This is a follow-up to a report from a year ago. Since then I have replaced the brake pads and rotors (again), the O2 sensors (again), and the clutch hydraulic line. And again the engine light is telling me to be prepared to spend lots of money come inspection time. Well, the die has been cast and the Maxima will have a new home by then. It will NOT be replaced by another Nissan product.
See my previous post. Nissan knows what enthusiasts want in a car. They delivered with the Maxima.
See my previous post. What Nissan needs to improve the most is the damage to their reputation by going cheap on build quality. I don't know if I'll ever seriously consider Nissan again.
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