Sell a Nissan Maxima for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Maxima for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers. The current scrap value of the Nissan Maxima ranges from $55 to $1655.
The Nissan Maxima is the 16th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Maxima in all conditions. When the time to sell a Nissan Maxima, get a free offer online or by phone.
Sell a Nissan Maxima for cash with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Maximas for the highest possible value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Nissan Maxima for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Maximas in all conditions. When it is time to sell the Nissan Maxima, get a free offer online or by phone.
The Nissan Maxima is a full-size car that’s currently in its eighth generation. It debuted in 1982 as the Datsun Maxima, but it was renamed the Nissan Maxima when the Datsun brand name was dropped in 1985.
The Maxima typically comes with a V6 engine with a front-wheel-drive drivetrain. In the U.S., the Maxima is marketed as Nissan’s flagship sedan, and it’s positioned above the Altima in Nissan’s sedan line-up.
Previously assembled only in Oppama, Japan, Nissan eventually opened an assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, in 2004 to fulfill the rising demand for the Maxima and other Nissan vehicles in North America.
Renowned for its sporty handling, luxurious cabin, and sophisticated tech features, the Nissan Maxima is a popular choice among car buyers looking for a stylish vehicle with many creature comforts. However, the Nissan Maxima isn’t a vehicle that’s all style and no substance. Besides its sleek looks, it also has several practical safety features, such as:
- Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection
- Blind-spot monitoring
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Lane departure warning
- High beam assist
Apart from these standard safety features, some additional safety features include:
- Forward collision warning
- Adaptive cruise control
- Front and rear parking sensors
However, despite all its safety features, the Nissan Maxima is still prone to accidents like other cars. Fortunately, like most cars, the Nissan Maxima can be sold off as scrap if rendered undrivable because of an accident. The average scrap car price of the Nissan Maxima is $360, compared to the national average of $580. This compares well to other full-size sedans, such as the Toyota Avalon and the Chevrolet Impala, valued at roughly $399.75 and $351, respectively.
What is a Nissan Maxima's current scrap value?
The Nissan Maxima's current scrap value is $333, with a range of $65 - $800 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $541, a difference of -38 %.
What is a Nissan Maxima's Yearly scrap value?
The Nissan Maxima's yearly scrap value is $431, with a range of $55 - $1655, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $610, a difference of -29 %.
Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Nissan Maxima:
- Sell Toyota Avalon ~ $410
- Sell Chevrolet Impala ~ $433
- Sell Ford Taurus ~ $285
- Sell Dodge Charger ~ $530
- Sell Honda Accord ~ $423
What is the Nissan Maxima Used Car Value?
When it comes to depreciation, the Nissan Maxima is no different from other vehicles. Over time, the Maxima loses its value because of wear and tear. The used car value of a Nissan Maxima refers to its market worth after considering factors that cause depreciation. At Junk Car Medics, we use a proprietary system to determine the used car value of Nissan Maxima sedans. Some key factors we consider when determining used car value include:
- The car’s model year and age
- The car’s condition
- The car’s mileage
- The car’s weight
Apart from these factors, we also consider external factors such as demand for the car’s parts, scrap metal prices, and the vehicle’s location. After appraising your car based on these factors, we’ll give you an offer.
While offers vary based on these factors, we typically offer at least $500 cash for most junk cars. Here are some recent offers we’ve made for Nissan Maxima sedans.
|Vehicle||Average Used Car Value|
|2000 Nissan Maxima||$550|
|2010 Nissan Maxima||$540|
|2010 Nissan Maxima||$575|
How Much Does a Nissan Maxima Weigh in Tons?
The Nissan Maxima weighs between 1.4 to 1.8 tons. Here are some weights of some Nissan Maxima models.
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Generally, the vehicle’s weight varies across generations and trim levels. Newer generations are heavier than their predecessors, though sixth-generation models are the heaviest. Furthermore, higher-end trims with additional features are typically heavier than base models. Here are the average vehicle weights of other cars compared to the Nissan Maxima.
