i bought my gxe at 118k, and it still
runs great. it is fast off the line,
and comfortable at highway speeds.
had to replace cv joints, front
brakes, and timing belt at 123k. the
engine gets rather loud sometimes, but
hey thats what the bose stereo is for
right? this is a great starter car
for any teenager out there because its
fast and reliable.
powerful v-6 and nice factory bose
definatly a cup holder and more
reliable power windows
soon as hit 100K, normal time belt,
water pump, cv boots needed replaced.
at about 106K rear breaks and
speedometer chip replaced (pretty
expensive).but, about to sell--didn't
expect so many problems. still a great
car w/ excellent pick up (good for
expressway/highway travel). a bit too
light. overall A+
small enough but big enough build,
sheek look, cozy interior, side mirrors
flip toward window,excellent shocks,few
problems until it hits 100K & when you
do fix them you have a good 100K more
cup holders a must, more leg room for
back seat, hooded shakes on expressway
Ive had this maxima for about 8 months
and ive put about ten thousand miles on
it, it has been a pretty reliable car
and rides smooth even when going a 120
on the highway it felt as tho i was
only doing about 80, i have taken this
thing through some construction sites
with my friends and the shocks have
worked great not that it is intended
for off road but I thought id try it
I like the speakers and the interior it
is pretty comfortable for long rides
but the leather is starting to crack
needs cup holder big time and my clock
keeps fading in and out but other than
that its a great car
What a great car! Mine's got over 130k and it still drives like new. Solid feeling, no rattles, comfortable and a sturdy motor. This car has lots of leg and head room for taller folks. (It's the first vehicle I've owned that I didn't need the seat all the way back.) Quiet and comfy on the highway. I can see this vehicle going at least another 100k miles.
Smooth, refined and solid motor. Reliable. Excellent fit and finish. Comfortable seats. Doesn't look like a 15 year old car. Keyless entry. Rust- free body.
No cup holders. Lacking interior storage. Suspension a bit soft. Bose stereo quits working. Location of some of the switches is poor. Automatic seat belts are a pain.
what hout for broken exhuast manifold
bolts. I read they always break and to
fix this minor issue is like $300
bucks..Also, automatics like to act up
when shifting and may require a new
electronic shift sensor ($175)...Besides
that, these car run the distance.
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