I still have her at 607K+.
Yes, a bit underpowered, but such a mechanically sound car.
Simple maintenance and regular driving will keep this engine for many years and even 15 years later, is still a cute little car.
Only aesthetic prob that exists w/lot of Nissans is that the paint decays faster - not sure why, but true.
Man. tranny is one of the easiest and long-lasting - clutch replaced at 582K for 1st time.
Was just in shop for radiator replacement (and brake pads) - original radiator so figure can't beat that.
AC is still strong and has never needed work (other than hoses, etc.) and always a pleasure to drive.
Will keep running her until she finally dies-Best car ever had.
I bought the car brand new nearly 5 years ago. Since then the only major problem I've had a small leak that the transmission developed after 2 years. Dealership replaced the transmission seal within 2 days and I haven't been back since.
The car has so much punch for it's size that people who ride it, can't believe what they see. Good handeling, great brakes, looks so sweet when polished and clean that you get compliments from strangers. Plenty of trunk space to boot!! Fuel economy could be better, but then again, the car just begs to be driven hard. I'd buy another if they still made them.
I bought my 200 sx se in june 2001, it
had 30,000 miles on it with no previous
service repairs. 70,000 miles later it
starts on the first try. This car has
treated me very well considering all
the punishment that i have put it
through. This car has treated me very
well and very fun to drive.
I bought my Nissan new in 1997 and have not had any problems since I purchased it. I now have 250,000 miles on it and it still runs great and gets 37 mpg. The car is fun to drive and would recommend it to any of my friends. I plan on keeping my Nissan as long as I can.