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Nissan Maxima Gets Limited Edition For 40th Anniversary

The 2021 Nissan Maxima will be offered in a limited anniversary edition that includes added appearance items, luxurious interior features, and more.

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Key Points:

1. The Nissan Maxima will be available in a limited 40th Anniversary Edition for the 2021 model year.

2. It will include 19-inch black alloy wheels, grey and black two-tone exterior, special badging, and a red leather interior.

3. The pricing is currently unknown.

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Overview

Nissan has announced that a limited 40th Anniversary Edition will be available for the 2021 Maxima to commemorate - you guessed it - the 4th decade of Maxima. This is more special than you think, as the Maxima is the longest running Nissan model in the U.S.

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Appearance

An abundance of appearance items will be standard on the 40th Anniversary Edition Maxima, 19-inch black alloy wheels, black exhaust tips, and two-tone exterior paint with Ruby Slate Gray Pearl and a black roof will all be included.

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Interior

The Maxima's interior also receives a bit of a rework, with a red semi-aniline leather interior, premium stitching, and heated rear seats all being standard.

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Powertrain

The engine and transmission equipped on the Maxima 40th Anniversary Edition is not new, and is powered by the same 300 horsepower 3.5 L V6 and CVT as other Maxima models.

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Pricing

At the moment, pricing is unknown. We will know how much the Maxima 40th Anniversary Edition costs later this fall.

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Comments (8)

  • I really like the way these things look. Too bad it has a CVT

      27 days ago
  • Screw the CVT, this car looks so nice especially with the quilted burgundy seats 😍

      27 days ago
  • Why are sommany anniversary editions just a bland plastic-clad appearance package and MAYBE some extra features?

    They should be truly special. For example, I would have given this car a more powerful engine, retuned suspension, a more robust transmission (maybe even a manual). It should have Infiniti level luxury to go along with it, alpng with some heritage-oriented styling

      27 days ago
    • That won't ever happen. If it was like Lamborghini with the Centenario, then it would financially make sense, but this is Nissan, and same goes with every other mainstream brand. Having a more powerful engine or some Infiniti level luxury...

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        27 days ago
    • A Nissan is what I like to call "an everyman's car". They are very good cars at an affordable price that everyman can afford to buy. They are not luxury or collectable however some can become collectable in time like the original 240Z. It would...

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        26 days ago
  • Actually pretty decent nissan.

      27 days ago

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