1992 Nissan Maxima SE 3.0 DOHC from North America
A sporty sedan of questionable reliability which is very expensive to repair.
The car immediately began stalling. The dealership service station says it needs new ignition coils at a cost of $650.00.
The brakes are squeaking and the dealership says, "They're fine, they do that."
Lower front ball joint needs immediate repair at a cost of $300.00.
Tape deck stopped working the second day I had it.
Power locks and trunk release stick when it's cold.
Dealer claims the transmission is beginning to slip. This could cost $2000!
The engine is powerful, even with a possibly failing transmission.
Nice interior design. All the controls are well placed.
Handles well for such a large sedan.
Love the moon roof design and controls.
Bose speakers sound amazing since I replaced the stereo.
Nice looking car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 21st March, 2003