1987 Nissan 300ZX Boldride.com – Pictures, Wallpapers

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is the name given, in much of the to the Z31 and Z32 generations of Nissan’s Z sports Like all other versions of the it was sold in Japan as the Fairlady Z, of model year.

Sold on the market from 1983 2000 and in the United States 1984 through 1996, the name followed the numerical initiated with the 240Z, put by Yutaka Katayama, the one time of Nissan Motors USA. The X had debuted with the previous Z car, the 280ZX, to signify the of luxury and comfort oriented The Z31 model of 1983 through was the more popular model, over 100,000 more sold than the Z32.

The Z31 generation featured 5 different packages. A turbocharged dual head cam 2.0L straight six found in 200zr), a turbocharged over head cam 2.0L V6 found in 200Z/ZS/ZG), a naturally single over head cam V6 (VG30E, found in 300zx), a single over head cam V6 (VG30ET, found in 300zx and a naturally aspirated dual head cam 3.0L V6 (VG30DE, in 300zr).

The Z32 came with 2 motor packages, a naturally dual over head cam V6 (VG30DE) and a twin turbocharged over head cam 3.0L V6 All Z31 and Z32 motors carried electronic injection (EFI), and were for a rear wheel drive set up. All came in either right drive, or in North America, came in left hand respectively.

Two Special Edition versions of the Z31 model were produced; a Anniversary Edition celebrated the semi-centennial in 1984 and boasted luxury features, and a Shiro released 4 years later, performance-oriented upgrades. The Z32 was virtually new at the time of its release, with nothing being carried from the Z31.

One of the most significant and obvious was the redesigned body, which had a footprint, a rounder profile fewer hard edges and a drag coefficient of .31 compared to the .30. Twin Turbocharged also featured a then-new rear wheel steering called Super HICAS, was actuated hydraulically until when Nissan switched to an actuator.

Nissan designated the 300 units earmarked for North sale in 1996 as Commemorative cars, although nothing new or to the model was actually present; In 1996 model years did not feature Nissan’s NVTC valve timing system, had been present on all Z32 generation prior to that point. continued in Japan until 2000, with styling and the addition of HID headlamps in 1998.

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In racing trim, the 300ZX several notable victories, wins in the 1986 Trans Am and 1994 24 Hours of Daytona. auto sports politics and a class win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans same year prompted the Motor Sports Association to the twin turbo engine for future competition. The 300ZX holds the E/BMS land record of 419.84 km/h mph) from the 1991 Speed Trial.

The Z32 300ZX was the first car to be sold the introduction of a 280-hp power imposed by JAMA that until 2004.

Unlike its the Z31 featured a V6 engine in the 200Z/ZS/ZG, and 300ZR, and the only Z31 to come a I6 was the Fairlady 200ZR which was available in Japan.

In its time it was a car that sold more than the latter Z32, and the old S30 pricing of an affordable sports car for the class. The Z32 300ZX changed though. It was praised by critics and during its lifetime for its performance, comfort and use of technology, but was priced higher each model damaging sales.

Car and Driver placed the car on its Ten Best for 7 consecutive years, meaning it the list during every of its availability in the United States, and Trend awarded it as the 1990 Car of the Year.

The Nissan 350Z, the Z33 generation Z-Car, succeeded the in 2003.

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