Nissan's 2020 Maxima midsize sedan will offer more standard safety equipment for a modest price increase.
 - Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's 2020 Maxima midsize sedan will offer more standard safety equipment for a modest price increase.

Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's 2020 Maxima will retail for at least $35,145, which includes an $895 delivery fee, for a model that adds a few more features following a midcycle update to the 2019 Maxima. The base Maxima increases $200 from the outgoing model.

The 2020 Maxima adds several enhancements from 2019, including the Safety Shield 360 suite of active safety technologies, which are now standard across the lineup. The safety bundle includes automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, rear automatic braking, automatic high beams and rear cross traffic alert.

Nissan again offers five trims, including S, SV, SL, SR, and Platinum with retail pricing set at $34,250, $36,300, $38,640, $41,450, and $41,540 respectively. Nissan also charges a $895 delivery fee.

All Maxima sedans are powered by a 3.5-liter CQ-series V-6 engine and Xtronic continuously variable transmission.

Other optional features include adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition technology.

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