by 2manyToys on May 4, 2008 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan 300ZX Turbo 2dr Coupe
I have loved the Z line of cars as long as I could remember. Once I has the chance to own a Z32 (chassis code for 1990-1996) I had to do just that. I bought the car to have fun with on the week ends, but loved the car so much! I couldn't stay out of it. I drove it on 1000mi + road several times. It was comfortable, easy to use, & just fun to be in! Though as with any older turbo car, it did become high maintenance. I work on my own cars, and the Z32 is not as hard as it looks to work on, but it's still not easy. My advice is to replace any & all rubber hoses, first thing when you get one.
by Stan on Jul 21, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan 300ZX Turbo 2dr Coupe
Probably one of the best values ever,
truly a budget supercar. Basically a
400hp engine tuned down to 300 from the
factory, with a few simple changes you
get a cheap and near instant 325-350 hp
at the rear wheels. Strong aftermarket
support will get you to 700hp+. Still
amazing after 15 years since its
release, this Z is still ahead of many
cars technologically. This car had
computer controlled 4 wheel steering and
digital climate control at a time when
most manufactures were trying to get
their automatic transmissions and cruise
control to work. The Z32 is one of the
greatest cars ever. I know I'll never
by Joeywf on Mar 13, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Nissan 300ZX Turbo 2dr Coupe
These cars are too cool.
I own serveral nice cars "Lincoln LS V-
8" "Porche 911" "Audi TT" "BMW Z-3"
I like the Nissan Z car over the
rest. Performance, fun and quality
all in one. Get more looks, questions
and attention in the 300zxTT.
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