Nissan 300 ZX
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Make: Nissan
Model: 300 ZX
Nissan 300 ZX

The 300ZX name was taken in accordance with the numerical convention set forth by Yutaka Katayama, the then President of Nissan Motors USA. This naming practice was to be used in the North American, European, and Australian markets. However, this was not the case in the Japanese home market, as the official name Fairlady Z is used as opposed to the name 300ZX. The Nissan 300ZX is a sports car that comprises the third and fourth generations of the Z-car line-up, and have been respectively given the chassis designations Z31 and Z32. The Z31 and Z32 feature a 3.0 liter, V6, naturally aspirated or turbocharged engine.

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Granted, both motors are from the same VG series and have the same displacement, but the output of the Z32 is greater than that of the Z31. The main difference though in the newer motor is the addition of dual overhead camshafts, and for the turbocharged version, dual intercoolers and variable valve timing. This is the reason for the difference in output and performance. Further, the Z31 chassis was designed after the previous Z-car, which was the Nissan 280ZX. Moreover, there were two special editions based on it as well.

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The 50th Anniversary Edition focused on luxury to celebrate the company’s semi-centennial in 1984. Nissan recognized that they did have some luxury type buyers, not just performance junkies. On the other hand, the Shiro Special that was released 4 years later boasted performance-oriented upgrades. Further, the styling was completely redesigned with the release of the Z32, with a slant toward finer curves and more efficient aerodynamics. The newer chassis also featured four-wheel steering, which was called Super HICAS. This was only offered in its top-of-the-line models. Then, in 1996, Nissan designated the final 300 American units the Commemorative Edition. Production of the Z32 was finished outside of the home market although it did continue in Japan until August of 2000. Go here for more specs on the Nissan 300 ZX. You can also receive  instant car shipping estimates for the Nissan 300 ZX.

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