PHOENIX, AZ — At the Chicago Auto Show earlier this month, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. unveiled its restyled 2000 Maxima, a remake the company says will reestablish the Maxima's former billing as a true sports sedan. If upgrades to an already superior engine are any guide, there is credence to Nissan's assertion that the new Maxima will display a markedly sportier demeanor than its strong-selling rivals from Honda Motor Co. Ltd. (Accord) and Toyota Motor Corp. (Camry). Some months prior to the ...

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