AAH #294 – 2016 Nissan Maxima: The Whole Thing’s Controversial!

July 10th, 2015 at 2:32pm

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- What’s the strategy behind Nissan’s big, all-American Maxima?

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3 Comments to “AAH #294 – 2016 Nissan Maxima: The Whole Thing’s Controversial!”

  1. Barry Says:

    That new Maxima c-pillar reminds me a lot of the Citroen SM, which is a compliment! I wonder if they’ll add fender skirts on the rear when they refresh?

  2. Charles LaGreca Says:

    John and Gary,
    Love After Hours. Great show. However, Gary, you’re driving me crazy. Have you noticed that you start every other sentence with the word “so?” Either you’re unaware of this or you think it’s cool. It’s not cool, it’s annoying and unprofessional. One other thing. I love your numbers but it’s really ok to round off the percentages. We don’t need the tenths of a percent you’re so fond of quoting. Anyway, I really do enjoy your stuff. Cheers. Charles

  3. Charles LaGreca Says:

    John and Gary,
    Love After Hours. Great show. However, Gary, you’re driving me crazy. Have you noticed that you start every other sentence with the word “so?” Either you’re unaware of this or you think it’s cool. It’s not cool, it’s annoying and unprofessional. One other thing. I love your numbers but it’s really ok to round off the percentages. We don’t need the tenths of a percent you’re so fond of quoting. Anyway, I really do enjoy your stuff. Cheers. Charles