For its sixth generation in the U.S. marketplace, Nissan's front-wheel-drive flagship gets a stronger VQ engine and a new Skyview roof that features a narrow glass panel running lengthwise between the front and rear seats. A new Elite Package includes a fixed, full center console that allows... Read Full Report
Don't consider this a quiz as much as a good ol' fashioned jog of the brain: Quickly now, what ever happened to the Nissan Maxima? You remember the Maxima, right? It was the sedan signified by . . . (We'll wait for the response.) OK. Wasn't it the one that had the unique . . . (Still waiting.) To be fair, you couldn't be blamed if you forgot about the Nissan Maxima... Read full review for the 2004 Nissan Maxima
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I bought my 95' Maxima with 171,000 miles on it. 5 spd of course. I like the manual shifts because the engines last longer. Now I just bought an 04 with 67,736 miles on it. It has all the creature com... Read Full Review
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