1992 Nissan Maxima GXE V6 from North America
I intend to make this a classic antique
Normal wear and tear, brakes, timing belt, tires, windshield wipers, and batteries.
This car has the original muffler and shows no signs of wear.
The engine is quiet and does not burn any oil. I have used synthetic oil since I bought the car, changing every 3-4 thousand miles.
It's the best car I have ever owned.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th February, 2002
18th Jan 2005, 14:27
How exactly do you determine when your Nissan Maxima will become an antique? The reason I ask is because I am not sure how to determine when my Nissan Maxima will become an antique.
18th Jan 2005, 14:50
Was just wondering how you planned to "make" your car a "classic antique"?
Cars are usually not considered "antique" until they are at least 40-50 years old. Yours, at 13 years, is somewhat short of that.
Do you have some way to travel into the future and take the Nissan with you? Is your name Dr. Emmett L. Brown?
And even if you did, a Nissan Maxima is hardly a prime candidate for "classic antique" status lol.
23rd Feb 2005, 06:35
I do not understand you think a basic Japanese 4 door sedan or for that matter 99% of Japanese cars is going to become a classic? Just not going to happen. Have pride, buy American.