2003 Nissan Maxima
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$4,880

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$3,980

Raleigh, NC
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$2,995

Hamilton, OH
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162,286 Miles
$2,990

Norfolk, VA
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$2,950

Miami, FL
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$5,710

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187,604 Miles
$2,999

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$3,487

Lincoln, NE
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153,293 Miles
$3,788

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$3,999

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$3,995

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$2,988

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$3,988

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$3,488

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77,777 Miles
$4,995

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149,751 Miles
$3,650

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$3,225

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2003 Nissan Maxima Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

2003 Nissan Maxima Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Nissan Maxima - Versatile full size sedan for everyday use.

Maxima Owner
Norfolk, Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
My car is very versatile, and just great for everyday use in general. I drive it regularly for my commute to work. I've also driven it long distances (250 miles or more) at least 4 times a years for occasional road trips. I've only had 1 accident on the road in my 7 years of driving with this car, and that was a blown tire. The exterior paint has remained intact with minimal maintenance (1 car wash per year). The interior feels really nice. All the seats are black leather and is really durable.
Story
I take road trips pretty often with my car despite the bad gas mileage. Couple years ago, My friend and I drove my car down to the Outer Banks in North Carolina, and we got on a boat to an island with my car. The boat ride was very scenic, and most people stayed inside their car since the boat is open air. We decided to do the same with our windows down. However, the wave was pretty choppy, an... (more)
Pros
The car has good horsepower for a sedan, never have any problems going up the mountains on the Blue Ridge or Shenandoah. The body and frame seem to be made from high quality material. I haven't notice any major rust, and this is coming from living in both rainy and snowy areas on the East coast. The car is also really spacious for a sedan. I've moved twice, both 250+ miles move, and I am impressed with how much it can hold.
Cons
One of the negatives of this car is it does consume a lot of gas. Mileage in the city is in the low 20s at best, so while it's versatile, it's not the best for daily commute in terms of gas. Another negative is the size. While being spacious is great for moving, it can sometimes be frustrating to find a space that would fit this car on a street in downtown. The body of this car is quite elongated, so it can be difficult to parallel park.

2003 Nissan Maxima - It's old.

Kevin
New York, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I like the shape of the body. I like the interior. I didn't like the fact that the body was longer. The car performed awfully. The engine always had a rattle for the two years that I owned it. I burned gas like crazy. I lost a lot of money buying this car. I wouldn't buy this brand of car again - not even the newest model. Many changes to the design must be done. I gave up this car to ride New York City public transportation.
Story
The front seat of an El Camino comfortably seats two—which might explain why nearly all of my childhood memories of my dad involve a vision of his beloved half-car, half-truck. Everything we did together—hit baseballs, mowed the lawn, built bookcases—somehow involved his maroon El Camino. For my first driving lesson, I steered while he manned the gas and break. When I think of my dad from that... (more)
Pros
It was fast. It had an eight-cylinder engine in it. The interior is large. The trunk space is spacious. The acceleration was quick and powerful. The passenger seat has enough space to lay back.
Cons
Suspension wasn't that good. The car was awful on gas. Every week I had a new problem to deal with this car. The lights in the trunk never really worked right. The moonlight seems poorly designed. It was too narrow to comfortably lean out while driving. The wheels barring's messed up on booths sides at the same time. The paint was not really good at all. It was dull and chipped easily.

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