Plenty of extra power goes into the 2002 edition of Nissans top front-drive Maxima sedan, which isnt much bigger than the Altima. The two models are now the same length, and though the Altima is still considered second in rank, it has a longer wheelbase than the Maxima.Nissan took a ... Read Full Report
The Maxima used to be Nissan's only four-door sports car, but that role has changed with the advent of the feisty Altima 3.5 SE. The Maxima maintains its station at the top of the product totem, offering a higher level of comfort and performance. Key to the Maxima's performance is the 255-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine that is as sweet and powerful as any in production. This engin... Read full review for the 2002 Nissan Maxima
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I've had this car for 4 years, no problems just regular maintence. And 0-60 times stock are just a shade over 6 seconds. I have 152,738 miles on it and still get 21 city and 28-30 hwy mpg. J D Power Q... Read Full Review
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