8th Generation Maxima (2016-) Let's see what Nissan has to offer on the 8th generation Maxima

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Old 09-25-2018, 05:04 PM
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2017 silver SV, 28010 on the odometer. No exterior damage, clean carfax, lease return- $22100 OTD in Brooklyn in late August.
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Old 09-28-2018, 11:51 AM
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2017 SR Midnight edition, I got for $28,200 before taxes, memorial day sale. They also included a rebate that covered tax/title. I feel like I got a decent deal, but I'm also stuck with their 4% interest rate. Got screwed out of a second key fob bc they said they were looking for it and would send in the mail. Never happened, went through BBB, but "I never got in writing that they owed me".

What do you all think? Is $28,200 a decent price? This was my first Nissan, but I went all out with the SR Midnight with sport package.


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Old 09-30-2018, 09:57 AM
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Just purchased a 2017 Pearl White SR with spoiler and 9100 miles for $28000 yesterday in Dayton, Ohio. Probably not the greatest deal in the world, but it has really low miles and the options and color that I wanted.
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Old 10-04-2018, 07:03 PM
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Finally got our Maxima. 2017.5 Black SV CPO with about 27000 miles. $22,680 out the door which included $500 for our trade In.
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Old 10-06-2018, 11:12 AM
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Hey all. I got my local dealer down to $34k out the door on a 2018 SR midnight. My goal the part few months I've been watching this car was to get to that price, but my wife thinks it came too easy and I should keep negotiating. Do you guys think $34k OTD is a good enough deal?
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Old 10-06-2018, 12:30 PM
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Great deal. Take it!!!!
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Old 10-08-2018, 01:53 PM
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Picked up this beauty today. 2018 SR Midnight $34k even OTD.
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Old 10-08-2018, 02:06 PM
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Good deal! Refresh is right around the corner and you might be kicking yourself. Refresh or not. This design still holds very well today and looks good!
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Old 10-17-2018, 05:33 AM
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Looks awesome! Are you going to get window tint or anything done to it?
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Old 10-17-2018, 12:23 PM
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Looks awesome! Are you going to get window tint or anything done to it?
Plan on getting tint soon. Maybe an exhaust in the future, but not gonna do too much to it. I like the way it is.
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Old 11-05-2018, 08:06 AM
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2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum

Hello- noob here. I'm looking at a few 2018 Maxima Platinum models. I just spoke with an internet sales rep and they're quoting me OTD $35,730, which is 16.35% off the MSRP of $42,710. The only upgrades are:
  • Illuminated Kick Plates
  • Splash Guards
  • ​50 State Emissions
  • ​Floor Mats/Trunk Mat & Trunk Net
How's that look? TIA!
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Old 11-05-2018, 08:46 AM
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Hi HeyGuyITsMe,

if it's new, or less than 10k miles... I think that is pretty reasonable (for OTD). I paid a little under 35k OTD for mine, it had 8k miles but EVERY extra you can get.
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Old 11-05-2018, 09:26 AM
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Hi HeyGuyITsMe,

if it's new, or less than 10k miles... I think that is pretty reasonable (for OTD). I paid a little under 35k OTD for mine, it had 8k miles but EVERY extra you can get.
Yes- it's brand new, zero miles.
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Old 11-05-2018, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by heyguysitsme View Post
Hello- noob here. I'm looking at a few 2018 Maxima Platinum models. I just spoke with an internet sales rep and they're quoting me OTD $35,730, which is 16.35% off the MSRP of $42,710. The only upgrades are:
  • Illuminated Kick Plates
  • Splash Guards
  • ​50 State Emissions
  • ​Floor Mats/Trunk Mat & Trunk Net
How's that look? TIA!
Assuming you have a fairly hefty sales tax included in that OTD price, it looks like a really good deal to me.
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Old 11-06-2018, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by heyguysitsme View Post
Hello- noob here. I'm looking at a few 2018 Maxima Platinum models. I just spoke with an internet sales rep and they're quoting me OTD $35,730, which is 16.35% off the MSRP of $42,710. The only upgrades are:
  • Illuminated Kick Plates
  • Splash Guards
  • ​50 State Emissions
  • ​Floor Mats/Trunk Mat & Trunk Net
How's that look? TIA!
I recently purchased an '18 SR Midnight for $34,000 OTD and the MSRP was about $1k less than yours, so I'd say it's a pretty good deal. I like nice round numbers so I'd ask them to go to $35k even, but that's just me.
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Old 11-06-2018, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by heyguysitsme View Post
Hello- noob here. I'm looking at a few 2018 Maxima Platinum models. I just spoke with an internet sales rep and they're quoting me OTD $35,730, which is 16.35% off the MSRP of $42,710. The only upgrades are:
  • Illuminated Kick Plates
  • Splash Guards
  • ​50 State Emissions
  • ​Floor Mats/Trunk Mat & Trunk Net
How's that look? TIA!
That is a GREAT deal for a fully loaded Platinum. I would jump on it ASAP!!!!
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Old 11-10-2018, 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by heyguysitsme View Post
Hello- noob here. I'm looking at a few 2018 Maxima Platinum models. I just spoke with an internet sales rep and they're quoting me OTD $35,730, which is 16.35% off the MSRP of $42,710. The only upgrades are:
  • Illuminated Kick Plates
  • Splash Guards
  • ​50 State Emissions
  • ​Floor Mats/Trunk Mat & Trunk Net
How's that look? TIA!
Confirming. Awesome car BTW
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Old 11-11-2018, 11:24 AM
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I paid $29,768 through Costco--see below--some info redacted to protect the guilty



