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16-21 144 8.73%
22-27 381 23.10%
28-33 410 24.86%
34-39 264 16.01%
40-46 178 10.79%
47-52 117 7.10%
53-58 81 4.91%
59-64 36 2.18%
65-70 24 1.46%
71 & up 14 0.85%
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What is the average age of the 7th Gen owner? Is it yours?

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Old 04-23-2010, 11:12 PM   #41
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Don't have a 7th gen myself, but I have two friends with 2010 Maximas who are not on the forum, so I thought I'd let you know for your stats, they're 55 and 59!
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wow im the youngest.... 17 fully loaded maxima step up from a loaded 1998 Grand Cherokee
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Old 04-24-2010, 08:23 PM   #43
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wow im the youngest.... 17 fully loaded maxima step up from a loaded 1998 Grand Cherokee
Daddy must have thought you were a really good boy this year. Did you get straight A's in your home room class this semester or something? ( dont take me the wrong way I am just really jealous is all... Congrats on the new car!)
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Old 04-24-2010, 08:56 PM   #44
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wow im the youngest.... 17 fully loaded maxima step up from a loaded 1998 Grand Cherokee

Wow! 17,step up,98 Grand Cherokee loaded. You are not only the youngest but the most fortunate 17 year old. When I was your age I had a 82 Toyota Corolla manual everything. The only option it has was push start which was a down hill in 2nd gear. What ever you are doing keep doing it and plane for your future.

The last line was just my age on the left shoulder talking.

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Old 04-24-2010, 10:30 PM   #45
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lmao, thanks thanks its mainly for college and my first car was about to fall apart.I know i seem spoiled but i do my share of work.
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Old 04-25-2010, 02:43 PM   #46
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This is my 5th car. 2nd new car. I'm 25. It was hard to find a good car, loaded up with all the toys that I wanted for a decent lease price.
It was between the Acura TL and the Maxima. Love my baby!
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:36 PM   #47
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I'm 28 and this is my third primary car.

1st was a 1990 Honda Accord. My dad drives it now and it runs good.

2nd was a 2002 Nissan Maxima. First car that I made payments to, but the car was under my mom's name for lower car insurance payments. Has major interior rear damage, so my mom has to make arrangements to consider this car a savage.

Currently, I drive a 2010 Maxi, Dark Slate with Sport and Monitor Packages. First car that's leased under my name. I love driving it and it really stands out of the crowd. In the Bay Area, 7th Gen Maxima that sport the '19 rims are a rare sight.

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Old 04-30-2010, 08:16 PM   #48
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Bought my 09 in 08 at the tender young age of 44.
Own and still own an 03 Max bought at 38
Own and still own an 00 Max bought at 34
Own and still own an 06 Altima
Owned an 96 Altima
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:23 PM   #49
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Old 05-03-2010, 11:24 PM   #50
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I'm 18 - just got the maxima a few months ago after driving a denali for 2 years
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Old 05-04-2010, 03:46 PM   #51
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Im 28

Came from a 2006 Toyota 4Runner Limited and before that a 2001 Lexus GS430

This is my first Maxima and I love it!

2009 Max SV with Sport and Tech Package. Black on Black.
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Old 05-04-2010, 04:41 PM   #52
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#1 - '49 4 door beautiful black/black Studebaker.
#2 - '53 sand-colored Chevy 210 (essentially a stripped Bel Air).
#3 - '55 'firegold and white mist' (GM's nomenclature) 4dr Pontiac Star Chief.
#4 - '57 beautiful aqua 4dr Chevy Bel Air.
#5 - '61 medium blue 4dr Pontiac Bonneville.
#6 - '64 silver 4dr Pontiac Bonneville.
#7 - '66 silver 4dr Oldsmobile Delta 88.
#8 - '70 silver (black hardtop) 4dr Oldsmobile Cutlass.
#9 - '74 silver 4dr Oldsmobile 88.
#10 - '78 Silver Datsun 200SX.
#11 - '85 Silver 4dr Maxima GL.
#12 - '85 Silver 4dr Maxima SE.

I replaced cars fairly often back then, because I was buying used cars (not rich in those days), and because I was a high-mileage driver back then.

I have owned nothing but five more Maximas since I bought my two 1985s, usually the first year of each generation, all silver except for a light dusty blue 2000SE and my white 2009 SV/premium.

Of course I bought a red '67 Camaro convertible and a '69 blue Camaro hardtop for my son, a Mazda RX-7 with rotary engine for my daughter, and several other long-since forgotten vehicles they 'absolutely had to have.' Now my daughter drives a Camry and my son drives a TL. Yes, I failed as a father.
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Old 05-06-2010, 03:35 PM   #53
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I'm 18 - just got the maxima a few months ago after driving a denali for 2 years

nice! so u got a Denali for your 16th bday?
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nice! so u got a Denali for your 16th bday?
And you didn't?
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nice! so u got a Denali for your 16th bday?
For my 16th birthday, I got a new pair of work gloves and a new post-hole digger (I had broken the old one), because we had several fences that needed rebuilding. I remember this well because we lived out in the sticks (9 miles from the nearest town), and I had hoped mightly for something (anything) with a motor and wheels. Even a weak motorscooter would have been a heavenly dream!

