by ronedee on Mar 11, 2013 Vehicle: 1992 Nissan 240SX SE 2dr Hatchback
If you have a chance to get one of these don't hesitate! I got a '92 several years ago w/ 127k. It now has 176k and is as strong as ever! The only parts needing to be changed were the usual suspects: starter, alternator, battery and tires. Just as the other 240 lovers say she: handles like a dream, power is just right for the mileage which I put around 26-28 mpg (mixed). That's if you don't push her hard...which is hard not to do! And great mpg for an automatic too! The engine, if taken proper care of, will outlast the body for sure! Just a fun, FUN car to own and drive. I will miss her when shes gone.
by kman240 on Dec 22, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Nissan 240SX SE 2dr Hatchback
Bought my 240SX in 1992 brand new and after 17 years it runs like the day I bought it! Now has 250000 km but still doesn't burn a drop of oil. I test drive and rent alot of cars but always am glad to come back to my 240!! Very easy to work on and parts everywhere! The car is very well put together in a common sense kind of way. I will be extremely sad the day I have to part with this fantastic car!!!! I still bet a couple of offers a year to sell it!...Noooo way!!!!
by silvia180sx on Jul 30, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Nissan 240SX SE 2dr Hatchback
Bought the car brand new when it first came out and still have it till this day. Put about 230,000 miles on it about 2 years ago and did a motor swap to sr20det. Best car ever driven in my life. Would never get rid of it. Nissan is releasing there new 240sx in 2010. should be sweet cuz its coming turbo
by Cyphin on Dec 13, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Nissan 240SX LE 2dr Hatchback
This is a wonderful car. The car hugs the road better than any other car I've driven. Little bit weak in th engine for my killing, but then again, I can never go fast enough. I LOVE the interior but the pop-up lights are a bit ugly. Other than that, I must say that this car is definitely worthy of an A+.
by Oni_SX_LE on Jan 14, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Nissan 240SX LE 2dr Hatchback
it's truly a nice car, i'm sure when it was fresh from the lot it was a blast. But it seems age is beginning to catch up with the poor thing, the once very high-tech 4 wheel HICAS steering system is buggy at best, and such comfort items like the clutch dampner box have become a problem. The motor is a strong point, it is very reliable, and builds power uniformly across the power band. the interior is very simple, neat and driver friendly. The exterior is among one of the timeless designs that still looks sporty even among the ranks of the new Z
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