2020 Nissan Maxima MPG Ratings
The 2020 Nissan Maxima is a muscular, sculpted, high-performance machine— and there’s a reason it’s officially called the 4-Door Sports Car®. You probably wouldn’t guess such a bold exterior comes paired with the impressive fuel efficiency numbers of the 2020 Nissan Maxima. Read on below to discover the factors that contribute to the Nissan Maxima fuel economy and contact us when you’re ready to schedule a test drive.
Nissan Maxima Gas Mileage Factors
Outfitted with an impressive 3.5L DOHC 24-valve V6 engine, the 2020 Nissan Maxima packs a 300-hp punch. Additionally, the expertly engineered Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT®) gives you all that power without sacrificing the Nissan Maxima’s fuel economy. This dream-team of performance parts helps you achieve that 20/30 city/highway MPG rating on the streets of Glennallen.
2020 Maxima Configurations
The new Nissan Maxima is available in six stunning trim levels:
- Nissan Maxima S
- Nissan Maxima SV
- Nissan Maxima SL
- Nissan Maxima SR
- Nissan Maxima Platinum
- Nissan Maxima Platinum Reserve
Across these models, all come standard with the aforementioned 3.5L V6 engine, as well as an 18-gallon fuel tank. Even simpler for Mechanicsville drivers, regular unleaded gasoline is the recommended fuel grade so you can affordably and conveniently fill up. Even still, the Nissan Maxima offers high-performance capabilities and features like 261 lb-ft of torque, and electronic drive-by-wire throttle.
Test Drive a Nissan Maxima at Nissan of Richmond
Contact our Nissan of Richmond team when you’re ready to experience the impressive capability of the 2020 Nissan Maxima fuel economy right from the driver’s seat. If you are interested in talking with our finance team about current new vehicle specials so you can affordably get a new Maxima home to your Richmond driveway, don’t hesitate to stop by the dealership. We also encourage you to learn more about Maxima trim levels, and apply for financing ahead of time if you want to get the process started.
*EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 20 city / 30 highway / 24 combined. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.