2000 Nissan Maxima Consumer Review: Zippy and agile

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Zippy and agile
By California_Poppy on


2000 Nissan Maxima SE 4dr Sedan


I drove a manual 1991 Maxima that got totaled after 219,000 miles, so I bought the manual 2000 right after. It's zippy, agile, smooth, and quiet. My commute is an hour a day, so I'm happy to have a comfortable and reliable car. I get about 300-330 miles per tank. I bought my car in 2007 from a guy who took very good care of it. But in the past three years, I've had to replace the front wheel axle boot, the clutch hydraulic line, and the clutch itself. After ten years, the last didn't surprise me. The O2 sensor gives false readings and has had to be re-set. A friend of mine says to expect to pay about $100 in repairs for each year the car is old, and so far, that's right on target

Best Features

Zippy! Agile, smooth, comfortable, above-average stereo, quiet.

Worst Features

O2 sensor, front axle boot problem, maybe the clutch.
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