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Yeah I remember when the Maxima was a good car. Solid, fun, reliable and could get a stick with that 6 cylinder. Then Renault grabbed Nissan by their twig and cherries and whipped all of those positve traits out of all their products. We owned a 1998 Pathfinder that was dead nuts reliable. I still see a goodly nunber of Pathfinders and the Infiniti QX50 suvs going strong on the streets and highways in MA.

Now all Nissan has are a bunch of brand-killing shitboxes and scummy CEO Ghosn. Well maybe the Leaf is something positive?

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Yah, solid little ride and fairly quick for the time.



or even better

Yes...I see wagons everywhere.


I enjoyed the Accord turbo. It was quite quick and engaging to drive. The Jetta TSI was also quick but not as precise as the Honda which is a little odd to say since I have found the opposite to be true forever (until now).
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Yeah I remember when the Maxima was a good car. Solid, fun, reliable and could get a stick with that 6 cylinder. Then Renault grabbed Nissan by their twig and cherries and whipped all of those positve traits out of all their products. We owned a 1998 Pathfinder that was dead nuts reliable. I still see a goodly nunber of Pathfinders and the Infiniti QX50 suvs going strong on the streets and highways in MA.

Now all Nissan has are a bunch of brand-killing shitboxes and scummy CEO Ghosn. Well maybe the Leaf is something positive?

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It will be interesting to see how Nissan progresses in the future now that Ghosn is excommunicado and Nissan is leaning towards rebellion.
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