Along the winding road of automotive history, certain vehicles become targets for the sort of owners who want to put a personal touch on their ride. Stance, stickers, and now, sick clouds. Once a car becomes popular with said crowd, unmodified examples become few and far between. The 240SX was such a car, and most were chopped up long ago. However, a few slipped through the net and managed to remain original. Presenting a stock 240SX, from 1992. The 240SX was the aerodynamic, modern successor to the blocky and not-so-successful 200SX. Nissan utilized the same S platform for its new 240 model, introducing its new two-door for the 1989 model year. To most other markets, 240SX was known as Silvia, a name Nissan used on coupe offerings since 1964. 240SX was available in two body styles from the start: a glassy liftback, and a more upright coupe. Liftbacks were available in three trims: base, SE, and LE. The coupe extended the trim range with an XE slotted between the base and SE. All trims for the first two model years carried a naturally-aspirated 2.4-liter inline-four (140hp). Outside of North America, the 180SX and Silvia were available with a 1.8-liter turbocharged mill. Transmissions… Read full this story
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