I've owned my Nissan 200sx since May
of '97 and have never had ANY problems
with it (machanical or otherwise). The
engine was always ready to pick up and
go, even if I drove her hard through
snowy, mudy mountain passes. Still got
an average of 35 to 40 mpg and showed
no signs of degrading. Unfortunately a
wreck took her from me, so now I've got
to find another!
Definitely the engine and transmission
were my favorites. Very smooth and
clean, and I always had quite a few of
my friends begging to drive it just
because of them.
Well, since it's no longer made,
bringing it back to production is the
biggest improvement there could be.
That, and a little more room for the
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