1985 Nissan Bluebird TRX Series 3 2.0L 4 cylinder from Australia and New Zealand
Good enough to drive home in
Master Cylinder seized replacing at 180000.
Original horn has failed.
Seat-belts starting to deteriorate.
Gauges are intermittent.
Car idles exceptionally high (1.5-2k rpm), despite adjusting the idle control.
This car is comfortable, and hasn't caused me too many problems, considering the amount of driving I do.
The interior looks like a scene out of "Night-Rider" because of the array of lights and controls.
Seats are exceptionally comfortable, and the car handles well, especially around corners.
Visibility is good, and the car is easy to drive, despite the lack of power steering.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 5th May, 2003
I do agree with what you say as I myself was and maybe again an onwer of the BLUEBIRD. I find that you must get a good one to have no MAJOR Problems as I had with mine, They are a great choice of car for easy fixing when things do go wrong.
I Own 3 bluebirds and they are all absolute dreams,
BUT for this result I have constantly done all servicing when necessary.