I had the clutch replaced at about 130,000 miles.
The CV boots were replaced twice, the half-shafts once.
Had a slight oil leak from the front seal. Cheap to fix.
Everything else was maintenance-related; I.e. brakes, belts, battery, tires, filters, spark plugs, etc.
This was such a fantastic car to own. I recommend A Nissan for anyone looking for a reliable car.
Both the front and back seats are comfortable, even on long trips.
It's not a race car by any means, but quick enough with a manual transmission to get you where you want to go. It also handles fine.
I got decent gas mileage (averaged about 30 MPG), although over time it began to slip a little.
When you have a car for 9 years, you tend to get attached to it. It was still running strong at 150,000 miles, only showing slight signs of aging. The only reason I got rid of it is that it was totalled when I was rear-ended by another car. The years prior to '91 were rated low when it came to accident safety; but I can tell you that the body did it's job... the front and rear of the car were smashed in and the passenger compartment remained intact. I was very sad to part with this car, but got another Nissan.