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Nissan Maxima 4th Generation Reliability?

Old 03-08-2019, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by flames101sully View Post
not an option, car was backed into by a moving truck and totaled.
That sucks man! I'm sorry! I would be so sad if mine got wrecked. So many, many, many hours of labor and parts that would be completely wasted :P
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Old 04-02-2019, 05:37 PM
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My first 95 Max blew a head gasket at 256k I was mad it didnít hit 300k. I bought it with 135k on it.

I just bought a 99 with 85k miles sight unseen on eBay for 1300 - put 06 rims and tires on it, will probably do a new suspension. Previous owner did a ****ty 5 spd swap so now I gotta swap the ecu and put a real shifter, new clutch, got a couple oil leaks. All that said guess what, I love this car.

Youre gonna learn a lot young padawan.
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Old 04-06-2019, 08:56 PM
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Of course my 95 SE 5 speed is "young" with only 72k miles, but the only issue I've had has been a failed fuel injector. Strong, smooth, and (I at least think) still a good looking car!
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