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2003 Nissan Maxima Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
I bought an 03 program car. The engine
is perfect i never thought nissan could
make such a perfect engine with power
and torque it's great. But where is the
thought on the rest of the car the
interior needs help short people cannot
use the arm rest up or down... The
audio system is poor. The road noise is
terrible and the se suspension is too
rough i enjoy a great handling car and
i like to feel the road but i don't
like getting beat to death. Take a
lesson from acura or bmw their sport
pkgs are much much smoother yet
handling is crisp. Plus rattles in the
doors not sure i have ever had a rattle
in japanese car until this one...
255 h.p. v6 it's the best v6 in the
industry. Xenons standard great idea, 1
touch up pwr windows nice touch.
Homelink also standard that is a true
technology feature i love. Outside temp
is cool too.
Work on the suspension no one likes a
good handling car better than me but it
needs to be smooth too it can be done.
Arm rest needs work were all not 6'
tall. Trip computer is innacurate.
Rattles too many to mention come on
nissan you can do better than this.
2003 Nissan Maxima Sedan GLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
I love this car!
It's great fun to drive, very
comfortable. Looks fantastic in Sheer
Silver!! More than one person thought
it was a Mercedes, including a friend
who has one.
It's a blast smoking away those hoity
toity Benz and Beemer suckers.
Had a 99 Maxima, 03 is totally
The engine. 6 CD in the dash. Comfy
seats. Eats up the miles like an
Drove from Boston to Orlando; trip
computer averaged 30.1 MPG and 58.6
Quiet, fast, luxurious, oh and a great
Needs lighted controls on steering
Switch the order of the auto lighting
system. Put 'auto' on after parking
'Memory' seat has trouble remembering
the seatback angle. Also passenger
power window unit broke after one week.
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