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No one builds them like Japan
By E-Man77 on
1995 Nissan Maxima SE 4dr Sedan
I purchased this baby last month. I paid $2,000 and has spent about $1,500 on repairs. I've replaced the radiator, drive belts, valve cover gaskets, one fuel injector, two ignition coils, and all six spark plugs. All failed parts were originals. Avoid the dealership for repairs because it's extremely expensive. The car drives and handles like a charm. The body is solid and paint still shines. It has power and acceleration that throws you back in your seat. The volume control on radio doesn't work, so it gradually gets louder. A cassette tape is also stuck inside. It's a 5-speed. The original clutch was replaced two years ago. Car has 158,000 miles. Good for at least 150,000 more.
Extremely fun to drive, great power and acceleration, ageless interior and exterior design, good build quality, one of the last true imports. Car was built when Maximas were made in Japan and shipped over to the States.
To be honest, I don't have any suggested improvements for this car.