Nice Car. If I had to do it again, I
would opt for the Infiniti I30 and get
the add'l perks at the dealership and
more comfort. This Maxima however, has
proven to be a reliable car. With all
the freeway miles on it, I expect this
car to last to at least 150K without
If you're considering buying a used
car, you can't go wrong but look into a
comparably priced I30. You may get
more bang for your buck.
Nissan should've gone for a better
suspension to reduce noise and
vibration. I understand that newer
models post 2000 have improved.