Redesigned for 2004, Nissan's front-wheel-drive flagship sedan received a stronger V-6 and a new Skyview roof that features a narrow glass panel running lengthwise between the front and rear seats. An Elite Package included a fixed, full center console that provides four-passenger seating, w... Read Full Report
Take the sporty Altima sedan, stretch it a bit, give it its own special exterior styling, boost the power a bit, and fill it with premium amenities.The result: Nissan's flagship sedan, the Maxima, which appeared last year in its newest generation and continues this year with no major changes. Not that it needed any changes, mind you. This is arguably the best sedan you can buy for under $3... Read full review for the 2005 Nissan Maxima
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Well for a car that you just plain down want to be the talk of the town in..the maxima is perfect for you. With mine, I have gotten countless comments at the gas station you wouldn't even believe. As ... Read Full Review
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