This car has been a blast to own.
I've owned mine since March 03, and
everyday I still revel in the joy of
driving it. This might be because I
did own a 93 Ford Ranger before this,
but the fact that it is an import and
has good get-up-and-go also weigh in.
It has many cool features, such as a
HUD indicating MPH/KmPH, automatic
seatbelts, a hardworking DOHC 4-cyl,
and neat little fold-up headlights.
Fold-up headlights, looks to kill, fun
to brag about
Cupholders, more HP, more body kits
available for this car
I bought my 240SX in 97 and even drove
it from California to Florida. I
treated it bad, never got a tune-up or
regular oil changes, or filter changes.
I was a very bad owner. But this car
never let me down. In the end though
the alternator went out and there was
some electrical problems and it was
just better to get a newer car then to
maintain. But even though it died on me
I refuse to call it a junker because it
was very reliable in spite of the abuse
I put it through. I would imagine a
good owner could make a 240SX last
I really love this car. i got it about
2 years ago from my neighbors when i
turned 16. Wasn't a big fan of little
sporty cars, but now i'm hooked! It
has been so reliable for me and i just
love driving it. Stick shift is a
blast to drive in this little thing.
My fav. feature is that it is so small-
you can practically park anywhere!
Also the turnaround is really tight.
Had some electrical problems. The
lights went out behind my dashboard so
i couldn't see the a/c at night. And
more horse power please!
Hey, I love the car so far. I like how
it really gets up and goes, even though
it's a 4 cyl. and automatic. It drives
so smooth, even though it sits low to
the ground. I have a problem with the
radio right now, though.
I really enjoy the power sunroof, and
windows. I also like the heads up
display of the MPH/KmPH on the
No improvements can be made to
something so perfect.
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