1991 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr STD Hatchback - sold

Price: $11,000

Consignment: Yes

Location: Denver

Odometer: 63,250 miles

Exterior Color:  Red

Interior: Black

Title Status: Clean

Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Transmission

Additional Specs: Leather Seats, Sunroof/Moonroof, Alloy Wheels

Availability: Test drives available by appointment

  • Vehicle Overview

    The Nissan 300ZX produced from 1990-1996 is known as the Z32. At the time of production it competed with the Mazda RX7, Toyota Supra and Mitsubishi 300GT for Japanese sports car supremacy. Before a twin turbo version arrived the only option was a naturally aspirated 24 valve, 3.0 liter V-6 good for 222 horsepower. Car & Driver test results from August 1989 indicate 0-60 times could be achieved in 6.7 seconds. With a short-throw 5 speed manual and a limited slip differential this is a very capable sports car, even by today standards. The 300ZX has become a modern classic with a cult following and these vehicles are regularly seen at Cars & Coffee events around the country.

  • Standard Features

    - 3.0-liter twin cam 24 valve V-6 with variable valve timing that produces 222 horsepower and 198 pound-feet of torque at 4,800 rpm.

    - 5 speed manual transmission with a viscous limited slip differential.

    - 16-inch alloy wheels shod with brand new 225 50 16 tires

    - Four-piston front calipers with ABS

    - Automatic climate control system

    - Bose sound system

    - Originally optioned as a t-top

  • Condition Report

    This is a one owner Colorado car with just 65,000 miles covered since new. The vehicle is presented in stock form with no aftermarket modifications. Recent repairs include:

    - Replaced trailing rods

    - Replaced steering rack

    - Installed new Advanta ER700 tires

    - Transmission drain plug was replaced

    - Power steering flush

    - Alignment

    - Oil change


    A professional detail was just completed and the paint looks absolutely stunning, the interior is also in very good condition. Driving this car is fun, and with so few clean examples still on the road we caught a few thumbs up from other motorists. While not as potent as its twin turbo sibling, the naturally aspirated 300ZX is plenty capable and fun to drive. The steering feels light and nimble while the suspension soaks up road bumps with ease. With the t-tops safely stowed in the trunk this car was perfect for a sunny drive. The only issue we noticed was a low idle, an issue which is apparently quite common with these cars. A Carfax and complete diagnostic report from Hotchkis Automotive are available upon request.

  • Why it's a Cult Car

    This vehicle is being sold on consignment through Cult Cars LLC, a licensed Colorado auto dealer, a $299 dealer and handling fee will be added to the final sale price. Please contact us with questions on this modern classic!

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