1994 Nissan Maxima Overview

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1994 Nissan Maxima Overview

The Nissan Maxima, which was due for a redesign the next year, saw no significant changes for 1994.
The 1994 Nissan Maxima came in two trims: the GXE and the sportier SE. The SE was available with a five-speed manual or automatic transmission, and the GXE was available only with the four-speed manual. The GXE had a 3.0-liter, 160-horsepower V6, which was bumped up to 190 horses for the SE. The fuel economy is about 19/26 mpg for both engines.
Drivers like the 1994 Nissan Maxima because it is a solid, dependable car that comes chock full of comfort amenities and is fun to drive. Many drivers find fault with the mechanical seatbelts.

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