It's a good looking car, but when it comes to going round corners, its a chronic understeerer when compared to its Japanese competitors (Skyline GTR, WRX, and even Evo's). When you start to modify it, the clutch goes bang real quick, and then its generally followed by the gearbox. But yes, they are a nice car, and a comfortable cruiser, with enough poke to match it with alot of cars.
looks yes but speed and handling no way id rather have a mitsubishi eclipse aroung 95 to 98 or a lancer evolution.
I WANTED TO BUY IT LONG TIME AGO BUT THIS CAR HAS TOO MANY MECHIANCAL PROBLEM AND ITS HEAVY SO I BETTER STICK TO MY EVO ^_^
is it a VR6 or the SL?
It's really a true Grand Tourismo, a 4 seat, luxury appearing, touring car. The GT requirements are: too heavy, and the rear seat will fit a lap dog and a small child simultaneously. Want more? Go down the road, son!
A 3000gt is a great car if you want to spend the time and money on maintenance iv had one for years now and love it. Not much for drifting but along as you wanna go fast and have a car sit on the road it's amazing thanks to the double a frame suspension but I take mine down to the races and will blow eclipses and lancers off the line as long as your not afraid to put the foot in it but I am planning to do a stock to twin turbo engine swap
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