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AutoPacific Take on Nissan Maxima Win – The Nissan Maxima leads the class; winning this year’s Luxury Mid-Size Car Motorist Choice Award®. Owners rate the Maxima as being more fun to drive with segment leading power and acceleration. The Maxima has the right technology, image and size.
IntelliChoice take on Nissan Maxima win – The Nissan Maxima’s solid retained value and best in class maintenance costs helped the Maxima edge out the competition.

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AutoPacific Take on Nissan Murano Win – Well rounded, both literally and figuratively, the Nissan Murano takes over the Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV Class and grabs this year’s Motorist Choice Awards®. Scoring well in most categories the Murano’s easy ingress/egress, pleasant interior materials, and top rated reliability and dependability push its ratings over the top.
IntelliChoice take on Nissan Murano win – The Nissan Murano is a strong model in a very competitive class. The Murano has a solid retained value, as well as performing above average in fuel, insurance, maintenance, and repairs.

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AutoPacific Take on Nissan Altima Win – Winning the Premium Mid-Size Car class in this year’s Motorist Choice Awards® the all-new Nissan Altima is on top of its game. With a solid reputation and confident exterior styling the 2007 Nissan Altima comes out on top. Owners really appreciate its easy to use controls and fun to drive performance.
IntelliChoice take on Nissan Altima win – Within a very competitive class the Nissan Altima stands out with a strong retained value and very low maintenance costs.

As the road began to curl up like a rattlesnake on a hot sandy desert surface, the Z began to strike the corners with just the right kind of balance a driver wants. While the Z has been tuned to push (under-steer) when driven fast into a corner, that trait can be overcome with your feet and the gearbox.
As the road began to curl up like a rattlesnake on a hot sandy desert surface, the Z began to strike the corners with just the right kind of balance a driver wants. While the Z has been tuned to push (under-steer) when driven fast into a corner, that trait can be overcome with your feet and the gearbox.
Nissan Xterra. Great off-road, but for those who want all the bells-and-whistles, Xterra comes up short.
During the last week of March 2007, 1,254 VehicleVoice panelists responded to an Internet survey concerning their opinion of major automakers in the USA. VehicleVoice asked these questions because the opinion of buyers and their attitudes towards various aspects of a manufacturer's image are critically important.
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