This car has good torque, a huge array
of aftermarket and japanese parts,
seats two adults and two children or
small adults, gets insanely good
mileage (30mpg on the freeway with good
driving habits), and handles better
than a porsche 944 from the same year.
Parts are priced about average, though
they can be hard to get out of a
junkyard. And the car even looks pretty
The handling is awe-inspiring. Few cars
today can outhandle a 240SX, and almost
none could in 1990.
The car could use considerably more
power. The US 240SX never got more than
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