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Nissan 300ZX (1990 - 1996)

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300zx Z32 twin turbo targa top (import)

reviewed by Tim B on 1 May 2014
5
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How it drives
4
Fuel economy
5
Running costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
4
How practical it is
5
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Overall reliability

The drive of my life - unbelievable performance, handling and reliability.

First of all you do not buy a 300zx twin turbo if you have any interest in mpg and fuel costs. The mighty 300zx is a car for the out and out driver whose only interest is the feeling he gets from driving!! In this respect (and being unable to afford the Lambos, Ferraris and DB9's in this world) the 300zx is in a class of its own. The noise from the exhausts turns heads wherever you go, however you drive it. It's looks, albeit 22 years old, are not out of place amongst today's Lambo/Ferrari/Aston Martin range toppers. Although my 300zx has automatic transmission, there are no vehicles able to equal the acceleration from a standing start in my neck of the woods. Porsche 911 turbo - looks nice in my rear view mirror disappearing in the distance behind me. Same for all the Ferraris circa 1992-2000. Lambos too. Induction kit, remapped standard ecu and you have a 550bhp monster all handled by the existing chassis and running gear!! All wheel steering makes it unbeatable in the corners and all this for just £2150 with £370 fully comp insurance, £225 road tax. Wow.

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