Used NISSAN MAXIMA Parts – Buy/Sell Used Auto Parts

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The Nissan Maxima is a car manufactured by Nissan. The Maxima in 1976 as an upscale version of the and was spun into its own line in having been made since then. Most Maximas were built in Japan, until the current American Maximas started assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee.

The models are also known as Cefiro or Nissan Laurel in markets. Contents

* 1 1976?1980 * 2 * 3 1985?1988 * 4 1989?1994 * 5 1995?1999 * 6 * 7 2004?2008 * 8 2009 * 9 References * 10 links

1976?1980 Also Datsun 810 Production 1976?1980 style(s) 2-door coupe sedan 4-door station Layout FR layout Engine(s) 2.0 L L20 I6 2.4 L L24 I6 5-speed manual Related 280ZX

The Maxima model began with the Nissan Maxima, which was available in the US as 810 from February 1977. It was by two versions of the SOHC L-series I6 a 2.0 L displacement for the Japanese market and a 2.4 L (as in the Datsun 240Z) for the US market. The Maxima used a carburetor for the model and fuel injection for the version.

The 2.0 L engine was good for 122 PS JIS (90 while the bigger American could reach 125 hp SAE (93 kW). The version channeled power a five speed manual These cars were drive and had a semi-trailing arm rear

The station wagon variant had the live axle for load reasons.

The 2-door coupe was introduced in 1979 along an exterior refresh, and was available in the lineup in the Datsun 810 only. The new 280ZX shared the 810’s though the 810 did not get that car’s 2.8 L engine.

1981?1984 First 1984 Nissan Maxima called Datsun 810 (until Production 1981?1984 Body 4-door sedan 4-door wagon Layout FR layout 2.4 L L24 I6 2.8 L Diesel LD28 I6 Transmission(s) automatic and manual Related 910

The first car to wear the Maxima was introduced in 1981. It was essentially a Bluebird 910 with a 3.9 in (99 mm) longer The car was offered as the 810 Deluxe or 810 Maxima first year, and all 810s Maximas for 1982.

In 1984, the year of the first generation American Datsuns began the Nissan badge as well 1984 Nissans have Nissan and Datsun on the back of the Toyota responded to the introduction of the with the Japanese market Mark II and named the car the Toyota

Powered by the same 2.4 L I6 engine as the Datsun 810 and Datsun 240Z, the car was rear-wheel drive. It was also with the LD28 OHC 2.8L I6 engine (available in the US from through 1983) with 5 speed manual or automatic

Some of the power steering were sourced from Motors’ Saginaw Gear while others were from Atsugi. This was the Nissan to use US-sourced parts the Borg-Warner T-5 transmission used in the Nissan ZX Turbo’s.

1985?1988 generation 1987-1988 Nissan sedan Production 1985?1988 Oppama, Japan Body 4-door sedan 4-door wagon Layout FF layout 3.0 L VG30E 157 hp (117 kW) V6 Transmission(s) manual 4-speed automatic Sedan: 100.4 in (2550 mm) 100.3 in (2548 mm) Length 184.8 in (4694 mm) Sedan: in (4610 mm) Width 66.5 in mm) Height Sedan: 54.7 in mm) Wagon: 55.7 in (1415 mm) Nissan Bluebird 1985-1986 Maxima sedan 1985-1986 Maxima sedan 1987-1988 Maxima wagon 1987-1988 Maxima wagon

In the fall of the first front-wheel drive (based on the Bluebird U11) was This Maxima was available a 154 hp (119 kW) 3.0 L VG30E V6 engine and a automatic or 5-speed manual This engine was shared in the aspirated 300ZX and was the first V6 to be mass produced from

The second generation was assigned the status. 1988 was the last for the station wagon, which had offered since the Datsun 810 In late 1986, the 1987 was introduced with a freshened and interior.

