1991 Nissan Maxima

1991 Nissan Maxima

About Nissan Maxima The 2017 Maxima is Nissan’s flagship sedan, just one year into an all-new generation that brought drastically different styling inside and out. Nissan calls the Maxima a “4-Door Sports Car,” but we think of it as an even more interesting proposition. Yes, with its standard 300-horsepower V6 and taut chassis, the Maxima is quick and nimble. But its long list of standard features and premium amenities makes this Nissan feel more like an upscale vehicle. As a whole, the 2017 Nissan Maxima boasts enjoyable road manners, head-turning looks and high value. But it’s conflicted in interior space, with less rear-seat legroom than the Chevrolet Impala, Toyota Avalon and its own sibling the Nissan Altima. Its front-drive layout, meanwhile, won’t appeal to sports-sedan purists. View Nissan Maxima vehicles for sale near you.
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1991 Nissan Maxima

The Nissan Maxima is a full-size car (previously mid-size) manufactured by Nissan and sold primarily in North America, the Middle East, and China. Making its sales debut in 1981 for the 1982 model year as the Datsun Maxima, it replaced the earlier Datsun 810. The name “Maxima” dates back to 1980 for the 1981 model year when the upscale 810 sold as the “810 Maxima” in North America. Like the 810, early versions of the Maxima had their origins in the Datsun/Nissan Bluebird. The Datsun brand was phased out in favor of Nissan in 1983 for the 1984 model year, thus becoming the Nissan Maxima.
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1991 Nissan Maxima

