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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
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    I Love This Car So Much I've Owned Three Of Them — In stock form, this car is nothing to sneeze at, but it's also easily upgradeable to significantly more power. I've owned 3 of them, 2 TTs and 1 NA. None of them were stock. Both of the TTs had intake, exhaust, ECU, and alcohol injection, and the white one had larger intercoolers. They were a dream to drive. The Z cockpit is the BEST driver-oriented cockpit I've ever experienced. The car handles great, especially with suspension mods and fat tires. I dearly miss these cars, but with 2 kids, I need a car with a back seat. Although I can tell you that a Rottweiler fits in the trunk comfortably.

    Pros: power, handling, large aftermarket, looks, comfort

    Cons: only has 2 seats so no room for kids

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
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    The Best Gt Car Ever Produced. — This car can do it all. It looks beautiful even 19 years after initial production. It takes to modifications very well, it accelerates (much) faster than a Yamaha R6, it corners like a roller coaster on crack, and it grabs attention everywhere I take it. Maybe it's the unobstructed sound of the quad oval B&B, or the Garret GT600's spooling up - followed by the HKS SSQV's releasing all of that pressure, or perhaps it's the hideously cool but o-so-JDM Gold Work wheels? Nah... it's probably just because it's one of the sexiest cars ever produced. Take that, Lamborghini! Nice 300ZX headlights, btw, Diablo...

    Pros: Responds well to money thrown at it.

    Cons: Likes money thrown at it.

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD HatchbackReview
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    One Of The Best Sports Cars Ever Made. — A very well built and researched car. Nissan produces great vehicles in general, and they really put there time into this one. Acceleration even in the NA is still better than most cars, and is way better with the TT. Handling is amazing due to nissan's dual wishbone suspension setup that is unique to this car, and an almost 50/50 weight distribution. Braking is also great with the 4 piston 30mm calipers up front with 11 inch rotors, and 2 piston calipers in the back with 11.7 inch rotors. Interior is A++ for quality and design. Even with the car being 15 years old its still near flawless inside, and the design is very good as well. Ride quality on stock suspension is still good(i like my ride stiff) and not too stiff. Looks go without saying, it looks better than most cars out now and already being considered a classic. I love this car and will own a 300zx of some sort until i die.

    Pros: Almost everything is a pro on these.

    Cons: Little Heavy curb weight

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr 2+2 HatchbackReview
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    Great Fun Car — I love this car. I have a 93 2+2 auto and it is FUN. Can still win against any honda I have come across, have only lost to a VR6 golf, but that can walk away from a Mustang Cobra. Would reccomend to all.

    Pros: Decent power, reliable, great japanese engineering.

    Cons: Earlier models have some weird glitches (90-91).  Some sensors get corroded, so engine transplant or head removal will be expensive for will most likely run into many corroded sensors (work until touched)

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    1993 Nissan 300ZXReview
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    Love Those Whining Turbo's — This Car would of Rocked in its day as it was knick named the Japanesse Ferrari.Its Back wheel drive perfect for drifting and is pretty low to the ground. Has 300hp with standard turbos which must be updated to get max performance normally costs around $4000 but well worth it.Also has all wheel steering twin exhaust system and gives you the feel of a Bat mobile!

    Pros: Attractive looking car if not too boy raced up and can headturn many.Handles like a go-kart when driven right

    Cons: Expensive for spares and sort of rare,no room in engine bay for easy repairs,engine is like a block and the turbos and intake system look like they about to pop the hood ie no room!.If your gonna buy have the engine checked for sure,or be prepared to shell out for an engine rebuild,dont forget these cars
    Expensive parts and no room around the engine and turbo intakes

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD ConvertibleReview
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    Finally Got My Dream Car — I purchase a Pearl brown convertible on Ebay and I'm in love with it. 14 years old and it's still a head turner. You'd thing I was driving a Ferrari.

    Owner for 0 years, 3 months

    Miles Driven per Year:2,500

    Pros: Style, comfort, reliability

    Cons: Could use a little more punch

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD HatchbackReview
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    Love My Z — Best car I have ever owned. It is in perfect condition and I plan to keep it that way.

