What I like best about this car is that
all models (GXE, GLE and SE) were
treated equally, at least engine wise,
which is where it matters. It has a
very powerful 235hp V6 engine for all
models, and it's wonderful to feel that
red line to the top. It handles
wonderful too, it has a sporty look on
the front, so if someone ahead of you
sees you from their rearview mirror they
see the muscle car front of your car.
But once you pass them all they see is a
more classy kind of look of your car. I
purchased this car 'cause being a 30th
anniversary car I knew the workers at
nissan would do a better job, and they
certainly did, not a single problem
since I bought it.
A muscle car, too bad you need to drive
with the windows rolled down to hear the
engine since the sound insulation is
sooo good. But oh well, I live in
texas, i can do that. I have the GXE
model, paid less, but still have the
same engine under the hood as the more
pricier SE model.
None after seeing the 2004 Maxima, I
need to get me that one!!!
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