8th Generation Maxima (2016-) Let's see what Nissan has to offer on the 8th generation Maxima

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Old 01-29-2019, 04:26 AM
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Happy trails...

I traded Mad Max last night. I had decided my next car would be a coupe, and the 370 is just too old. 2009 design with a very old looking interior.

I purchased a BMW 230i and am very happy so far. I did lots of research beforehand.

Enjoy your Maximas and take care everyone.
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Mason Hatcher View Post
I traded Mad Max last night. I had decided my next car would be a coupe, and the 370 is just too old. 2009 design with a very old looking interior.

I purchased a BMW 230i and am very happy so far. I did lots of research beforehand.

Enjoy your Maximas and take care everyone.
It's been nice sharing automotive tech with you Mason. Hope your bimmer gives you the good vibes you need and treats you well. Take care.
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Old 01-29-2019, 11:24 AM
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It's been nice sharing automotive tech with you Mason. Hope your bimmer gives you the good vibes you need and treats you well. (When the warranty is up)[/SPOILER]Take care.
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Hey Wildwilly, how did you edit my post?
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Old 01-29-2019, 12:56 PM
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Well mason,

I for one have appreciated your input to this discussion group. The BMW is a whole different beast so let us know how it works day to day.

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Don't be Jelly
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Old 01-29-2019, 03:25 PM
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Can't say those have very much appeal to me, but to each his own... Enjoy your new ride!


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Don't be Jelly
Very Jelly!! Love them....Love to have one.....But if you ever owned one out of warranty.....It can be a rough road.....BMW repairs are crazy....everything is a special tool and you got to take so much out to get to anything. ......
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Mason Hatcher View Post
I traded Mad Max last night. I had decided my next car would be a coupe, and the 370 is just too old. 2009 design with a very old looking interior.

I purchased a BMW 230i and am very happy so far. I did lots of research beforehand.

Enjoy your Maximas and take care everyone.
kind of sad when I traded in mine last week but oh well! Something new!! Enjoy your new ride man!
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Congratulations, that is a nice ride.

However, if I went the coupe route it would have to be a...

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Old 01-30-2019, 05:48 PM
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Congratulations, that is a nice ride.

However, if I went the coupe route it would have to be a...

now that, I like!

The Camaro gets honorable mentions too, but they got to fix their transmission issues first




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