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Pros: Too many to list.
Cons: What's not to like?My LS has all the upgrades and is a super value. I enjoy it's 'toys' & performance plus 18-20 mpg in burb driving & 25+ on the highway. (I can get 28+ if I don't push it..)
For an entry level luxary car, you cant beat it.
Pros: The wide power band availabilty
Cons: The wide rurning radius.The max SE is a driver's car. the car beggs to be driven with aparent power to spare at all times. My car is equipped with the driver and electronic package. My only complain is with the wide turning circle and the view out the back window wher reversing.
Pros: heated steering wheel / and easy pickup
Cons: tight seatbeltthis is a great car which I bought for the legfroom for my 93 year old mother, Next i will need a car which can accept a wheelchair ..I always drove sweedish steel but it has become too expensive. Nissan has filled the gap nicly
Excellent power and comfort
Best Vehicle Ever
Pros: Body desgin of car
Cons: nothingMaxima SV, sport and monitor package.is Amazing. A fast sports car with front wheel drive allows me to drive it in New England all year round. Have been very Happy and received an amazing price.
Pros: non glar outside mirrors
Cons: fuel milageMy only problem is fuel milage is not great at about 22mpg. My old car was a Pontiac Bonnivle at 28mpg. Drive very little and the gas gage drops quickley and it makes it stunning.
11 year old Maxima still going strong
Pros: comfortable, solid ride
Cons: High speed stabilityI bought my Nissan Maxima new in 1999 and it is still a quality reliable car even with 117,000 miles on it. It has held up well and I have had few problems with it over the last 11years. The paint still looks almost like new, the interior has held up remarkably well, the ride is comfortable with no squeeks or rattles and the engine still runs smoothly with plenty of power. I would recommend the Maxima to anyone who wants to listen.