When I purchased this car I loved it. It needed a few new parts to get it running but when I got it running I absolutely loved it. The NX given the B13 chassis and the SE-R sport suspension made this a fun car to drive. The sound of the exhaust just gets my adrenaline pumping. It's been referred to as the baby skyline because of the potential that the engine and chassis have just like the skyline. Already great, well balanced car with even more room for improvements. I absolutely love my car. I have been rebuilding it for about a year now turning it into a good looking tuner street car. You will be hard pressed to find a more fun car to drive
Bought car new in 1991 to drive to work. Good acceleration, great handling, interior space is limited but what do you expect? MPG are in the low twenties but depends on how hard you drive it. No rust. The only problem is the struts to the hatchback, after two pair I use a broom. Its not like I use it for a truck.
by socalnx on Aug 22, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan NX
With a curb weight of around 2300, a 2litre motor makes this car go fast. Add some performance into the suspension, and this car will go fast around the bends too. Fun to drive and unique, avoid the automatic tranny to keep it real.
by Scenespin on May 15, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan NX
Had this car for a little over a year now and it's been nothing but fun and reliable. Aside from the Ttop seals leaking, this machine is SOLID. Super fast city car. If a quick commute across the city at 80-90km/h is what you're in for, consider this about as necessary as any modern sport compact. Only majors needed since purchase were fuel pump and struts. Handles like my old 914 at high speeds! Good luck fitting anyone in the back. If you're 6', don't bother. It's a clipper ship in a bottle. New rims(17's), tires, chip it, exhaust and stereo = blow 95civis off the road. o_O
by jimdeansmith on Jul 3, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan NX
Bought this car for my son a couple
years ago, and since he has left I have
been driving it. I did not pay much for
it, and other than clutches, (2 in
55,000 miles, while being driven by a
ticket magnet) it has been quite
reliable. With the top off on a twisty
mountain road, it is more fun than just
about anything I have driven. Both fast
and quick. Radio sucks, lots of the
plastic is really starting to look bad,
but for 2300 bucks, what do you want?
by munibond on Apr 29, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan NX
Handling is first rate; this is a 2+1/2
passenger go-cart. Performance is
pretty contemporary, 0-60 in 6.8
seconds if you can afford a new clutch
every year and 7.4 seconds for the rest
of us. Expect to get about 20 mpg in
the city, 28mpg in mixed driving. The
car is very pleasant to drive at
highway speeds. Engine noise is muted
and the car tracks beautifully. Seats
are comfortable for two; consider the
back seat for small kids only. Plenty
of cargo room with the seat folded.
Interior fabrics are look cheap and
wear quickly. Radio stinks.
thantry-I purchased a 93 NX2000 brand new in august of 1993. I was in love with this car from the moment I drove my girlfriend's 1992 NX2000. I flew from Miami, FL to Youngstown, OH just to get it in ...
I think the '89 Maxima (4DSC the called it at the time)was the beginning of a rebirth for Nissan. The SR20 powered Sentra, G20, and NX came out right as Honda killed the CRX and replaced it with the ...
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