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I agree if the base price starts at $30k, many prospective Max buyers may be priced out of range. But as we all know, MSRP does not mean true sale or market price, particularly when the new car is out for a while and there isn't much enthusiasm. However, if the base price provides for a fully featured car (such as the TL), then it is not bad at all.
I heard the new Max will be on sale in April, but I'm sure I will catch a glimpse of it in the Feb. New York auto show.
Does anybody think Nissan is churning out too many new products in recent years? Look at the new Z, Altima, G35, Murano, M30, Q45, Max etc. I am concerned about the quality of new products because they usually come with new bugs. When a product ages a few years, then most bugs will be eliminated. For this reason, I personally would rather buy a car that is at least 2 years into production. Does anyone share the same view?
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