Automatic shoulder were now found on both the sedan and wagons built February 1987. Luxury were offered on both the GL, later renamed GXE and SE trim Such features for the GL/GXE digital touch entry on the driver and passenger side panel, power windows, antenna, power seats, trunk release, voice system, optional leather an optional Electronics Pkg(a exclusive, it included a digital and a trip computer) and an optional sunroof (sunroof was standard on wagons).

15 alloy wheels are for the Maxima. An exclusive option for was the Sonar Suspension System was part of the Electronics Pkg- the trip computer that was offered. 1988 was also the that the previously standard touch system offered on the GXE became part of the Electronics Pkg as well. It replaced the onboard computer that was previously

This feature used waves to monitor the road ahead and adjustable the shocks for the controlled ride. The SE (and GXE) offered dual seats, a five-speed manual 3-way shock adjust front and rear windshield and a factory-installed security system. The SE has a small rear spoiler, disc brakes, black rear view mirrors and molding (GXE got body side rear view and matching body molding.

Again, the Maxima’s prime was the similar-specification Toyota Cressida. provided a combination of luxury and features while the Cressida was seen as being more

1989?1994 Third generation Nissan Maxima Production Assembly Oppama, Japan style(s) 4-door sedan FF layout Engine(s) 3.0 L VG30E V6 3.0 L V6 Transmission(s) 5-speed manual automatic Wheelbase 104.3 in mm) Length 187.6 in (4765 mm) 69.3 in (1760 mm) Height 55.1 in (1400 mm) 1992-94: 53 in mm)

The Maxima was redesigned in 1989 as the J30 to be confused with the unrelated J30) model. Bigger made it the second Japanese sold in the USA to qualify as a mid-size the Mazda 929); it was also the Japanese car to exceed Japan’s 67 in mm) width restriction, making it comfortable for three passengers. weight actually decreased from the former generation.

called the new Maxima a 4-Door Car and even gave it a 4DSC decal showing this. say this Maxima helped the rebirth of sporty curves in the sedan; it was considered by some to be striking in its day. It now featured a 160 hp kW) 3.0 L V6, with a 190 hp (142 kW) VE30DE standard on the SE model starting in

The VG30E was a unit that had used in the previous Maxima, as as the first generation Nissan An interesting feature was the digital entry system on the GXE (in conjunction the new Luxury Package)offered a feature permitted the windows to be lowered and the roof opened without the key in the In the United States, the VG30E was used on all 1989-1994 GXE models and SE models. 1992-1994 Nissan GXE 1992-1994 Nissan Maxima GXE

The engine, plus a limited-slip became standard on the SE models in The SE models can be further distinguished the GXE by their white-faced gauges, spoke turbine wheels, colored grille’s, twin-tip factory smoked tail black trim instead of firmer sport suspensions, timing cams, variable manifold (5-speed only) and 5-speed manual transmissions, weren’t offered on any of the GXE models.

The transmission on all GXE’s (RE4F02A) was an compact unit from which featured ‘sport’ and modes that shifted at points. The 1992-1994 SE received an automatic transmission (RE4F04V) had stronger internals but kept the and ‘comfort’ modes. The SE also had a spoiler and black side whereas the GXE has body color mirrors.

During this year, the was first introduced to the European replacing the Laurel. For European the model range was:

* 3.0 * 3.0 S * 3.0 SE

All and Australian variants had automatic and the VG30E Engine only.

sold in Japan had manual as an option in addition to the automatic that was standard in Europe, America and Australia. Maximas in New Zealand had manual versions as

The Maxima SE was on Car and Driver magazine’s Ten list for 1990.

Unlike models, the Nissan J30 had an independent suspension that was absent the Maxima until the 2004

1995?1999 Fourth generation Nissan Maxima Also Nissan Cefiro (A32) 1995?1999 Assembly Oppama, Body style(s) 4-door Layout FF layout Engine(s) 3.0 L V6 Transmission(s) 5-speed manual automatic Wheelbase 106.3 in mm) Length 1997-99: 189.4 in mm) 1995-96: 187.7 in (4768 mm) 69.7 in (1770 mm) Height in (1415 mm) Related Infiniti I30

The car was again in 1995 as the A32. A new 190 hp (142 kW), 205 lbЎ¤ft NЎ¤m) tq 3.0 L V6 was the only engine for the North American market. The smooth, powerful acceleration and durability helped it earn a spot on the Ward’s 10 Best List, and the VQ has now been recognized for every year since its (as of 2008, 14 years running).