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Old 11-30-2018, 10:20 AM
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Just purchased a 2018 SL OTD for $33,400. Has illuminated kick plates, first aid kit w/cargo net, floor mats, and splash guards.
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Old 12-15-2018, 06:07 PM
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I've been looking out for a blue platinum 2017 with black interior for a few weeks now. Today I bought one with 24,000 miles on it.

Cost: 24,821
Fees: 282.55
Options: 995
Tax: 2561.76

Total: 28,660.31

Financed at 4.19 percent:

Out the door price = 31,817

I know the charge for "options" is very high, but I didn't mind too much because the starting price was very good compared to what I have been seeing over the last month (26 to 27k would be more in line with similar miles on a Platinum). As far as what was actually done, they tinted the windows and detailed the car inside and out. I know that doesn't add up to 995 but oh well. It's an Acura dealer and I felt I was treated very well compared to the many dealerships that I've been to in the last month so that's worth something to me too.

I couldn't get him to go any lower and the car just went up for sale so I'm pretty happy with the deal even thought the OTD looks crazy high. 9.6% tax doesn't help....

I almost pulled the trigger on another 2017 blue platinum for 26,999 with 12,000 miles on it but the dealer would only give me 5.9 percent financing.

In the past month I've test driven the following:

2016 Hyndai Genesis
2018 Camry Hybrid
2018 Camry
2018 Avalon
2018 Kia Stinger
2016 Dodge Challenger
2016 Lexus ES
2016 Hyundai Azera
2017 Infiniti Q40
and finally
2016 Nissan Maxima S

I test drove the Maxima last and honestly it wasn't all that close. The interior is so comfortable and just feels right, the handling and steering same thing, the acceleration is plenty for me, overall it just felt right - both in how it drove and how the interior was laid out/comfort.

Runner(s) up included the Stinger 2.0 and the Infinity Q40. None were terrible but at the same time none of them made me want to quit driving my car until I drove the Maxima.

I might have just bought the S but I have so many options on my current (about to sell) 2008 Hyundai Azera that I didn't want to give up. Seat memory, rain sensing wipers, rear sunshade, auto telescopic steering wheel, etc.

One thing I will miss about the S is that gray colored accent instead of the wood colored one.

Sorry for the novel, I'm excited to pick up my 3rd car in my adult lifetime. Drove a 96 maxima, then a 2008 Azera, and now back to a Max.
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Old 12-15-2018, 06:27 PM
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Old 12-16-2018, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by darksteve View Post
I went through Truecar and Edmunds seeking a 2016 Platinum Maxima in the Philadelphia area. Most places were offering MSRP or just a bit under.

I found one excellent dealership , and bought for this price:

Platinum
Gun metallic
Car Mats, trunk cargo net, and spoilers

Cost: $38,228
Out the door price: $40,811.68

I was thrilled with the price, and even more thrilled with the car. I was sad to leave behind my 2000 Maxima SE (15 years!), but happy with the purchase.

Steve in Philly
You paid full sticker and more.. and were thrilled? Lol..
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Old 12-16-2018, 07:16 AM
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You paid full sticker and more.. and were thrilled? Lol..
haha I got mine 45k w/1.9% otd back in 12/2015 for an sr.
and with 113k miles, it still has 27k left.
Oh boy!
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Old 12-16-2018, 08:56 AM
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How much is payment every month?
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Old 12-17-2018, 07:20 AM
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How much is payment every month?
About $787 for a 60 month loan if all $45k was financed.
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Old 12-18-2018, 01:53 PM
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Just posted at the first link below that I bought a new 2018 Maxima Platinum. The dealer gave me 21% off the MSRP -- which I thought was a hell of a deal. MSRP was $42,730, which was $40,940 base plus $395 for Premium Paint (Carnelian Red), $300 for Mats package (Floor Mats, Trunk Mat, Trunk Net, First Aid Kit) and $200 for Splash Guards. Was offered $9,018 off that, giving a net of $33,712. Not including state taxes (6.625%), only additional required costs were $449 for documentation and $89 for license transfer. I purchased multiple options, detailed in the post at the first link below. Very, very happy with this deal. FYI, the second link explains why I preferred the '18 over the '19 refresh.

