Nissan 300ZX is a sports car produced in Japan from 1983 to 2000. In total, this model consists of two generations: Nissan 300ZX Z31 and 300ZX Z32. In some countries, this car is sold as Nissan Fairlady Z.
The 300ZX model replaces the 280ZX at Nissan dealerships. The designer in charge of the exterior of the Nissan 300ZX is Kazumasu Takagi, who in the production of the second generation of this model was replaced by the duo Toshio Yamashita Isao Sono.
Initially, the 300ZX was sold with two body types. The most popular was the 2-door coupe, and the alternative was the 2 + 2 version. Over time, Nissan expanded the 300ZX with convertibles.
Two types of gearboxes are installed on the 300ZX. The first is a 5-speed manual lever, but customers also have the option of a 4-speed automatic gearbox.
In the first years of production the Nissan 300ZX used a wide variety of 6-cylinder engines, mostly V-shaped engines with a capacity of 2 or 3 liters.
Since 1989, Nissan narrowed the lineup and began offering the 300ZX with two 3.0-liter V6 engines, one of which had two turbochargers (twinturbo).
300ZX Fuel Consumption
The fuel consumption of the Nissan 300ZX varies widely. On the highway, the 300ZX can use about 10 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers, but even if it’s speeding around town, the car can burn up to 20 liters of gasoline.
300ZX Problems & Reliability
Nissan 300ZX is considered a very practical model, despite the fact that it is a sports car. Experts and users alike have praised it for its good value for money.
Despite the relatively low purchase price, the Nissan 300ZX generates considerable maintenance costs. One of the causes of this situation is the frequent errors in this car, which apart from the important components. The disadvantages of the 300ZX are also silencing, which is insufficient and significantly reduces driving comfort.
In 1989, the Nissan 300ZX was removed from production and replaced by the Nissan 350Z. In total, nearly half a million units of the 300ZX were produced.