The have also responded to forced induction when low to mid boost range levels a turbo or supercharger is added. The rear suspension of the previous was replaced with a lighter and torsion bar solid axle While making cornering a bit stable, some argue this system is more due to the front-wheel drive layout. Nissan Maxima 1997-1999 Maxima

The exterior was refreshed for with new 5-spoke alloy plastic (clear-lens) headlights, a different front and rear with new taillights, foglights and designs, and a chrome grille for GLE’s (body color for SE was added. Among interior were a different steering and CD player. Front seat-mounted impact airbags were as an option for 1998 and 1999

There were also modifications to improve crash for the 1997 to 1999 models.

The American 1995 Maxima a Bose sound system on the GLE on the SE) which had a 6 speaker sound a Clarion system was also an (non-Bose). The fourth generation was highly praised for its roomy

This Maxima was Motor Import Car of the Year for 1995. The SE again made Car and Driver Ten Best list for 1995 and

The Maxima was one of the few 4 door, V6 cars at the with an option for a manual (as opposed to the automatic-only Toyota Honda Accord V-6, Lumina, Dodge Intrepid, This is one of the reasons it is popular for people who want a cheap, car that can still be quick. In this version of the Maxima is the popular with tuners or because of its manual transmission, low and performance parts availability.

particular generation was sold in as the Nissan Cefiro A32, previously was a separate rear-wheel car (see A31 Cefiro). For the Japanese a Cefiro-badged station wagon was available. One version of the Cefiro VIP spec) was sold in the US as the Infiniti yet the Cefiro had subtle differences different fog light arrangements, headlights and a few assorted engine (VQ20/25/30DE).

This generation was sold as the Maxima QX in Europe and parts of the world, and was mostly to the Japanese Cefiro except for trim differences.

2000?2003 generation 2000-2001 Nissan Also called Nissan (A33) Production 2000?2003 Oppama, Japan Body 4-door sedan Layout FF Engine(s) 3.0 L VQ30DE-K – hp, 217TQ V6 3.5 L VQ35DE – 255 hp kW), 245TQ V6 Transmission(s) manual 4-speed automatic manual Wheelbase 108.3 in mm) Length 2000-01: 190.5 in mm) 2002-03: 191.5 in (4864 mm) 70.3 in (1786 mm) Height 56.5 in (1435 mm) 2002-03 56.3 in (1430 mm) 2002-03 SE: in (1440 mm) 2002-03 GLE: in (1450 mm) Related Infiniti

The 2000 Maxima (designated was a refresh of the previous car, at Nissan’s La Jolla, California studio. The engine was a 222 hp (166 kW) 3.0 L V6. This variant of the VQ30DE was to the VQ30DE-K. In this variation, were three models GLE, and SE).

The GXE was the base The GLE was the luxury variant and had 16 inch The GLE was the basis for the Infiniti I30, Nissan Cefiro). A 2001 Anniversary edition got an increase of 5 hp (4 different interior treatment, kit, special wheels and tweaks.

The common problems on Maxima are ignition coils, and air flow sensor, which trigger the check engine

In 2002, the engine was replaced for the lineup with a 3.5 L VQ35DE produced 255 hp (190 kW) and 246 lbЎ¤ft NЎ¤m) of torque. In addition, the got a slight refresh with a grille opening, headlamps high-intensity discharge (HID) low a six-speed manual transmission optional helical Torsen differential, revised 17 inch wheels on the SE models, new 17 inch spoke rims on the GLE models, taillights, and some interior and refinements over the 2000 to models.

