by michaelb1236 on Dec 19, 2011 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 2dr Coupe
The 90's Z is by far the best vehicles of its era. Its a tripple treat, Style, Comfort, and Performance. Ive owed a 91 300zx for a little over 4 years. the overall design is out standing from its 3l V6 to the exterior design, flawless interior and performance. The z one of the best sports cars to date. Handling in the vehicle is optimal with its front engine RWD makes cornering a blast. If you find your self on a curvy road, you will find no greater experience. The 300zX is a sport "luXury" car, it does not cheat you out of any equipment however the suspension is designed with only one thing in mind performance. over all the z is a magnificent car driven to trill.
by J. Stein on Oct 14, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2dr Coupe
This thing handles like no other car I've owned-put a set of sticky tires on it & give me a wicked turning road, and I'm in hog heaven. Also the advertised mileage for it, in my case at least,, is a bit low. I've seen as high as 26 mpg on road trips. Can't complain about that! I always thought this model was the sharpest looking one of the bunch, hands down.
by Stephen on Jun 21, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 2dr Coupe
I really love this car, it drives so smooth and handles way better than most other cars on the road. It has plenty of speed for a 20 year old car, and the interior is amazing. Repairs can be costly but if you take care of it, it will last a very long time. They are also very fun to customize although it requires a lot of knowledge and skill plus a lift lol.
by Dorfnair on Apr 17, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 2dr Coupe
Having driven sports cars for some 45 years, the 90-96 300ZX is the best bang for the buck out there. Can be a boulevard cruiser, interstate cruiser and best of all, a quick, handling, back roads burner. Maintenance will depend on previous ownership. Find a good one (not easy) and upkeep will not be prohibitive. Is a pleasure to own and drive and still turns heads 14-20 years later. As one reviewer wrote in 1990, "best sports car ever!"
by colin on Aug 15, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2dr Coupe
My 300zx was an amazing car!! They all are. I loved the way it performed. Even though it was a non turbo it is still pretty quick sitting at 220hp stock. I have NEVER even sat in a car that handles better than a 300zx. It just grips the road so well. Unfortunately mine was a hole in my wallet and everyone around where I live that owned one that I have talked to said the same thing. That's why I sold my baby. But if you have the money its worth the buy!!!! these cars are so much fun!!!!
by Paul Machicao on Nov 26, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 2dr Coupe
I first bought this car used from a guy in March of 08. I loved this car a lot. Of all the cars I have driven it's the most fun to drive (mostly due to manual). But 3 months later the clutch went out (partially due to learning stick on this car). I think the clutch was never replaced though. Replaced this and then 2 weeks later the car wouldn't start. Replaced that assuming it was just because of age but it did it again 3 or 4 months later and replaced once again. Strangely enough at a car show I met someone who knew the guy and said he used it as a project car. So I am thinking that may be one reason why the car always had to be repaired.
For the past year i have been having problems with my 1991 300zx twin turbo , i have been experiencing the clutch slipping , i have replace the clutch , clutch master cylinder , slave cylinder , the c...
I have a 1991 Nissan 300zx 2+2 N/A automatic. I am getting 31 MPG on highways! I can't believe it. I tested out a total of 4 times. My gas tank was full with gasoline and with a lot of junk in the bac...
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