2000 Nissan Maxima GLE V6 3.0 from North America
Fun to drive and great styling
Ignition coil (s) are on there way out,6 months and at 35,000 miles after buying the car the check engine light came on.
Nissan needs to have a Recall Notice sent out about this overwhelming ignition coil issue.
The dealer stocks more of these in inventory than probably any other part.
I do enjoy the car very much and believe it has a very reliable engine, but various little things that normally should not fail.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 27th March, 2007
I have a Nissa Maxima 2000. I also had to do the ignition coils at about 45,000. This should have been a recall; Nissan knew it was a big problem. They had a service bulletin out on a replacement set. I had to spend about $600 to fix the six coils and put new plugs in. Nissan Dealer wanted $1,200, I had a 1987 Nissan and never had to spend any major money in 90,000 miles. This 2000 had to have a front end suspension work. Right axle fix. Not normal wear & tear work. So it has 0-60 fast response, but needs to be fed the high price gas to keep the engine light off. I am disappointed it is not as good as the 1987.