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Old 05-15-2019, 09:47 AM
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93 Maxima Pricing Question

Thinking of selling my 93 Maxima. 81K Miles, automatic transmission, 6 cylinder, garaged entire life, very good condition inside and out. I'm told this is a sort of sought after car, lol. Any suggestions as to a fair asking price? Many thanks in advance.
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Old 05-17-2019, 03:01 PM
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you didn't specify if it's a GXE or SE model btw for that low mileage that's pretty darn rare and good for it, SE model usually fetch for more than the GXE model.
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Thank you FanaticMadMax for your reply

I could not find anything regarding GXE or SE, not on car or in manual. What I can tell you, if it helps at all, is that it has a VG30E Engine, and states; "4DSC; 4 Door Sports Car". Many thanks for your help. Its also a one owner car until I got it a year ago.

Thanks again for any info you can supply. Bob
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Itís a GXE. SEís came with VEís. Not certain on pricing these days.
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I looked on Kelly Blue Book (kbb.com) and got a value of $1500 to $1900 if you are selling to a private party. If you want to trade it in, the value is about half.
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Thank you. I was under the impression it might be worth more as it supposedly, I am told, it is a borderline, desired car by some to own. Thanks again. Bob
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Only to someone who knows what it is and wants to pay what you would want
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Old 05-21-2019, 09:47 AM
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My brother lives near Clifton Park...Lemme know if you decide to sell....We have friends in Clifton Park...thank you...
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My 92 SE

I am the original owner of a white 1992 Maxima SE 5 sp. manual transmission. I live in Canada and can tell you all SE models 1989-1994 came fully loaded with leather and climate control as standard equipment. The only option was Automatic transmission and BOSE stereo. My car was and still is winter stored. I had the VTC rebuilt and have purchased as many parts for back up as they are practically impossible to find. The car has 265,000 Km (164,000 miles) on it, mainly all is highway driven. Still has the full original muffler and full pipes. I can tell you it is a head turner as people have not seen those cars on the road in decades and when I drive it to the dealership for inspection or oil change...the scene is a page out of a movie. Cell phones snapping pictures from mechanics.. service managers...etc. On the roads and highways, I get thumbs up all the time. I am not writing this to brag, but rather to get an idea also as to what I can sell it for if I decide to find it a good home. It is my baby.. I love the car and stare at it all the time. It has a bit of rust on the trunk lid below the deck spoiler, as well as slight rust bubbles on the rear lip, but that is it!. The next project is to fix all this and give it a brand new white paint job.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Originally Posted by Fredab62 View Post
I am the original owner of a white 1992 Maxima SE 5 sp. manual transmission. I live in Canada and can tell you all SE models 1989-1994 came fully loaded with leather and climate control as standard equipment. The only option was Automatic transmission and BOSE stereo. My car was and still is winter stored. I had the VTC rebuilt and have purchased as many parts for back up as they are practically impossible to find. The car has 265,000 Km (164,000 miles) on it, mainly all is highway driven. Still has the full original muffler and full pipes. I can tell you it is a head turner as people have not seen those cars on the road in decades and when I drive it to the dealership for inspection or oil change...the scene is a page out of a movie. Cell phones snapping pictures from mechanics.. service managers...etc. On the roads and highways, I get thumbs up all the time. I am not writing this to brag, but rather to get an idea also as to what I can sell it for if I decide to find it a good home. It is my baby.. I love the car and stare at it all the time. It has a bit of rust on the trunk lid below the deck spoiler, as well as slight rust bubbles on the rear lip, but that is it!. The next project is to fix all this and give it a brand new white paint job.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

Fred
im more impressed at 1 post in 17 years of being on this site lol

honestly just keep it, a clean SE the maximum youre going to get is maybe $3500, find a collector/right person and you might get $5k max on a good day.
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Originally Posted by Fredab62 View Post
I am the original owner of a white 1992 Maxima SE 5 sp. manual transmission. I live in Canada and can tell you all SE models 1989-1994 came fully loaded with leather and climate control as standard equipment. The only option was Automatic transmission and BOSE stereo. My car was and still is winter stored. I had the VTC rebuilt and have purchased as many parts for back up as they are practically impossible to find. The car has 265,000 Km (164,000 miles) on it, mainly all is highway driven. Still has the full original muffler and full pipes. I can tell you it is a head turner as people have not seen those cars on the road in decades and when I drive it to the dealership for inspection or oil change...the scene is a page out of a movie. Cell phones snapping pictures from mechanics.. service managers...etc. On the roads and highways, I get thumbs up all the time. I am not writing this to brag, but rather to get an idea also as to what I can sell it for if I decide to find it a good home. It is my baby.. I love the car and stare at it all the time. It has a bit of rust on the trunk lid below the deck spoiler, as well as slight rust bubbles on the rear lip, but that is it!. The next project is to fix all this and give it a brand new white paint job.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

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you don't need anymore 3rd gens!!!!
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