1991 Nissan 300ZX Overview

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Amazing by Eric
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It's The Best, More Or Less. by Stephen
 — Performance - braking and suspension are that of a TT, which is incredible for a stock car, especially for the early 90s. With race pads and coilovers, i'd say it's track ready! As for acceleration/sp... Read More
Most Unreliable And Expensive To Run Dream Machine. by Taddy
 — the 500 yards it drives before brake down is all worth the work and money you sacrifice for last 3 months... yes i spend more time under it than in it,, and there is more cars out there more faster ... Read More

1991 Nissan 300ZX Overview

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1991 Nissan 300ZX

The 1991 Nissan 300ZX saw a number of changes from the previous year. Most notably was the addition of a stripped-down base model. New standard equipment was added, which included heated mirrors, a cargo cover, automatic temperature control, and a Bose audio system in all models except the base.

The 1991 300ZX came in the base model, the two-seater T-bar model, the 2+2 model, and the turbo. The base model was available only as a five-speed and did not have the T-bar roof. The T-bar model was available as an automatic and had an upgraded sound system. The 2+2 was nearly identical to the T-bar, with the addition of an extra row of seats. The turbo had a 3.0-liter, 300 horsepower V6, while all other models had a 3.0-liter, 222-horsepower V6. Fuel economy was about 18/24.

It may be an understatement to say that 1991 300ZX owners love their cars. They love the way they look, the powerful engine, the comfortable and well-equipped interior, and all the attention they get driving it. Turbo owners are particularly enthusiastic. Some owners do complain that when the car needs repair, parts can be expensive.

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My 91 300zx Wont Rev Over 3500 Rpm

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I Have 1991 Nissan 300zx Tt Witha Blown Engine My Question Is Should I Rebu...

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My Car Motor Recently Started Shaking And I Have No Power On Each Shift,??i...

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I Have A 1991 Nissan 300zx Tt And Im Wanting To Do A Engine Swap But I Dont...

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