I remember the 1930s, when most families around where we lived (way out in the country) had horses and buggies, but not a car (many had no electricity or indoor plumbing or a phone). Sounds rough, but no tap water could ever taste as good as the sparkling icy cold water that came running through our sping house off Big Yellow Mountain. The comfy featherbeds of those days had to be experienced to be believed. And sitting around the roaring fireplace on a cold evening, with grandad telling of life in the 1870s and 1880s, was an experience I will never forget.

Sometimes, when cruising along the roads in the area where I grew up, I try to imagine what all those friends and neighbors would have thought if one of today's Maximas had driven up to the old farmhouse back in the late 1930s. I don't think they would quite have believed what they were seeing.
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Are you guys brothers @mreim & 5ltr. beater
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For my 16th birthday, I got a new pair of work gloves and a new post-hole digger (I had broken the old one), because we had several fences that needed rebuilding. I remember this well because we lived out in the sticks (9 miles from the nearest town), and I had hoped mightly for something (anything) with a motor and wheels. Even a weak motorscooter would have been a heavenly dream!

I remember the 1930s, when most families around where we lived (way out in the country) had horses and buggies, but not a car (many had no electricity or indoor plumbing or a phone). Sounds rough, but no tap water could ever taste as good as the sparkling icy cold water that came running through our sping house off Big Yellow Mountain. The comfy featherbeds of those days had to be experienced to be believed. And sitting around the roaring fireplace on a cold evening, with grandad telling of life in the 1870s and 1880s, was an experience I will never forget.

Sometimes, when cruising along the roads in the area where I grew up, I try to imagine what all those friends and neighbors would have thought if one of today's Maximas had driven up to the old farmhouse back in the late 1930s. I don't think they would quite have believed what they were seeing.
It really is amazing how much technology has snowballed in a single persons lifetime. I can't imagine how it is for people who are in their late 90's who have experienced these fast changes first hand. Things have changed so drastically in the short time of a lifetime. I'm sure from a first hand view looking back it doesn't seem much longer than yesterday and to see all that has been accomplished or how diff this world has changed for better and worse for that matter. You can't help but wonder what is to come in the next 100 years as far as technology or what kinda world we will have to live in at the same time. It seems as if those two go hand and hand which is a shame. Technology and self morals.... If only we could go foward with one and in reverse on the other....
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Are you guys brothers @mreim & 5ltr. beater
I doubt it.

Locations are Ca and Canada...
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:36 AM   #60
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Do you still own the 09 Camry or was the runaway cars enough for you to switch auto makers? You have a pattern going though. Two GMCs, two Toyotas... Is your next purchase going to be a Nissan as well?
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I doubt it.

Locations are Ca and Canada...
Yeah flip.. I was just reaching.

How is it going with the 3G Iphone in your car? Apple should have a new OS out by the summer, Not sure if this would either worsen it or make it better. I am hoping for the latter.
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Do you still own the 09 Camry or was the runaway cars enough for you to switch auto makers? You have a pattern going though. Two GMCs, two Toyotas... Is your next purchase going to be a Nissan as well?
No, got rid of the Camry. I will say that I loved that car and had no intentions of parting with it, clearly evident since I went from an 07 to an 09. Although, I always regretted not getting a Max instead, since I fell in love with the new styling of it at first sight! My best friend is a part-owner at a Toyota dealership. He took a used Max in on trade and knew that I loved the look of them. Lured me into stopping by to test drive it (he hoped he could sell it to me) and after driving it, i was even more sold. Ended up purchasing a new one 2 weeks later!
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Yeah flip.. I was just reaching.

How is it going with the 3G Iphone in your car? Apple should have a new OS out by the summer, Not sure if this would either worsen it or make it better. I am hoping for the latter.
Not frequent but still happens. When I get time I am going to look into the idea that Blaze201 had in post #189 of Iphone 3G-3GS Issues-other
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No, got rid of the Camry. I will say that I loved that car and had no intentions of parting with it, clearly evident since I went from an 07 to an 09. Although, I always regretted not getting a Max instead, since I fell in love with the new styling of it at first sight! My best friend is a part-owner at a Toyota dealership. He took a used Max in on trade and knew that I loved the look of them. Lured me into stopping by to test drive it (he hoped he could sell it to me) and after driving it, i was even more sold. Ended up purchasing a new one 2 weeks later!
Well congrats on the new purchase. you have gotta love the upgrade of the throttle kill feature (no run away cars) I considered the Camry myself. I liked the overall style and interior looks but when I saw the new Maxima it was love at first sight... the rest is history....
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you have gotta love the upgrade of the throttle kill feature (no run away cars)
You do realize that giving up the ability to use a little throttle along with a little brake is not entirely a good thing. Especially with an AT, there are times where you might need to control a lurch from using a little too much throttle without making the car come to a halt too suddenly. Traffic, creeping uphill, parking nose forward toward a guard rail/wall, etc.