1991 Nissan Maxima Overview The 1991 Nissan Maxima saw very few changes for the model year, which were limited to cosmetic enhancements like redesigned side mirrors and a new color of interior cloth. The 1991 Nissan Maxima came in two trims: the GXE and the sportier SE. The SE was available with a five-speed manual or automatic transmission, and the GXE was available only with the four-speed manual.Both shared a 3.0-liter, 160-horsepower V6. The fuel economy is about 19/26 mpg.Drivers like their 1991 Maximas for a number of reasons, including the comfortable, well-appointed interior; the powerful engine, and the car’s solid reputation for reliability. Some drivers find the sound system to be subpar. Updated Dec 31, 2006
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The 2017 Maxima is Nissan’s flagship sedan, just one year into an all-new generation that brought drastically different styling inside and out. Nissan calls the Maxima a “4-Door Sports Car,” but we think of it as an even more interesting proposition. Yes, with its standard 300-horsepower V6 and taut chassis, the Maxima is quick and nimble. But its long list of standard features and premium amenities makes this Nissan feel more like an upscale vehicle. As a whole, the 2017 Nissan Maxima boasts enjoyable road manners, head-turning looks and high value. But it’s conflicted in interior space, with less rear-seat legroom than the Chevrolet Impala, Toyota Avalon and its own sibling the Nissan Altima. Its front-drive layout, meanwhile, won’t appeal to sports-sedan purists.
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Nissan Australia began importing the J30 series for a May 1990 release to replace the locally assembled Nissan Skyline (R31) sedan and station wagon. Powertrain comprised the 3.0-liter VG30E V6 rated at 122 kW (164 hp) and a four-speed automatic. Nissan made the Maxima available in two equipment grades, the M and Ti. The M featured air conditioning, alloy wheels, central locking, cruise control, power steering, and power windows. The Ti added a rear spoiler, climate control air conditioning, anti-lock brakes, electric seats and a PIN touch-pad locking system. The M-based LE of late 1991 featured a CD player and sunroof. There was also a leather/sunroof pack optional on Ti. Nissan Australia released a facelift in January 1993 that included a new grille insert, revised tail lamps, wheels and cabin trim. A driver airbag was now fitted to the Ti, and made optional on the new Executive trim that replaced M. The J30 in Australia was replaced in February 1995 by a new Maxima based on the Nissan Cefiro (A32).
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The first car to wear the Maxima name, the second generation Datsun 810, was introduced in 1980 for the 1981 model year. It was essentially a Japanese-market Datsun Bluebird with a 3.9 in (99 mm) longer nose to accommodate the inline-six engine. This model replaced the Datsun 810 (first generation). The second generation Datsun 810 was not sold in Japan, only in North America as the more basic Datsun 810 Deluxe and the fully equipped 810 Maxima. Both were available with either sedan or wagon bodywork. In 1981 for the 1982 model year, all 810s were rebranded as Datsun Maxima. In 1983 for model year 1984, the last year of the first generation Maxima, North American Datsuns began carrying the “Nissan” badge as well. Only 1984 model year Nissans have both “Nissan” and “Datsun” badges on the back of the car, although earlier models had a “Datsun” badge with a tiny “by Nissan” section underneath.
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2016 Nissan Maxima 2016 Nissan Maxima What’s new for 2016? Select 2016 See photos The 2016 Nissan Maxima is all-new this year. As Nissan’s flagship sedan, it offers a lot of premium features even in base models, and such advanced options as predictive forward-collision mitigation, which “looks” two cars ahead for signs of impending trouble.
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The 1991 Nissan Maxima saw very few changes for the model year, which were limited to cosmetic enhancements like redesigned side mirrors and a new color of interior cloth. The 1991 Nissan Maxima came in two trims: the GXE and the sportier SE. The SE was available with a five-speed manual or automatic transmission, and the GXE was available only with the four-speed manual.Both shared a 3.0-liter, 160-horsepower V6. The fuel economy is about 19/26 mpg.Drivers like their 1991 Maximas for a number of reasons, including the comfortable, well-appointed interior; the powerful engine, and the car’s solid reputation for reliability. Some drivers find the sound system to be subpar.
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The Maxima was redesigned in 1988 for the 1989 model year as the J30 series (not to be confused with the unrelated Infiniti J30) model. Bigger dimensions made it the second Japanese sedan sold in North America to qualify as a “mid-size” (after the Mazda 929). Nissan marketed this generation Maxima in North America a four-door sports car and even gave it a “4DSC” window decal showing this, and this generation was briefly sold in Japan, replacing the Nissan Leopard sedan at Nissan Bluebird Store locations. A refresh occurred in August 1991 for the 1992 model year (from July 1991 production), adding a driver’s side SRS airbag and the facelifted version was no longer offered in Japan.
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By Roushfan5 on Mar/14/10 11:52 AM (UTC) Vehicle 1991 Nissan Maxima Reliability Comfort Exterior Design Performance Interior Two 1991 Nissan Maximas-both winners We have owned two 1991 Nissan Maximas, one was a 5 speed other then that the exact same car down to the color. I am reviewing the automatic one because I never got to drive the 5 speed one my father bought with 100,000 already on the odometer. We got it to 220,000 before my sister traded it in, and only then was the engine starting to show signs of wear-burning oil. Now we own an automatic, we have no idea of the actual mileage because the odometer doesn’t count the miles to well, but at least 150,000est. The car is SOILD. I can not tell you how well this car performs. Of course it makes creeks and noises. But the car is 19 years old and still so awesome to drive. Plan to restore it ASAP.
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2012 Nissan Maxima 2012 Nissan Maxima What’s new for 2012? Select 2012 See photos Nissan gives the 2012 Maxima Sport Sedan a mild makeover, with new front and rear fascias, new wheel designs and some interior trim and lighting enhancements. Also new for 2012 is the Limited Edition Package, which features such highlights as smoked front headlight lenses, 18-inch Dark Hyper Silver alloy wheels and dark metallic trim.
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It comes equipped with a revised version of the VQ35DE engine producing 290 hp (216 kW) and 261 lb·ft (354 N·m) of torque. A revised version of Nissan’s Xtronic CVT (Continuously variable transmission) with paddle shifting is the only transmission offered, with no manual or regular automatic available. A diesel version was expected to be released for the 2010 model year, although those plans were not realized. The new Maxima is offered in S and SV trims with several premium and technology packages available. The current Maxima’s design trades height and length for a sleeker styling, although the width has been increased slightly. The keyless ignition uses a push button to start and stop the engine. In the U.S., the seventh generation Maxima went on sale in late June 2008. The SkyView center glass was replaced by a retractable panoramic moonroof for A35 series Maxima.
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By Nathan on Jan/02/09 06:34 AM (UTC) Vehicle 1991 Nissan Maxima Reliability Comfort Exterior Design Performance Interior Wonderful car I bought my Maxima from my dad. He bought it from my grandfather who bought it new in 91. It has been the best car I’ve ever owned. Fun to drive, completely reliable, and great on fuel. This car has one of the nicest clutches I’ve ever used. Smooth as silk. I like it even better than the new Lexus IS I recently drove. Fuel economy is awesome for a V6. I got 31 mpg once on a trip (all highway). I bought it with 121K on it, and now it has 181K. Other than a leaky gas line, all repairs have been routine and preventative. This car was the best $2,500 I ever spent. When I do finally buy a new car, it will probably be a newer Maxima.

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