my 2005 maxima
My 2005 Nissan Maxima complete with a high performance racing Exhaust, and a K&N cold air intake, a Power
Acoustik tv/dvd/mp3 player powered by a planet audio 1000 watt mono block
amp with two 12 inch JL audio W3 comp subs. With a factory bose seven
speaker system. With factory Hid headlights. More to come!
Nissan Maxima Exhaust
my brothers 06 max w/ aero turbine 2540i mifflers with a custom y-pipe also
with a fajita intake with modded mass flow air sensor
2005 Nissan Maxima 6-speed manual transmission with new Topspeed Exhaust and NISMO cold air intake. Some sound
clips of the car...
Car only has 41,000 miles and is for sale with a factory 100,000 mile
bumper to bumper warranty, email Joel at email@example.com
2016 Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Test Drive Review
2016 Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Test Drive
Nissan announced that its next-generation Maxima sports sedan was the
product that made a cameo appearance at the end of its "With Dad" Super
Bowl XLIX commercial. The 2016 Nissan Maxima, the brand's flagship product
and signature "4-Door Sports Car," will make its official world debut at
the 2015 New York International Auto Show in April.
The Maxima's dramatic styling features Nissan's new design elements -
including the V-motion front end and unique "floating" roof - that first
appeared on the 2015 Nissan Murano crossover.
Nissan has now released two official images of the 2016 Maxima, and it says
to expect the full info and image dump at April’s New York auto show. The
company is also trotting out the old “four-door sports car”
slogan—which means this car now has a bar to clear. We’ll know more
about whether it can live up to the hype in a few weeks.
maxima 1/4 mile drag racing
Me @ the track racing. Last race is my friend in the pickup truck.
1st race- the max loses to a killer pickup with v8
2nd race- maxima smokes a mercedes compressor
3rd race- maxima smokes a turbocharged
4th race- dodge ram 1500 loses to dodge caliber srt
Review: 2005 Nissan Maxima
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Nissan claims that the 2005 Maxima represents the official return of the
four-door sports car, but several automakers ranging from Acura to Volvo
could lay claim to that today. This is no sports car, but it does make a
pretty good sports sedan. Roomy, comfortable, powerful and chic, styling is
more distinctive than the Altima's, with a strong European flair. With its
four-wheel independent suspension, the ride quality and handling limits are
vastly improved over Maximas of old, though it still suffers from torque
steer due to its front-drive layout. With 265 horsepower and plenty of
torque on tap, the 2005 Nissan Maxima flat out flies down the road whether
you've selected the six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.