1995 Nissan 200SX SE 1.6L GA16DE from North America


Great commuter/starter car, never regreated purchasing it.


I am currently on my 3rd transmission (2nd one that was installed was no good.)

Engine mount has broken at least 2 times.

Intake Manifold has cracked.

Driver seat back rest broke and the seat is worn.

Driver seat will no longer move up.

All internal lights are no longer working.

Replaced alternator. (Would have been a Quick fix if I had loosened the correct bolt)

Driver side fog lamp stopped working.

General Comments:

I am very impressed with the comfort and reliability of this car.

Even though it could use a bit more power it is over all quite sporty.

Interior is very spacious and comfortable.

AC still blows cold on hot days and the heater can cook you on cold nights.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 11th January, 2003

1995 Nissan 200SX s14 2.0 turbo from Australia and New Zealand


High performance at a low price


Clutch was not strong enough for the power of the motor.

Turbo manifold leak.

Suspension was too soft for fast cornering.

General Comments:

Slow in standard form.

Great car to modify.

They take well to modifications such as exhaust upgrades and turbo boosting 16psi.

Great rear wheel drive LSD sideways action.

Great for a drift racer.

Also great for drag racing in the four cylinder 2.0l turbo category.

Generally a fun car to drive.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th September, 2002

12th Nov 2002, 03:51

Your comments on the Nissan 200sx are spot on! I had the manifold go on me not long after I got my car (not a cheap item to replace.) I feel the performance is good for a standard car (even better if it was not d-tuned though) I was very impressed by the difference in power after I made a couple of mild and cheap mods IE. hks exhaust, b.o.v. (not affecting the power, but it sounds great) and a little boost improvement. It does lack in the cornering department, but once again a little modifying will make a lot of difference. One thing that could be improved upon is the take off power (before the turbo kicks in) but overall the car is great and I am very happy to own one.

1995 Nissan 200SX 2.0 turbo 16v petrol from UK and Ireland


Nothing wrong with 43,000 miles on the clock.

General Comments:

A very reliable motorway cruiser, manual gearbox is slick but clutch very grabby when cold! Leather seats could do with more lumbar support.

Caution: very tail happy in the wet!, but superb handling on dry roads.

Overall a real drivers car, but do something with the styling Nissan!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th June, 1998