A decade ago, Nissan dropped the A33 Maxima on an unsuspecting American public. It was stylish, it was fun to drive (for a front-wheel-drive sedan), and it was fast for its day. But the car sticks in my memory not for these traits...but for the freaking awesome commercials Nissan used to promote it.
A look back at the big stories of the week.
Welcome to the Backwards Burnout, where we take a minute at the end of the week to review the big stories that ran on 0-60mag.com in the last five days.
Kenny G, David Bowie both tapped for Bavarian brands.
The commercial breaks during last night's Super Bowl were crammed full of car ads, but since most of them had little to do with the fast cars we at 0-60
are devoted to covering, we're only going to concentrate on the advertisements hyping cars we're interested in.
Not that we expected anything less.
Mini's advertising campaigns have always brought delight into our lives, and these latest videos are no exception. Now if we only knew what the hell was going on in them.