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...m-pics-11.html

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...s-more-33.html

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Old 12-18-2018, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by sschumer View Post
Just posted at the first link below that I bought a new 2018 Maxima Platinum. The dealer gave me 21% off the MSRP -- which I thought was a hell of a deal. MSRP was $42,730, which was $40,940 base plus $395 for Premium Paint (Carnelian Red), $300 for Mats package (Floor Mats, Trunk Mat, Trunk Net, First Aid Kit) and $200 for Splash Guards. Was offered $9,018 off that, giving a net of $33,712. Not including state taxes (6.625%), only additional required costs were $449 for documentation and $89 for license transfer. I purchased multiple options, detailed in the post at the first link below. Very, very happy with this deal. FYI, the second link explains why I preferred the '18 over the '19 refresh.

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...m-pics-11.html

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...s-more-33.html

No deal is ever a deal with the Maxima. Itís one of the worst for deprecation on the market. It loses $10-$12k in the first year alone and the second year is no better. This is why dealers can give deep discounts on them. They are practically throw away cars.
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Old 12-19-2018, 11:02 AM
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Originally Posted by sschumer View Post
Just posted at the first link below that I bought a new 2018 Maxima Platinum. The dealer gave me 21% off the MSRP -- which I thought was a hell of a deal. MSRP was $42,730, which was $40,940 base plus $395 for Premium Paint (Carnelian Red), $300 for Mats package (Floor Mats, Trunk Mat, Trunk Net, First Aid Kit) and $200 for Splash Guards. Was offered $9,018 off that, giving a net of $33,712. Not including state taxes (6.625%), only additional required costs were $449 for documentation and $89 for license transfer. I purchased multiple options, detailed in the post at the first link below. Very, very happy with this deal. FYI, the second link explains why I preferred the '18 over the '19 refresh.

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...m-pics-11.html

https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...s-more-33.html
Congrats. That is a really good deal! Nice car...
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Old 12-19-2018, 02:55 PM
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Thanks Max2013!
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Old 12-20-2018, 12:53 PM
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$30k OTD for my brand new 2018 Maxima, including free lifetime power train (engine, transmission and joints) warranty. Chicago suburbs.
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Old 12-20-2018, 05:14 PM
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$30k OTD for my brand new 2018 Maxima, including free lifetime power train (engine, transmission and joints) warranty. Chicago suburbs.
Noice! What trim level did you go with? My dealership also have me lifetime power train.
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noice! What trim level did you go with? My dealership also have me lifetime power train.
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gf loves the max but when i trade mine in i may get another one for her, but not a 19' until they come down in price. dealer trying to get me to buy a 1800 mile 2017 black on black platinum for 28k. what do u guys think of that?
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gf loves the max but when i trade mine in i may get another one for her, but not a 19' until they come down in price. dealer trying to get me to buy a 1800 mile 2017 black on black platinum for 28k. what do u guys think of that?

You know what worries me about deals like this. What if that car was problematic and the previous owner. Had the money to get out of something like that. Itís a good deal though if it works out.
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Old 02-14-2019, 02:30 PM
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2017 Maxima S

Am I the only person who paid under 30k OTD for a new base model? lol..
I paid OTD 29K for the new S trim in 2017.
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Old 02-14-2019, 04:27 PM
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Am I the only person who paid under 30k OTD for a new base model? lol..
I paid OTD 29K for the new S trim in 2017.
I paid $30k OTD for a new 2018 SV, if that counts. So one step above base model.
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Anyone get any deals on the 2019 Maxima yet? My 2016 SR lease is up soon and I just started looking around. Looking like the regular 2019 SR will be significantly more expensive.
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Old 02-20-2019, 06:12 AM
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Anyone get any deals on the 2019 Maxima yet? My 2016 SR lease is up soon and I just started looking around. Looking like the regular 2019 SR will be significantly more expensive.
I have a loaded Platinum coming early next month which stickers over 45K. I put 500 bucks down and do not have a firm price yet. Nonetheless if Nissan does not come up with a workable price/lease I am prepared to bail to another brand. There are just too many competing deals even in the Infinity , Acura , Lincoln sedans. Stay tuned.
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Old 02-25-2019, 05:00 AM
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Hey guys, newbie here. Just got my new 2018 maxima sv this past Friday. Huge discounts on the 18 models. 28000 otd. 8000 off the sticker. Couldn't be happier. Huge upgrade from what I had (toyota camry)
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