2017 Nissan Maxima Safety Features and Technology

The 2017 Nissan Maxima is one of the safest cars on the road. Earning a 5-Star Safety Rating from the NHTSA, the Maxima performs well in crash tests and is also equipped with a variety of safety features and technologies that will keep you safe during every drive.

2017 Nissan Maxima Safety - Lewis NissanThe new Maxima is equipped with all the latest active safety features at certain trim levels. The SV trim, one step up from the base S, has front and rear parking sensors. If you go up another step to the SL, you get even more advanced features like Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Intelligent Cruise Control, Emergency Braking, and more. The highest Platinum trim even comes with Driver Attention Alert and Moving Object Detection.

But driver assist features aren’t all the Maxima has going for it. Its standard safety features include an advanced airbag system with occupant classification sensors, dynamic control with a traction control system, front and rear crumple zones, and a tire pressure monitoring system, among others.

Then there’s the infotainment tech that lets you stay connected without taking your eyes off the road. Standard Nissan Connect with Navigation and Apple CarPlay lets you use Siri Eyes Free technology and voice commands to make calls, send texts, and access apps.

If you’re looking for a sedan you can count on to keep you from crashing and protect you if you do, the 2017 Nissan Maxima safety features and technology will give you the peace of mind you’re looking for.

Nissan Giving Us More In-Vehicle Technology

Earlier this month, Nissan Motor Company’s CEO, Carlos Ghosn, unveiled a series of major initiatives in automotive communications technology which is intended to debut in the all-new Altima later this year.

“It’s clear that consumers expect to be connected wherever they are, and that includes the time spent in their automobiles,” said Ghosn. “To meet those needs, Nissan is developing a series of innovative breakthroughs in communication devices that will be safe to use while driving.”

Below is a video of Mr. Ghosn discussing the new generation of NissanConnect℠.