Nissan 200SX Touring Pack Reviews
Product Type: Nissan cars
Newest Review: ... to insure it, and servicing isn't too steep, it does drink petrol! However, the worst was yet to come... I bought the car ... more
Customer Nissan 200SX Touring Pack Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/03/01, updated on 29/03/01 (Very useful, 1305 readings)
I am 26 and have been a mechanic at a Classic Car Specialist for 10 years I bought a Nissan 200SX 6 months ago. The sedate styling is wonderful for blending in but give the car a second look and there is a lot to appreciate about the cars finer aspects of styling <img src="http://www.geocities.com/goosegog2000/S14FMfront.jpg"> The excellent SR20 DET engine provides ample smooth power The interior is also subtle with an entirely black combination of leather and leather print plastic. It's a feature I love, that posers probably wont! The handling of the car is one of it's finest features. You don't really have to think when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/00, updated on 20/07/00 (Useful, 861 readings)
The 200sx what a dream! and are we glad we woke up! This amazing car is like having a suitcase full of money outside your front door. We purchased an R reg for 19,995 in Jan last year, it was superb, until you put your foot on the gas and as the car picked up speed the petrol gauge dropped rapidly, what a juice gobbler this car turned out to be. Then there's the insurance.... between 1-2,000 per year. We had body repairs twice as someone decided to run a key down both sides of the car which cost between 500 & 1,000 on both occasions, and when we eventually decided to cut our losses and sell the car 9 months later it cost us 1,000 to get out of the deal. Even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/01, updated on 29/07/01 (Useful, 1665 readings)
I purchased a 200SX Touring new in May 1997. What attracted me was it's awesome 200bhp rear-wheel drive performance, packaged in a somewhat understated body. Well, there's no sense wearing your colours on your sleeve these days, a la Subaru Impreza now is there? What's more fun than blowing away BMW 328i owners, when they think you're driving some lukewarn oriental coupe! Anyway, the car is huge fun to drive, so long as you take care in the wet. The cabin provides all the creature comforts you need, and the ride is firm without being harsh. My recommendations? Go for harder Z-rated tyres as the standard V-rated covers will wear out in well under ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/00, updated on 29/06/00 (Useful, 796 readings)
I have to say that the 200SX is not a car to buy unless you enjoy pouring money down the drain. It depreciates like crazy, and the insurance is truly terrifying. If you are looking to insure one of these babes then consider this - I was quoted between £900 and £2000 to renew my insurance by ten different companies. Shop around! Once you've got the nasty bit out of the way, stay out of the town centre and get on those open roads. This car is a joy to drive. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/00, updated on 24/06/00 (Somewhat useful, 746 readings)
This Nissan is a little non-descript to look at and unknown unless you love cars. A rear wheel drive coupe this car would scare most everyday drivers who use their cars only as a mode of transport. I can not wait until I'm 25 and insurance starts getting a bit cheaper for me. But this is probably my realistic car of choice. I suppose it is the nearest to a Skyline I'll get. This car really is made for Oxfordshire's great drivers' roads. ... Read the complete review
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