Nissans largest passenger car was redesigned for arrival as an early 95 model. Front-wheel drive, V6 power, and 4-door sedan styling... Read More
Nissans largest passenger car was redesigned for arrival as an early 95 model. Front-wheel drive, V6 power, and 4-door sedan styling continued, but the new design was more rounded on a longer wheelbase. Model choices now numbered three, with the addition of a luxury GLE. Also available were a base GXE sedan, plus a sporty SE with a rear spoiler, firmer suspension, and wider tires. All Maximas shared a new aluminum 3.0-liter V6 with dual-overhead camshafts, rated at 190 horsepower. The GXE and SE came with a 5-speed manual transmission. An electronically controlled 4-speed automatic was optional on those models and standard on the GLE. Antilock brakes were optional on all except the 5-speed GXE. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
30 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Oct 19, 2003
Maxima SE: Overall Great Car
Pros: Power, Comfort, Reliability, Invisible to police
Cons: Body roll, Understeer, Long-throw shifter, Expensive parts.
Jul 14, 2003
Reasonably priced luxury
Pros: Acceleration, handling, reliability, style
Cons: Fuel injector and power lock trouble, moody CD player, small cup holders
Jun 18, 2005
Maxima-Little SportCompacts Watch Out!!
Pros: Reliable engine, great body, huge interior, sporty feel.
Cons: Manufacturer parts go bad after 8 years. Loose steering. High Insurance.
May 19, 2001
Great new, now a used car bargain
Pros: Fast, very reliable, great fuel economy, roomy, excellent controls
Cons: no fold-down rear seat, no outside air temperature indicator
Mar 22, 2002
Great All Around Performer
Pros: Styling, Performance & Dependability
May 7, 2002
Maxima: Toyota/Honda killer
Pros: Fast, Furious, Comfortable, Smooth, Reliable, Quiet, Roomy
Cons: Too tall for a sports car ;) swerves a bit when cornered hard
Jul 12, 2001
Maxima is a no lose choice
Pros: 190 HP smooth acceleration feels and looks expensive inside and out superior handling
Cons: me-too exterior styling; unfortunate rear-end; standard transmission hard to find
Aug 3, 2004
The Giving Car
Pros: Safety, a smooth ride, is in it for the long haul
Cons: No place for your coffee cup, check engine light bothersome, gas expensive
Jun 21, 2000
Take it to the Max! (UPDATED 8/19/05)
Pros: Excellent power, plenty of room, great resale and very dependable.
Cons: Slightly higher priced than it's american sedan counterparts.