Used 2010 Nissan Maxima S for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Nissan Maxima
I downsized from an Armada to the Maxima to get better gas mileage and am so happy that I did. This car handles excellent and is a very smooth and sporty ride. The gas and the brakes are very sensitive so that takes some getting used to, as well as being lower to the ground than an SUV. The trunk space is huge! The inside of the car has ample room as well as in the backseat. I got my Maxima loaded with all the bells and whistles; I definitely enjoy my heated steering wheel, satelite radio and navigation! The USB port is definitely a plus as I can hook up my Ipod and it transmits all the info and songs right onto the screen, very convenient! Overall I am VERY pleased with this purchase!!
Maxima, nice care for the money
size, value & look
This is my 5th Nissan. The overall look is phenomenal, and it was a perfect size to compliment our Murano (2 Muranos wouldn't fit in the driveway). I have no complaints with the handling -- though it is a little rougher than the Murano -- but the blindspots are a real issue as with the Murano. I realized too late the back headrests are not removable, so that creates even more blindspots I thought I could avoid. Honestly, my biggest frustration is a small thing I never would have thought to look at when purchasing -- the middle console/center glove box/gear shift area. There's space for two cups and THAT's IT! My last Nissan I could put my bagel, two drinks, my wallet, phone, etc. and an extra item with no problem, and the center glove box had a top shelf and a small cave for all the necessities. The Rogue has only a giant cave of a center glove box where everything gets lost, and there's only the passenger's seat to put wallets, food, etc. I don't even have room for napkins! It's a small issue with a nice car, but you'd be surprised how frustrating it can be.
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