1998 Nissan Stagea Review
Fantastic Car, Heaps Of Apces With A Good Turn Of Pace. — Goes quite well for a non-turbo whale. 0 to 100 in around 7.5sec. Heaps begtter now that its got a manual box in it. Handles really well, makes up for lack of outright pace with cornering speed. Brakes are not bad could be better, will b doing a our piston and b ig disc swap when she gets turbo'd. Fantastic build quality, hardly any rattles and squeaks despite age, mileage and rock hard suspension. Intereior is a bit blnd but hey it was riginally designed for the older market, very comfy. Has been fitted with factory "dayz" bodykit so looks totally grouse. Car is awesome fun to rive, can slide easily, has enough power to giv e a bit of a drift, and itsd good fun keeping up with XR6 turbos on twisty bits
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: Looks, handling and comfort
Cons: it's not fast enough... yet!
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