    Owner for 6 years, 4 months

    Miles Driven per Year:12,000

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD HatchbackReview
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    Elder Z Does Not Disappoint. — I'd always wanted one of these cars. The twin turbo versions are still pretty expensive 20+ years later, but the naturally aspirated cars are not to be overlooked. They are typically less fussy when it comes to maintenance. Plus the temptation to upgrade every engine component is a little less I think than if it was a twin turbo. It's really a looker, and is well capable of spirited driving. Picking one up now is a good move for a pleasure ride. Keep in mind though that as an old Fairlady, fuel hoses crack and various pumps leak... it will need replacement parts. I want to compare the Z (Japanese engineering) to my old 92 and 93 Daytonas (American engineering) but really, this car was in a different class entirely.

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

    Pros: Timeless appearance, gets looks/offers all the time, it's like sitting in a fighter jet cockpit. I'd wager the engine is as strong as it was new (at 120k miles.) Effortlessly slithers through traffic. Not a lot of these on the road.

    Cons: It has good pickup, but I want either another 150hp out of this engine or better gas mileage. The engine bay is packed tight and is difficult to work in.

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
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    A Timeless Dream To Own And Drive — In stock form this car is nothing short of brilliant. Incredibly fast and maneuverable, its a true sports car. The interior is designed to have everything within short reach and giving you as much information as possible without having to remove your eyes from the road for to long. Z32s were first put out in 1989 and had almost no exterior changes until they stopped manufacture in 1999. That being said the styling is now over 20 years old and still has a modern, sexy look that competes with many new cars on the road today. I highly recommended this vehical to any performance enthusiast. The 300zx TT is also an amazing platform for upgrading performance. capable of of 1000rwhp, astonishing numbers for a 3.0 liter v6

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

    Pros: fun, sporty, fast, sexy

    Cons: only 2 seats, not the most practical

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    1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
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    Sexy But Heavy — Great fun to drive and it has a design that makes it timeless. It's a great car for cruising on a warm summer day or night. Just remove the targa and enjoy. The seats are nice and it fees like you could sit in them for a whole day without any problems.

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

    Pros: Beautiful

    Cons: Heavy

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    Reviews From Other Years

    1996 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    Review By Guru9CGBP

    well cars book value is 12000 dollars prices for car are inseane over priced Read More

    Lovely Car By darkmann

    As long as one sticks to the maintenance schedule, this car can last a long time. If abused, maintenance cost can be quite high. It is a two seater with limited trunk space. It is easy to mod and t... Read More

    1995 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    Review By Vinho

    Listing lacks information on maintenance records, historical damage, and features. Read More

    Review By Gary

    I owned a beat up 5-speed 1990 model that I just loved! This car is awesome! Darn near like new!! Read More

    1994 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    Review By Aaron

    The Nissan 300zx (Z32) is a classic 90’s Japanese tuner. Get the manual over the automatic. Get the 300zx twin turbo over the non-turbo. A twin turbo with a manual is a good collectors car if you’... Read More

    Awesome By tbrown02

    Nissan was ahead of their time when designing this car back in the late '80's. All wheel steering, driver adjustable suspension, twin turbo with twin intercoolers, the list goes on. Drive one and yo... Read More

    1992 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    I Love It By kurtschnadey

    I like the way it looks, handles , and rides. Plenty of power, and actually nice on long trips, the t tops are nice too. mpg is usually 20 around town, but gets about 25 on the highway if I can keep m... Read More

    Voted One Of The Top 10 Most Beautiful Production Cars Made By Glen

    Great looks, very quick even without turbo, drove like a slot car with new tires, very comfortable for two! The only thing I would have wished for was a six speed gearbox. The automatic lacked someth... Read More

    1991 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    Review By Bigtex1

    Car is sold! Was looking at 1991 Nissan 300 ZX Turbo. Read More

    I Absolutely Love It By Fun_401

    I love this car. It looks awesome it drives fantastic it takes alot of money but at the end she is worth every penny. She can be a pain to work on maintanence wise. But she is quite a majestic creatu... Read More

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