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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr STD HatchbackReview
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Yes, It Has An Sr. No, I'm Not A Drifter. — Great platform to build a fast, fantastic handling track car off of, despite its status as a drift car.

Pros: Handling, hatchback versatility, paint job

Cons: At the moment, it's slow because it hasn't been tuned yet

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr SE HatchbackReview
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The Epitome Of A Love-hate Relationship — I love the chassis, absolutely hate the drivetrain. An exercise in self-loathing, this car begs for the original motor from Japan. It was even cross-weighted with right hand drive in mind!

Pros: Handling, looks

Cons: Everyone assumes you're a D1 wannabe.

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr SE HatchbackReview
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Fantastic Track Car — I bought one of these about four years back because I wanted to get into autocross and lapping. Very lightweight and nimble, but most importantly it is pretty much the cheapest RWD money can buy. Very cheap to own and modify, the car's main downfall is it's cheap non-galvanized steel construction which causes it to rust due to Canadian winters. Pick up a nice one from the Southern States, and you won't be dissapointed.

Pros: Fun to drive, cheap, rwd, responds well to mods

Cons: They're one of the rustiest cars in existance

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr SE HatchbackReview
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Good Starter Drift Car — Very powerful for a 4-banger, nice shape, and good handling, car accelerates very well and will run for a long time, even if abused. I bought mine from a kid that let it sit outside in the rain and snow for over 6 months, and it runs great. From what I have heard it is a great car to learn drifting with, which is what I intend to do with mine.

Pros: good acceleration , powerful and quick, decent handling, decent brakes

Cons: cable windows break often, need to be replaced with automatics

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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My S13 — enjoys the finer things in life such as kickin it sideways, crusin down the boulevard, and grippin down the insane mountain roads

Pros: everything is sexy

Cons: nothing

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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Awesome Ride — I just loved the way this car felt on the road. It hugged corners, handled well at higher speeds, was comfortable to drive and fun and responsive at lower speeds as well.

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1993 Nissan 240SX 2 Dr SE HatchbackReview
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Most Legal Fun On The Road Ever! — reliable, economical, versatile & handsome. near impossible to break the rear end loose on dry pavement!

Owner for 3 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:30,000

Cons: getting hard to get parts(super hicas)

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Displaying 41 - 47 of 47 1993 Nissan 240SX reviews.

Reviews From Other Years

1998 Nissan 240SX Reviews

Quick And Nimble Little Fun Car! By nakemiso

I bought this car new. The buying experience was not a fun one. But the car has proven itself trustworthy, and has been a fun car to drive. Even more today than before, the car turns heads thanks t... Read More

My Nissan By Amine

slow acceleration until 60 mph. fast at corners but it slides which is good for drifting and i added some brembo brakes for better handling. the parts i added are cheap but effective. nice paint; It... Read More

1997 Nissan 240SX Reviews

Great Car To Have And Own. By Nicolas

I give this car a overall 4 out of 5 stars based on it's aftermarket support, Exceptional handling platform. Easy to enjoy and well rounded, Only true downside is the car is severely underpowered, Whi... Read More

Kouki 240sx By Steve

Nissan should have never stopped making these cars. They have amazing suspensions that are suitable for several different styles of racing. The aftermarket support for these cars is incredible. In ... Read More

1996 Nissan 240SX Reviews

Drifter By MrRocket12

This car was built with one purpose: Drifting So sorry I can't really review in views of practicallity; but it is an excellent car for competitive drifting. Parts are very scares though in this part ... Read More

not much i can say its my dream car i plan om having it forever i mean right side drive turbo sr20 with a silvia body kit. im sure ne one who like nissan would want this car just because. Read More

1995 Nissan 240SX Reviews

Lightweight And Nimble Car That Stole My Heart By Gabriel

This was my first car. It sent me down the road of performance. I did the basic mods of intake, headers, exhaust and ECU. Didn't get to do anything else but it was great when I had it and I still t... Read More

Love It.. Last Longer Than Most Relationships By Kenneth

GREAAT everyday car will get you whereever you wanna go quickly. Hate getting out can handle heavy foot drivers ,always looking for smooth roads....Dislikes not many car born to be upgraded once done ... Read More

1994 Nissan 240SX Reviews

2fast4u By Collin

This car was built for speed on the strip. With its turbo-charged V6 engine, its built on MOROSO oil pans, 4'' SPEED PRO pistons, Edelbrock intake system, and NOS, it makes one sweet ride under the ho... Read More

Nissan 240sx By Tyler

the torque is great, but would be better after a SR20DET swap! It runs great, especially when i enter novice drift competitions, but due to the stock engine, im not pushing nearly as much horsepower ... Read More

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