1995 Nissan Skyline R33 GTS 2.5 Direct Electronic Fuel Injection from Australia and New Zealand


An excellent high performance bargain


The clutch started slipping and gave out a stench. The mechanic told it it was due to me riding the clutch.

The door has some clicking noises in it when riding over bumps.

The dash construction has some clicking noises inside too which I do not know how to remedy.

General Comments:

Extremely reliable although costly to run car. The parts are not very easy to come by as imports are frowned upon.

Well looked after will give many years of rewarding speedy drives.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 16th June, 2003

1995 Nissan Skyline GTS25 2.5 from Australia and New Zealand


Good, solid car with subtle, but sporty looks


Air con leaked, and was finally traced to TX valve in passenger compartment. Cost NZ$250 to fix.

Leather around handbrake is worn to the threads, but doesn't look too bad.

Paint finish needs a really good polish - maybe the salty air on the transport ship from Japan was to blame...

General Comments:

This car is pretty quick, even though its not a turbo model.

I drive 200km per day to get to work and back, and the 2.5 liter engine allows really good cruising.

100kph equates to 2,000 revs - not bad at all!

Fuel consumption (roughly worked out) is 32mpg.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 2nd February, 2003

1995 Nissan Skyline GTR-R33 V-spec 2.6 twin turbo from UK and Ireland


There is no better


Fortunately nothing as yet as only 5000 miles covered since acquired. However should anything go wrong, time to get a second job!

General Comments:

This car is an import from Japan.

Absolutely fabulous. Stunning performance and poise, arouses much interest (perhaps too much), is difficult therefore to be used everyday for mundane things. Scared to leave it in a car park etc. Difficult to find anywhere to service the thing as imports seem to be frowned upon.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th June, 2000

21st Apr 2001, 18:11

Question - you had a Nissan 200sx before this skyline - how much more powerful does it feel? Does it pull a lot stronger? How does the extra power cope with the extra weight?

19th Jun 2001, 13:28

What kind of a question is that? 200SX vs a Skyline? Think about this... the Skyline is a fat and heavy car. Throw that fat car to 60 miles an hour at 5 seconds - you better catch your teeth as they fall into your throat. SKYLINE IS KING. There is no other.

Going to get one soon in yellow. 20 years.