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Any updates/reveal date for 2019 A35 Maxima?

Old 10-09-2018, 10:24 AM
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Any updates/reveal date for 2019 A35 Maxima?

Just bought another 2018 Maxima and wondering when the facelift should be revealed, currently have only seen the spy photos from early this year.
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Old 11-14-2018, 04:10 AM
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Just bought another 2018 Maxima and wondering when the facelift should be revealed, currently have only seen the spy photos from early this year.
https://maxima.org/forums/8th-genera...s-more-32.html
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Old 12-01-2018, 08:32 AM
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Still looks like a Altima...… I will wait for a complete change or get a 370z
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Old 12-01-2018, 09:52 AM
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Not pleased they took away the elongated fog lights.
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Old 12-01-2018, 12:59 PM
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Not pleased they took away the elongated fog lights.
Looks horrible... I really dislike the 8th gen.. The rear end is bulky and those hard body lines and the shorter side windows look bad. I love my 7th Gen.. with a rear spoiler in Sv trim they look sporty and stylish. The best part is they do NOT look like a Altima. I see mostly women and guys in their 20'' buried in payments driving 8th Gens...lol.
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Old 12-01-2018, 01:18 PM
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Looks horrible... I really dislike the 8th gen.. The rear end is bulky and those hard body lines and the shorter side windows look bad. I love my 7th Gen.. with a rear spoiler in Sv trim they look sporty and stylish. The best part is they do NOT look like a Altima. I see mostly women and guys in their 20'' buried in payments driving 8th Gens...lol.
Opinions are relative. I had a 2012 and thought it was the best design up to that point. When the 16's came out, I thought they hit a home run. I'm in no hurry to jump out of my Maxima right now anyway.

Well, I own mine, so I'm not buried in payments and never finance. I don't do the debt thing. The nice thing is that everyone can have their own opinions and no one is really wrong. If it's good for you, that's all that matters. The 19 Altimas look good, except for that honking dash screen they fixed on top of the dash. That's a fail in my eyes. I'm keeping hopeful that the Maxima redesign will set it apart from the Altima. If not, I'll simply jump ship and find something else that jazzes me. Probably will go to the Infinity family and look there. I would like something with more HP.

Film at 11:00....

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Please continue your discussion in the 8th gen forum sticky, here:
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