Overall, I have been very happy with my
Maxima. In recent times, however, it has
been a disapointment. Once it reached
160000 miles, everything seemed
programmed to break. In a two month
period of time, I have had to replace
the calipers, rotors, struts, strut
mounts, coil springs, battery, tires,
front and rear axles and catalytic
converter. The only thing that remains
unfixed is the engine and the
transmission. Before this time, I was
generally fine with replacing worn out
struts every 15K miles, but now at 165K
the brakes and struts are going again.
The engine, without a doubt, and the
8-way power driver's seat.
Find a way to make the car stop eating
struts and make shifting past 40mph much
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