How Much Are Nissan Maxima Worth in Scrap by Year?
The value of the Nissan Maxima varies depending on the model year. In most cases, newer-generation models fetch better prices than old-generation models. However, besides the car’s model year, the vehicle’s condition can significantly influence its worth. Here are some Nissan Maxima models and their average scrap values.
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What Are Recent Junk Car Prices and Values of Nissan Maxima?
Here are 15 recent junk car values for Nissan Maxima.
What Are Common Problems of Nissan Maximas?
The Nissan Maxima is a fairly reliable vehicle. However, it does have its fair share of problems like other vehicles. Here are some common issues Nissan Maxima owners have encountered.
- Defective transmission: This issue is prevalent across several Nissan vehicles besides the Maxima. Some owners have reported that the vehicle sometimes jerks when in motion, accelerates slowly, or stalls. In extreme cases, some owners have reported total transmission failure.
- Faulty power steering pump: This problem mainly affects models produced between 1995 to 2013. The power steering pump leaks resulting in an unpleasant clunking sound. Often, the issue arises after the vehicle has covered over 100,000 miles.
- Defective ignition coil: Some Maxima owners reported that their check engine light abruptly came on because of an ignition coil issue.
- Faulty air conditioner: Some owners reported that their cars blew warm rather than cold air when they turned on the AC. This issue occurs because of refrigerant leaking at the crimped AC hose.
These are just a few common issues with Nissan Altimas. Apart from these issues, here are some other common vehicle problems you may encounter with your model.
What Are The Values of Nissan Maxima Scrap Car Parts?
The Nissan Maxima is assembled in the U.S. at a plant in Smyrna, Tennessee. As a result, Nissan Maxima parts are fairly affordable because they are available at many junkyards.
How Much is a Scrap Catalytic Converter From a Make Model Worth?
According to CarAraC, the scrap price of a Nissan Maxima catalytic converter ranges between $90 to $300.
The price of the converter varies depending on the concentration of precious metals in the converter, the current precious metal price, and the catalytic converter’s condition.
Additionally, the price of the catalytic converter varies based on the vehicle’s location. Generally, cat converters fetch better prices in industrialized areas than in areas that aren’t industrialized.
The scrap price of the Nissan Maxima catalytic converter compares modestly to other vehicles, as most cat converters sold off as scrap cost between $300 to $1,500.
How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a Nissan Maxima?
According to RepairPal, Nissan Maxima catalytic converters cost between $1,612 and $2,083. Meanwhile, the labor to replace a Nissan Maxima catalytic converter ranges between $587 and $740. Thus the total cost of replacing a Nissan Maxima cat converter ranges between $2,199 and $2,823.
However, it’s worth noting that these costs aren’t inclusive of taxes and fees. Furthermore, replacement costs may vary depending on the vehicle’s location.
Sell Other Nissans
Junk Car Medics makes it quick, easy, and painless to sell junk Makes. Sell any Make for cash using our rewarding process.
- Sell My Nissan Xterra - It’s a compact SUV discontinued in the U.S. in 2015.
- Sell My Nissan Quest - It’s a minivan discontinued in 2017.
- Sell My Nissan Armada - It’s a full-size SUV that seats up to eight people.
- Sell My Nissan Titan - It’s a full-size truck with both front and rear-wheel-drive options.
- Sell My Nissan Sentra - It’s a compact vehicle that’s one of Nissan’s best-selling vehicles in the U.S.
Apart from these models, we buy various other Nissan models and other car models regardless of their state. Get in touch with us online or call us at 1-855-587-0227 to get an instant offer for your scrap car.
We Pay Cash for Nissan Maxima Cars
We pay cash for cars no matter their condition. Whether your vehicle is rendered irreparable or undrivable, we’re ready to offer you cash. Contact us today to get an instant cash offer for your vehicle.