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Not only is your Nissan Maxima luxurious and well designed, but it also houses a powerful engine. You don't want to risk sacrificing that engine's high performance by using anything but the best Maxima engine oils from AutoZone to lubricate and protect it.

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  • Part Number: 11209
  • Application: Use in temperatures above 19 degrees
  • Notes: Coastal(R) Fleet 15W-40 Motor Oil 5 Gallon
  • Part Number: 550035170
  • Application: Use in temperatures above 0 degrees
  • Notes: Quaker State Peak Performance 10W-30
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The purpose of Nissan Maxima engine oil is to grease all the moving parts so they operate smoothly and don't wear out quickly from friction, heat, rust and corrosion. You have the option of getting oil that is natural, synthetic or a blend of both. Better yet, multi-grade oils with the W perform in both high and low temperatures. If you need help finding the right engine oil at AutoZone, rely on trustworthy advice from our helpful staff. Then, enjoy free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing to ensure every part of your Maxima is running optimally. You can also take advantage of our Loan-a-Tool program for easy installation.

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