On a more philosophical level, I can't explain how distressing I find it that folks who are enthusiastic enough about their vehicles of choice to join an automotive forum can be so willing to let others dictate so closely how they can be driven. Almost as bad as living under the dictation of a condo or housing development association. . . . [/rant]


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You do realize that giving up the ability to use a little throttle along with a little brake is not entirely a good thing. Especially with an AT, there are times where you might need to control a lurch from using a little too much throttle without making the car come to a halt too suddenly. Traffic, creeping uphill, parking nose forward toward a guard rail/wall, etc.



On a more philosophical level, I can't explain how distressing I find it that folks who are enthusiastic enough about their vehicles of choice to join an automotive forum can be so willing to let others dictate so closely how they can be driven. Almost as bad as living under the dictation of a condo or housing development association. . . .
I am not 100% sure on this but I know there are members here who do know...

I don't think it's a total kill of the throttle with the slightest tap of the brake. I thought it all depends on how hard the brake it pressed..
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Old 05-11-2010, 04:36 AM   #67
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It would be interesting to see the outcome of this poll if it were dropped into all the generations sections to see if and how the results vary for age depending on different gens and the options they hold. I wonder if it would had the same results or be totally different.
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:49 PM   #68
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my 3rd max and '09

I have been driving a max since '98 and '09 is my third one. My previous ones were '94 and '02. You can tell I usually keep mine for about 8 yrs before I get tired of them (or I usually run them to the ground w/ about 200k miles on them). My wife still has the '02 w/100k on it. My first car was chevy and told myself never again for american made car.

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P.S. my next car will most likely will not be a max. but probably in the nissan/infiniti family.
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Old 05-13-2010, 06:46 PM   #69
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P.S. my next car will most likely will not be a max. but probably in the nissan/infiniti family.
I think I know what you mean. I had two Accords before the Max. An 99 and a 03. When the time came for a new car I did think about the accord because of it's reliability but I wanted a NEW car not a newer car for a change and that meant switching it up all together.

Is that your thinking or do you have other reasons? Are you not crazy about this Max? I would say it is a little early to tell for sure you don't want a Max as ur next car because you never know what the next Generation holds. Granted it could be just slightly different and you would want to make a change but then again it could be a HUGE switch-up like the 6th to the 7th gen and you could find yourself saying, "Wow that car is bad a$$, I can't believe it's a Max". You never know what your influences will be when the time comes. Gas could be $12 a gallon and a Vespa starts to look right up your alley. I was just curious....
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Old 05-13-2010, 07:16 PM   #70
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This is the first,second and last 2010 Maxima I will ever own.
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This is the first,second and last 2010 Maxima I will ever own.

Me too. As much as I absolutely LOVE this '09, I will stick to my 26 year pattern of buying the first year of each new Maxima generation. Hey there you beautiful 2014 Maxima - ready or not, I have you in my sights.
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Me too. As much as I absolutely LOVE this '09, I will stick to my 26 year pattern of buying the first year of each new Maxima generation. Hey there you beautiful 2014 Maxima - ready or not, I have you in my sights.
Well I meant last because they are only 2010's once and I dont plan on buying a third, but yes 2014 sounds very very nice.
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This is the first,second and last 2010 Maxima I will ever own.
It's hard to detect sarcasism through typing but ofcourse you wouldn't buy the same year. That would be retarded unless you owned a lemon. Duh...
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It's hard to detect sarcasism through typing but ofcourse you wouldn't buy the same year. That would be retarded unless you owned a lemon. Duh...

But that's just it I did.
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But that's just it I did.
Did what? Purchased the same car twice or was being sarcastic?. I would guess the later of the two.
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Did what? Purchased the same car twice or was being sarcastic?. I would guess the later of the two.
Although not the same they are both 10's and SV's.
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Although not the same they are both 10's and SV's.

That threw us! Very few here on the ORG have purchased two Maximas of the same model year.

I purchased two 1985 Maximas in fall of 1984, but one was actually for my wife. As we are now both retired and do almost everything together, we have no need for a second Maxima . On those few occasions she is going anywhere alone (usually to the gym at nearby Christian City Retirement Home) she usually takes one of the trucks. I am fine with that :<)
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I purchased two 1985 Maximas in fall of 1984
I bow to you in the Maxima dept. I was born in the fall of 1984. That's why I always listen (or read) when you speak (or write), you've been in a Max when I was knee high to a grasshopper..
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Although not the same they are both 10's and SV's.
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That threw us!
Yea, I don't know why I didn't get that earlier, funny...

So do your neighbors have a max too or did you own three once??

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Yea, I don't know why I didn't get that earlier, funny...

So do your neighbors have a max too or did you own three once??
I only have three direct neighbors and two are Toyota organ donors. The other has multiple cars but nothing other than the G35 used they bought I stand out like a Michael Knight on the beach with a leather jacket.
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