Sedan starts at $33,395, up just $50 from last year.

The 2017 Nissan Maxima receives a handful of equipment changes in its second year on sale, but prices for all five trim levels increase just $50.

The primary change for the 2017 Nissan Maxima is the addition of Apple CarPlay connectivity as standard for the car’s 8.0-inch touchscreen radio. There are also two new option packages to dress up the Maxima, joining the existing $1,195 Midnight Edition pack that was launched in February. The Medallion Package, a $1,345 option available only on the fully loaded Maxima Platinum, bundles a spoiler, 18-inch wheels, illuminated door-sill plates, interior accent lighting, and outside puddle lights. The Dynamic Package, meanwhile, brings similar features to the Maxima SV trim level for $990, adding a spoiler, 18-inch wheels, illuminated door-sill plates, and new side skirts.

There are no other significant changes for the 2017 Nissan Maxima, which continues to offer a 3.5-liter V6 engine good for 300 horsepower, with a continuously variable transmission directing power to the front wheels. The 2017 Maxima goes on sale today.

Source: Nissan

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