1990 Nissan 300ZX 3.0L V6 5-speed Manual Consumer Review - Hands down most fun car

1990 Nissan 300ZX - Consumer Review

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GS 2dr Hatchback (3.0L V6 5-speed Manual)

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5 of 9 people found this review helpful
Hands down most fun car EVER
By OC60s300z on


1990 Nissan 300ZX GS 2dr Coupe


I've only had this car for about 4 months but this car handles and accelerates better than some V8 cars I've owned/driven. I bought it with it needing injectors. Since then, it is absolutely AWESOME! I have a '93 twin turbo Stealth R/T, & a '00 Mustang GT and even w/ the Z being a non-turbo, it'll whip BOTH their a$$es, feels like a more solid, quality built car & is a lot more fun to drive. Just beware of mashing the gas halfway into a corner- it likes to swap ends, & get "squirrely". It'll also turn the back tires into pollution pretty easily at stop lights. Even being 20 yrs old, the styling/design has held up really well. I was in love w/ these cars when i was in H.S. & still am.

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Styling, in & out, is outstanding! For an un-modified N/A car, the performance is great. The T-Tops are a lot of fun in the summer and more secure than a convertible. Even being 20 yrs old (my) T-Tops don't leak. Very comfortable, supportive seats- more than our Caravan or wife's Chrysler 300M

Suggested Improvements

Parts/labor/repairs/maintenance are expensive(but worth it). Could use a cup holder or 2. People CONSTANTLY staring and asking what kind of car it is- if you're bothered by that sorta thing- does get a little annoying at times! What an imperfection!
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