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15th November, 2011

Nissan Maxima also introduces new safety technology to its market segment as part of Nissanís global commitment to innovation in design, engineering and safety.

For 2012, the flagship Maxima 350Ti now features Nissanís new Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS).

AFS automatically turns on low beam according to vehicle speed and adjusts the lighting pattern based on steering input to enhance night time visibility by compensating for the curvature of the road.

However unlike other adaptive light systems, the left hand low beam also illuminates the chosen direction of travel when the driver is stopped at a crossroad, based on the position of the direction indicator.

Nissan Maxima 350 Ti also introduces a unique Side View Camera on the passenger side mirror that allows the driver to see the front left side of the vehicle Ė a common blindspot Ė through the carís Satellite Navigation monitor.

This enhances safety by assisting the driver with parking and visibility of small objects. It can be turned on and off via a button on the centre console as required.

A further innovation introduced on the Nissan Maxima 350 Ti is an Ďintelligentí rear sunshade that can be raised at the flick of a switch to protect rear seat passengers from the harsh Australian sun, yet retracts automatically when reverse gear is selected to aid visibility.

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Adding further value to Maxima, 250 ST-L and 350 ST-S models now get a new, fully integrated Bluetooth hands-free system with steering wheels controls.

Despite these added features, the latest Nissan Maxima pricing remains unchanged, further enhancing the modelís outstanding value.

Nissan Maxima Pricing* (MLP*)

Nissan Maxima 250 STL†$33,990*
Nissan Maxima 350 STS $37,990*
Nissan Maxima 350 TI $46,990*

NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous statutory charges (commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees and charges are subject to change without notice, as are the specifications.


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