No problems whatsoever after 2 yrs.
Exterior styling is great; I get many
compliments. The car is rare. Love the
rear wheel drive. Handling/cornering is
perfect. Interior is cheap (common
complaint with Nissan cars). With 47k
miles on it, and I'm starting to hear
some rattles from the dashboard area.
Stock steering wheel in the SE is to
thin. A thicker, leather-wrapped wheel
would be a huge improvement. (My '91 SE
with every option was a better car.)
The backseat is basically useless.
The 155 hp not enough, but it still
A lot of fun to drive. Gets a lot of
attention. I definitely recommend it.
Buying a 97 the factory tires had been
replaced so me opting for better ones
would not really be any suggestion. But
when you do put performance tires on
this car it handels like it is on
rails. If you think the ride is to
harsh you are to old and should drive a
dangerous, wasteful SUV!
The Styling. The amazing aftermarket
support and handeling. The only area
this car lacks is the straight line
speed and it is not to shabby at that.
You can fix that with an SR engine (I
have one) from japan.
I think the spoiler should have been
replace with the factory japanese Aero
Package spoiler. And the factory
japanese engine putting out over 220HP
to the REAR wheels. This is a true
sports car not a front wheel drive
honda pretender. I would know I once
drove an Acura Integra GS-R.
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