I bought my car, never test driven by others, with 3 miles on it. She now has 218K and runs like she's still new. All the power, all the beauty, all orginial parts including engine & transmission! I'm finally ready to sell her, and find it so hard as I know I'll never own another car like this (hardwood floors winning out). The power makes this car fast, furious and fun. The handling is beyond perfect, and head turning quota off the charts. As a female owner, I loved being in the league with the mostly male owners of this car and everywhere I go am constantly asked if I will sell it. Sadly, my answer will now be yes. Hardly any expenses aside from normal upkeep. A dream to own!
Power and speed. This car knows how to handle curves. The design is sexy and strong, the inside tight an efficient. Great T top design, looks great in and out. Seats are comfortable but no room for adults in the back seat of my 2+2 unless they are short and small, but great for having extra space.
This car doesn't handle well in snow, ice, hard rain/sleet as it is wheel rear driven and front heavy so it will slide. Have a back up car for bad weather. A small price to pay for an amazing car that you will fall in love with if you are ever lucky enough to own one.
My 1996 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 is amazing. I just got it a couple of weeks ago and I can't stop driving it. Although it's not the twin turbo model, it is still got a lot kick to it. The bose sound system and t-tops add to the ultimate driving experience. The original sticker price was way to high when first released, but now that I could afford it, I went for it. No Regrets either!
My favorite features on the car are the sound system, t-bar roof, and smooth 5-speed manual transmission.
Although I would dream of bring a beverage in my Z, there are no cupholders.
I bought this car in 1996 and I am in
love with it. My girlfriend is
jealous of it. It is dark green with
leather and an automatic tranny. You
are probably wondering why i would
want an automatic in a sports car. I
tell you what though its just as quick
and a lot easier to drive. I put some
17" enkei rims on it and it looks
This car was my dad's and my dream car.
We dreamed of owning it when we first
saw pre-production models in '89 (my
dad works for Nissan so we were in the
know about it). Because of its price,
we weren't able to afford for the six
years it was on sale in America. In
2001 we found a black 1996 2+2 NA with
a fair amount of miles on it but in
perfect condition. It is a fast car
that handle's perfectly. The styling is
beautiful and unforgettable. It is very
comfortable inside and the dash and
controls are futuristically and
conveniently incorporated around the
driver. The only bad
The styling is beautiful. The car is
incredibly fast. There is enough torque
throughout the RPM range; the car eats
up mountains like nothing. It's very
comfortable inside with all the
controls surrounding the driver. I've
never seen another car with such an
The major downfall of the car is the
huge blind-spot behind the driver's
left shoulder. It's hard to see cars
to the left of the vehicle.
The gas-mileage is also low. My NA gets
about 17 street/19
high-way. I'm sure the twin-turbo gets
better mileage than the NA.
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