2001 Nissan Maxima SE 3.0L from North America
Well built-sports sedan
Nothing at all.
I recently bought a 2001 Maxima after searching around for a good sized V6. I chose the Maxima because of its roomy interior and well-built engine. I also test-drove a Mazda Millenia S, and a V6 Honda Accord. I went with the Maxima because it has more standard HP, and it handles beautifully.
My model Maxima is equipped with leather seats, Bose audio, and 17 inch wheels. I have never felt uncomfortable, nor have I ever felt my car slip, as the wheels grip the ground very well. And the Bose audio is simply heaven to a music lover like myself.
The only possible problem that I have heard about the Maxima, is that the transmission is a little suspect. I myself have never known a person to have any problems, and my friend has owned one for years and never had a problem with his.
I recommend this car to anyone who is looking for a well-made V6 sporty sedan, which also performs like a larger engined car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 5th January, 2004
4th Aug 2005, 10:24
Referring to the last comment, if you're going to the dealer to get your car fixed there's your first problem. Dealers are in the business to make money. ESPECIALLY the service departments. The more they can get you to bring your car back the more they stand to make so a quality fix the first time is not the norm.