Excellent Choice in Cars Pros: -Stylish, reliable, fun to drive, handling, no back seat Cons: -Could be faster, uncomfortable on long trips, no back seat -------------------- Overall, I couldn't be happier with my 240! Extremely dependable. I've 135k miles and only problems are the front main seal and valve cover leaks, and the power steering leaks. I love the leather, white face gauges and sunroof. This car gets an average of 25-33 mpg. If you've never driven a rear wheel drive vehicle, you're missing out! THIS CAR DOES NOT HAVE CUPHOLDERS!
Leather, white face guages, rear wheel drive, spoiler, sunroof, layout of interior, torquiness of engine, 25-30 mpg.
Ride is a little rough and loud, but it is somewhat of a sports car. The 2.5 Ltr. engine is adaquate at best. Nissan needed to offer other engines as an option. Handling is very good. This is a fun car to drive. It has the looks and reliability factor going for it. Go ahead and get one if you can. Look for a motor out of the Japanese version and drop it in. Then this would be a wonderful sports car.
Looks, handling and reliability
More horsepower and gauges instead of idiot lights
From the stylish looks to the fun RWD
this car is amazing and a very high
quality vehicle for a fairly low price.
only thing i woulkd want to do is drop
in the sr20det (turbo silvia) engine to
get the real feel of power and feel
what the car can actually do
looks amazing, sounds amazing, feels
amazing, what else can i say
I've owned an Integra GSR, and a Prelude
SH. Both pale in comparison to the 240SX.
The 240SX is hands down the most fun to
drive of the three. Rear wheel drive and
extremely crisp steering combine yielding
an extremely fun, agile and responsive
handling set-up. The car's my daily-
driven race car.
Power: Needs more! Aftermarket turbo
kits are available.
Chassis stiffness: The 5th gen
Prelude ('91-'01) has a noticeably
stiffer chassis than the S14.
Build quality: There are more rattles,
and the interior feels quite a bit
cheaper than the Prelude's or even the
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