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Mid-90s Maxima still up to scratch?

Asked by Vincent Peile

Is a 1995-99 Nissan Maxima a good buy with low kms? Some reviewers say "it is a great alternative to any new car today" and the 2000-03 model has been described as pure gold. Be nice if they were.

Answered by CarsGuide

29 Jun 2015 Paul Gover

Any car from the 1990s is really old and outdated, on safety, equipment and the risk of a mechanical failure. You would be far better served by coming as far as you can afford into the 2000s.

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