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    1995 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr 2+2 HatchbackReview

    Nice Driving Car — I like my replacement 300zx. Have had it for 6 years, after I totaled my 1986 300zx 2+2 Hatchback. I liked the '86 styling better. The 1995 model drives smoother, minimal roll on turns. The interior is roomier. The highway driving is very smooth and there is less road noise.

    Owner for 5 years, 6 months

    Miles Driven per Year:6,000

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    1995 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview

    This Twin Turbo Demon Is The Best Thing I Have Ever Driven. 300 Bhp With 280 Lb-ft — Full on sports car, blast to drive massive horsepower and awesome handling. Absolutley awesome car. LOVE IT!

    Pros: The HP the torque the sportiness and the all around look

    Cons: The amount of work that needs to be done to make it better than what it is. To make a full on race machine

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    1995 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr 2+2 HatchbackReview
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    My Fairlady — I am currently in a AT to 5 speed conversion, also a lot of work in the engine, interior, and body. Took me already almost a year to do the rebuild. I hope to upload the new pics soon, probably in one month from now. I´d had a lot of fun with the rebuild. I'm not a speed guy, I am not interested in load a lot of horse power, just want my Z looks and rides as new! (As far as I can do). After a year of hard work, i´m almost done!! This is a summary of the mods I did:1) AT to MT conversion, 2) Engine restoration (mainly gaskets, air & water hoses, fuel injecion, timing belt service). 3)All Interior and exterior LED lighting conversion. 4) OEM to JDM tail lights replica conversion, and illuminated rear center panel. 5) All 4 seats reupholstered. 6) Replace aftermarket wheels with OEM wheels and tires. 7) Full body paint job. See updated pictures,

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

    Pros: It´s a Z......, that´s the first main feature. I love the look and the way you "feel" when you drive it.

    Cons: It needs a lot of maintenance. If you are careless, you´ll pay the consequences.

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    1996 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    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

    1996 300zx 2+2 Still Sexy After All These Years By krullone

    This is the second Z32 2+2 that I've owned and I plan to own many more. I love driving this car and it still turns heads. I love unique cars and it's a rare occasion when I see another one of these ... Read More

    1994 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    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

    Very Good Car For Single Man To Have Fun At Night By Thomas

    I like the style, handling, power, room to move around but its not a good family car its good to go out and fun with and tune. The interior is not the greatest but it will work all in all i am happy w... Read More

    1993 Nissan 300ZX Reviews

    Black Beauty By Sterlingm32

    It's a fun car to drive and zip around in. Looks really nice too. The good is it is a sporty little car that still looks excellent. The lines on it are modern enough to still be in style. The in... Read More

    Elder Z Does Not Disappoint. By Chris

    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 i... 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

    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

    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

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