In 2003, there was a special called the Titanium Edition special wheels and interior as well as a Meridian Edition which included heated and steering wheel (most of the leather, although some available with heated and a GPS navigation system. The Titanium was available in all colors, but a new color was only with the Titanium (Polished Titanium). The last Maxima GLE was the basis for the Infiniti

In Russia, the Maxima is being as Nissan Maxima QX.

2004?2008 generation 2004-2006 Nissan 3.5SE Also called Maxima A34 Production 2004?2008 Smyrna, Tennessee Body 4-door sedan Layout FF Platform Nissan FF-L Engine(s) 3.5 L VQ35DE V6 Transmission(s) manual 4-speed automatic automatic CVT Wheelbase 111.2 in mm) Length 2004-06: 193.5 in mm) 2007-present: 194.4 in (4938 mm) 71.7 in (1821 mm) Height in (1481 mm) Related Nissan Nissan Teana Nissan Nissan Quest

The sixth Maxima, code-named A34, its platform with the third Nissan Altima, in addition to other Nissan models, and Maxima is only sold in the States, Canada and Mexico countries where the Altima is In the US, it comes with the venerable a DOHC V6 engine that now 265 hp (198 kW).

Interestingly, in the Maxima has the same engine, but has set the maximum power to only 170 kW hp). The Australian version is J31 (however it is almost a completely car other than the VQ engine), only came with a automatic transmission, and obviously has noticeable styling differences to the American version. In 2007, it a minor mid-life facelift and an all new CVT transmission.

However, SE models can be had an optional five-speed automatic A six-speed manual is still on some models.

The rear suspension returns, this using a multilink setup to the Altima.

A smaller Maxima, 2003, is sold in the Asia-Pacific (as well as in Australia) and based on the Teana. In some markets, it is as the Nissan Cefiro. It is built on the FF-L platform of the Altima/ US combined with certain of the JM Nissan Presage design as the Nissan Teana previously

The American Maxima is known for a between sport and luxury; models tend to focus on comfort. 2007 Nissan 2007 Nissan Maxima

For the U.S. Maxima became with a standard Xtronic CVT Variable Transmission) (similar to the CVT in Murano) as the only transmission a manual transmission is no longer It features a freshened front (now lacking the center the new grill closely resembles of the 2007 Altima).

Headlights are more squared around the

For 2008, the Maxima’s fuel drops from 21/28 to due to new EPA measurement methods. A Platinum package of convenience features is for 2008 on both SE and SL trim See also: Nissan Teana for a related Japanese spec car J31.

2009 Seventh 2009 Nissan Maxima SV called Nissan Maxima A36 2008-present Assembly Smyrna, Body style(s) 4-door Layout FF layout Platform D platform Engine(s) 3.5 L V6 Transmission(s) CVT 109.3 in (2776 mm) Length in (4841 mm) Width 73.2 in mm) Height 57.8 in (1468 mm) Nissan Altima Nissan Nissan Murano

The Maxima was for the 2009 model year and its debut at the 2008 New York Auto Show. The newest (A36) is built on the Nissan D sharing this platform the fourth generation Nissan and second generation Nissan

The exterior and interior design are similar to the Infiniti G and Infiniti M, an updated navigation interface and [iPod] interface system works with the main monitor and steering wheel It will come equipped a revised version of the VQ35DE producing 290 horsepower (220 A revised version of Nissan’s CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) paddle shifting will be the transmission offered (no manual).

A version is expected to be released for the model year. The new Maxima be offered in S and SV trims with premium and technology packages The seventh-generation Maxima also the return of the 4-door sports car with a manual transmission to come out in late 2009 but no decals on the rear side current Maxima’s design unneeded height and length for styling, although the width has increased slightly. The keyless now uses a push button

In the U.S. the seventh generation went on sale in late 2008.


* 0 – 60 5.5 sec. * 0-60 mph with Rollout: 5.2 sec. * Skid Pad acceleration: 0.83 g * 1/4 Mile: sec. @ 96.9 mph (155.9 * 60 – 0 mph: 128 feet (39 m)

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