the base Chrysler 300 being priced at 30,770 USD, 925 USD destination charge included, the 2013 Maxima will have to offer a lot of extra features to justify the extra money.