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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 2000 HatchbackReview
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1991 Nx2000 — Small but yet strong...... the hatchback is so roomy... i can fit all of my groceries and then some with junk i have laying around.... i live in the city so parking is a breeze for me..... although the headlights are weird looking, it still has really bright fog lights that i have to rebuild........

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Small but yet strong!

Cons: ugly headlights!

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The Only Car Better From Nissan Is The Skyline Lol — performance- is great i have a 1998 jdm engine build quality- is good needs rust work appearance- is stock for now, just ordered a body kit cost of oner ship- 2200 for the car, 30 a week for gas, 500 a month for insurance and about 1500 for body work fun factor- this car is so fun to drive i have a blast in it great drifting car and fast as any car around lol

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: it looks good it runs good, and the t-top is amazing on hot days

Cons: dont aviod this car its amazing

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 2000 HatchbackReview
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A Nissan What? —

I'll bet most of you have never even heard of the Nissan NX 2000, and if you think you have...you're probably thinking about the NX series from the late '80's, with its funky, wedge-like styline and interchangeable body parts. This is NOT that NX. Nissan only sold this car in the U.S. from 1991-1993 and they didn't seel very many at that. I suppose it's because of the somewhat odd styling cues, maybe? I think that the Mazda MX-3 may have had something to do with it's demise as well. Although similar in appearance, this car should not be confused with the NX1600, which had completely different mechanicals. Underneath the egg-like shell of the 2000 is the drivetrain taken directly from the more famous Sentra SE-R. It had a 2.0L, DOHC, all-aluminum 4-banger that produced just over 140hp in normally-aspirated form. This engine also powered the Infinity G20 of the same era. It was a high-revving, smooth motor that was also pretty bullet proof. The car also came with a limited-slip diff--quite advanced for a car of this vintage and price range--and anti-roll bars front and rear. The car handled wonderfully, was very responsive and fun, fun, fun to drive. I personally really liked the hatchback look more than the Sentra's more plebian sedan-derived trappings, and the T-tops just added to the fun--especially living in Southeast Florida, land of perpetual sunshine! I don't know about now, but when I owned the car a decade or so ago there was quite a cult following for both the NX2000 and the Sentra SE-R. It was not uncommon for a turbocharged version of the SR20DE engine to produce over 200hp, and parts are relatively cheap and easy to come by. I'd imagine that due to their scarcity and popularity with young, street-racer types, that examples nowadays in good shape are probably hard to come by. But if you're someone who appreciates a fun drive and are fortunate enough to come across a fine specimen of this car, consider it a good investment!

Pros: Boy-racer drivetrain, easy to maintain, economical, Interesting styling.

Cons: Interesting styling, hard to find in good condition,

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 2000 HatchbackReview
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Nx 2000 — This car had 140 hp and handled amazing. It was 10 years old 200k km+ and it still ran amazing. I actualyl saw it on the road 3 years after I sold it. Mine was not exactly as shown, Of course it was better lol

Pros: Handling, speed,

Cons: It was quite small for the people sitting in the back seat

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The Incredible (non)eatable Egg — The incredible (non)eatable egg In stock form its hardly a drag car, but if you know how to do it you'll smoke most cars out there. As far as handling goes, think lotus. The car is built solid, particularly considering that the car cost 11k new. Styling is either love it or hate it. Once you start throwing alil bit of cash you can make as much power out of it as pretty much anything out there, but why you'd turn it into a drag car when this thing is meant for cornering. I was once a non-beliver aswell, how could a front wheel drive handle that well, and with such grace. IT DOES!!!

Pros: Good blend of performance and economy, handles like a lotus

Cons: You'll regret ever getting ride of it

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1991 Nissan Nx 2000 — Ok, this was my first car. It cost me $650 lol. It was actually in excellent condition, no engine problems at all, interior was kept very nice, there was just an exhaust leak and a rather large dent on the passenger side which I later repaired. It was a fun little car to drive and I loved the T-Tops. Only negative I see with this car was that it was small. The gas mileage was amazing, I got about 35mpg city and roughly 50mpg highway. It really didn't have very good acceleration with a passenger but it did handle fairly well and had good braking. Overall it was a quality car.

Pros: Quality build

Cons: Small

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 1600 HatchbackReview
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My 100nx — verry nice coupe'

Pros: it's low roof and amazing handling

Cons: verry high from the ground (for now)

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 2000 HatchbackReview
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T-top, Super Handling, Nice Engine — Bought that one for the T-top, the engine and the handling. I remember being a real danger on roads with that one.

Pros: great engine, revs at 7600 rpm.  Can't beleived it survived the treatement I gave her.  T-top is fun.  NX2000 was a marginal car so

Cons: rusty

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 1600 HatchbackReview
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Head Turner — First car did a lot of work to it and it turned out perfect and a dream to drive

Pros: go on petrol

Cons: not fast enough

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1991 Nissan NX 2 Dr 2000 HatchbackReview
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Meanest Little Egg Around —

This is my first car, just happened that there was one for sale right across the road from me. It's the first one I'd ever seen and I just had to have it. I am SO glad I picked this little car up. Considering it's age, it's been extremely dependable. I've only had to make typical "old car repairs," and replace an injector which seems to be a common problem with older Nissans. It's surprisingly quick off the mark. The SR20 is truly a legendary engine, reliable, and with plenty of punch. I can keep up with just about anything I normally encounter on the road. It has enough power to chirp tires, and it handles like a dream. Imagine a roller coaster flying around turns on tracks. Absolutely no detectable body-roll, and she'll do exactly what you tell her. The interior is very slick and simple, but in a nice way. It looks very good to be a 20 year old entry-level sports car. It's a very rare car, and a good conversation starter. Very few people recognizes it when they see it. As for negatives, the T-tops will inevitably begin to leak, as the seals will get old and crack. Replacing the seals or repairing the tops is more or less impossible. Nissan dealer told me they couldn't do it. Things rarely go wrong, but when they do it can be a pain to find parts. I've needed new motor mounts for weeks now, but can not find them. These cars are a blast, and I would recommend them to anyone as long as they find one that has been maintained well, which will prove difficult. It is a fantastic car, but if you buy one needing work, make sure you know what you're getting into.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fast corner devouring egg. Rare and unique.

Cons: REALLY hard to find parts. Cannot find mounts for the life of me. Leaky T-tops are my only real complaint.

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