My 1990 Maxima has 222,000 miles.
I've replaced tires and window
regulators and currently the key is
stuck in the ignition, but that only
aides me in driving it sooner once I
get in. I had 2 heads replaced in
1995 because I drove it without any
antifreeze. Since then I'd swear that
I get 30mpg on the highway.
She's old, dinged and dented, but
she's as solid as the day I bought her
and I look forward to a new one.
More than enough get-up and go. I
still think it looks sharp driving in
my neighborhood when my wife has the
Make the new Maxima's as hearty as
these so today's owners feel this way
in 12 years.
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