First Drive! 2015 VW Golf SportWagen. The Un-Crossover
The Golf SportWagen is the ONLY compact wagon sold in America today.
Available in both gasoline and turboDiesel, it the un-Crossover. Ron Doron
experiences the SportWagen first hand and reports on the driving dynamics
and functionality of this fun, sporty utility vehicle.
First Drive: 2009 Nissan Maxima from MyRide
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The 2009 Nissan Maxima is billed as a return to the car's roots as the
Four-Door Sports Car. With a more powerful engine, smaller dimensions and a
sport-tuned suspension, the Maxima is designed to appeal to those who want
more performance and luxury than they can get in the company's Altima
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Overview of our 2010 Maxima Experience
The overview of our review - the new 2010 Nissan Maxima is a great car that
is a lot of fun to drive.
Read more on our Maxima 2010 Road Trip Review:
2009 Nissan Maxima/ Performance
Cars.com's Kelsey Mays takes a look at the 2009 Nissan Maxima. It competes
with the Toyota Avalon and Ford Taurus.
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2009 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SV Review by Auto123.com
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prototypes and much more.
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2012 Nissan Maxima SV Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
Starting to show its age in the light of new competition, the current
Nissan Maxima is in desperate need of more interior space, updated tech
within the cabin, and better fuel-efficiency. Those of you who are willing
to ignore those shortcomings will still find a stylish, quick, and sporty
2009 Nissan Maxima Review - Kelley Blue Book
2009 Nissan Maxima (For Pricing, Specs, Reviews & More visit
). In its heyday, the Nissan Maxima was king of the sport sedan niche.
Blessed with good looks, sporty handling and a price that put it on par
with more mundane offerings, the Maxima soon gained a loyal following. But
the last two generations of Maxima's didn’t live up to the
“four-door sports car” reputation earned by the original,
growing larger, slower and absent a sporting edge. The newest Maxima hopes
to reverse this trend by returning to the nameplate a unique sense of
styling, a European sport-tuned suspension and an interior fit for an
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