A longtime favorite on the market, the striking Nissan
Maxima Sedan packs in plenty of luxury in a spacious package
that equally emphasizes excellent performance. Popular amongst
families, the new 2002 models are no exception, and are
backed by Nissan's thorough warranty and reputation for
quality and durability.
In order to provide you with a broad range of
standards and options, the 2002 Nissan Maxima Sedan is available
in three models - Maxima GXE Sedan, Maxima SE Sedan, and
Maxima GLE Sedan.
The well-appointed cabin of the base model Nissan
Maxima GXE Sedan begins with steering wheel-mounted audio
and cruise controls, power windows, power door locks, HomeLink
Universal Transceiver, cruise control, a handy cargo net,
and tilt steering column. The list continues to include
such standards as air conditioning, height adjustable center
armrest, leather-wrapped gearshift, and an eight-way power
adjustable driver's seat. The rear seat conveniently splits
60/40 and folds down to accommodate extra cargo, and a premium
AM/FM stereo with cassette player and CD player is also
Higher models add even more, among the examples being automatic
climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather
upholstery, drilled metal pedals, simulated wood trim, four-way
power passenger's seat, heated front seats and steering
wheel, and an upgraded Bose audio system.
Each Nissan Maxima GXE Sedan sports sixteen-inch
five-spoke aluminum alloy wheels, while the SE and GLE models
are fitted with seventeen-inch six-spoke aluminum alloy
and seventeen-inch seven-spoke aluminum alloy wheels respectively.
Each vehicle is built with lower-body side spoilers, dark
titanium grille surround, and dual power outside mirrors.
The SE and GLE feature chrome exhaust tip finishers, fog
lights, and an optional power sliding glass sunroof with
slide and tilt function.
Revving up under the hood of the front-wheel
drive Nissan Maxima Sedan is an impressive 3.5-litre, DOHC,
24-valve, six-cylinder engine that pumps out 255 horsepower
and 246 lb-ft of torque. Among the world-class specifications
are double-tipped platinum spark plugs, continuously variable
timing control, and variable intake manifold.
The standard transmission on the GXE and GLE models is
a four-speed automatic, while the SE sports a fun six-speed
manual transmission and also highlights a sport-tuned suspension.
Safety and Security
The list of safety standards on the Nissan Maxima
Sedan includes four-wheel ABS brakes, two-stage driver air
bag, two-stage passenger air bag, three-point seatbelts,
front and rear crumple zones, and side impact door beams.
For those with children, each vehicle is equipped with child
safety locks in the rear seating area, plus child safety
seat tethers and anchors.
a Free Price Quote on a 2002 Nissan Maxima.
255 @ 5800
Manual: 21 / 28
Automatic: 20 / 26