2018 Nissan Maxima Technology Review
The 2018 Nissan Maxima is one of the most athletic and luxurious vehicles in the large sedan class, but that’s not all it brings to the table. From impressive entertainment features to innovative safety equipment, the Maxima offers some of the best modern technology on the market.
Drivers in Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown can learn more about the entertainment, convenience, and safety technology with our in-depth 2018 Nissan Maxima technology review.
NissanConnect® is an intuitive technology system that bundles navigation, entertainment, security, and connectivity into one easy-to-use package on the Nissan Maxima’s dash. With this system, you can stream your favorite music from your smartphone, HD radio™ or satellite radio, remotely lock and unlock your doors through voice recognition from Amazon Alexa and send destinations to your navigation system.
NissanConnect® also pairs with SiriusXM® emergency-response services to give you roadside assistance, crash response and remote access to your vehicle, along with vehicle health reports and maintenance alerts to keep you aware of what’s happening under the hood. SiriusXM® provides Travel Link and Traffic as well, giving you up-to-the-minute news and sports and real-time traffic and weather updates.
Advanced Safety Technology
All Nissan Maxima models come with Forward Collision Warning, automatic emergency braking, and a rearview camera. Combined, these features monitor the rear of the vehicle and keep you aware of your distance from the vehicles ahead, alerting you to a potential collision or unsafe follow distance. If you don’t react quickly enough, the automatic emergency braking system will gently apply the brakes to avoid the crash completely or to lessen the severity of impact.
Blind-spot monitors, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, And Adaptive Cruise Control are also available, which expand your protection on the road. Blind-spot monitors keep you aware of the areas around your vehicle that are just beyond your sightline, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert warns you of vehicles or pedestrians moving behind your vehicle. Adaptive Cruise Control is equal parts convenience and safety, improving on conventional cruise control systems by adjusting your cruise speed with the flow of traffic, so the frustrating days of constantly adjusting your cruise control speed are long gone.
Nissan is an innovative brand, so the Maxima packs some exciting features that are unique to this lineup. Perfectly complementing its sporty persona, the Nissan Maxima can be equipped with the dynamic control system, a performance feature that coordinates the braking, steering and suspension to improve the handling. Along with the engine upgrades and improved mechanical components, this system allows the Maxima to glide through the tightest of turns and sharpest of corners.
Driver drowsiness monitoring is another impressive feature that’s helpful for long commutes. This system detects signs that you’re less alert, such as lane drift or inconsistent acceleration, based on your usual driving patterns. If it senses drowsy behavior, it sends an audible chime, displays a coffee cup symbol on the instrument panel, and suggests you take a break, helping to keep you from a collision by drifting asleep. It’s also a smart system, meaning it understands the difference between drowsy behavior and false alerts, such as lane changes, emergency braking, or inclement weather conditions.
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Explore Nissan Maxima Technology at Montgomeryville Nissan
With all this new technology, the 2018 Nissan Maxima has never been more connected, entertaining, or convenient, and the array of safety features gives you added peace of mind on the road.
Drivers in Philadelphia, Lansdale, and Doylestown can learn more about the 2018 Nissan Maxima technology by visiting Montgomeryville Nissan. Call or stop by today to schedule your test drive!