by myedmunds6 on Jan 16, 2014 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Maxima GLE 4dr Sedan
I had my 95 maxima for 4 years. Bought from a dealer at incrredible 65K miles in prestine condition.
This is my 5th datsun-nissan. Just change oil regularly at 5k.
Need to replace consumables. Other than that, no major repair needed. Spends aboout $300 for repair/maint.
On my previous 94 maxima, I drove about 300K+ odometer stopped at 230K. I drove 4 more years until the tranny gave up.
Gas mileage is about 20 mpg on city+highway mix.
by john33rr on Jan 23, 2013 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Maxima GLE 4dr Sedan
We bought this car in 1998 and it has 46,000 miles on it.
We drove it until April 2012 when it had 265,000 miles on it.
Very little maintenance on this car.
It would get 34 MPG on the Interstate and around 26 MPG local.
We sold it to a friend and it is still running.
Best car we have ever owned.
Way to go Nissan.
I would have bought another Maxima but they started putting 3.5 liter engines in them.
Bad for gas.
by badgerone5 on Aug 13, 2012 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Maxima GLE 4dr Sedan
can't understand how the frame could deteriorate so badly that it is virtually undrivable now.
For a car that is 17 years old, I expected more--even if we are in the north.
Have had the vehicle for about 2.5 years, and it has been dependable for our daughter, driving to and from college (some 400 miles away), generally requiring just regular maintenance overall.
But, the car is virtually junk now because of the frame--with only 126,500 miles on it. Very disappointed.
a check engine light comes on often (oxygen sensor?), and it has a lot of rust.
But the frame is the main issue. If purchasing vehicle used, have a pre-purchase check--especially the frame.
Wow, what a beauty. The redesigned Maxima bows with an aerodynamic shape and a lengthened wheelbase. The new Maxima is available as a budget-minded GXE, sporty SE or luxurious GLE. All Maximas get the 190-horsepower engine previously exclusive to the SE.