- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $1,500.00)
- 1979 nissan 280 zx 69000 original miles california blue plate z no reserve!
- 1996 nissan maxima, no reserve
- 2004 nissan maxima 3.5l v6 auto 1 owner low mileage loaded sunroof(US $12,900.00)
- 2006 nissan 350z base coupe 2-door 3.5l
- 2007 nissan xterra 4.0l v6 6-speed running boards 65k texas direct auto(US $12,980.00)
- 2007 nissan maxima sl sedan 4-door 3.5l front end damage great for parts!
- 1982 280zx datsun by nissan 0ne owner 22k mi south florida(US $9,500.00)
- 1977 nissan 280z 2x2(US $4,250.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $5,200.00)
- 1978 nissan datsun 280z project car, great condition(US $3,900.00)
- 1980 nissan/datsun 280zx hard top w/1983 t top parts car
- Scott hoppe(US $5,000.00)
- 1982 nissan 280zx, non turbo, t-tops, spoilers, great pioneer 10 speaker sound(US $3,250.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l
- 2011 nissan altima 2.5 sl sedan sunroof htd leather 57k texas direct auto(US $16,980.00)
- 2007 nissan pathfinder se 4l v6 24v automatic rear wheel drive suv(US $12,991.00)
- 1980 280zx 5-speed t-tops new paint runs & drives great
- 1983 nissan 280zx 2+2 sport coupe with 23,000 1 florida owner miles no reserev
- Datsun 280z / ferrari gto - mcburnie - 3.6k miles - replica interior & body(US $35,000.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx 2+2 sport coupe with 23,000 1 florida owner miles no reserev
- 1979 nissan 280zx 2+2 coupe 64k(US $6,500.00)
- 2008 nissan altima 2.5 auto cruise ctrl spoiler 53k mi texas direct auto(US $13,780.00)
- 2006 nissan frontier se king cab v6 side steps 47k mi texas direct auto(US $12,980.00)
- 2007 convertible grand touring leather htd seats bose nissan 350z 350 z 57k(US $17,420.00)
- 280zx coupe 5 spd manual runs great blue white stripes(US $4,990.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $1,750.00)
- 1983 nissan zx.2 0wner, low mileage,69244 miles sharp!!!(US $9,999.99)
- 1983 nissan 280zx special gold edition(US $5,000.00)
- Datsun nissan 1983 280 zx turbo 2+2 tt all original, a great runner.(US $9,999.00)
- 1979 nissan 280zx chevy chevrolet 350 conversion no reserve
- Classic 1982 datsun 280 zx in perfect working condition fresh oct reg tags+smog
- 1981 nissan 280zx gl turbo coupe 2-door 2.8l
- 1982 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $35,000.00)
- 1982 nissan 280zx 2+2 turbo t-tops - datsun - custom fiberglass wide body
- 1981 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l good engine! needs brakes.
- 1981 datsun 280 zx(US $10,000.00)
- Datsun, 280 zx turbo,t-tops,auto,new tires,last year datsun badge was on car!(US $6,500.00)
- 1982 datsun 280 zx 2+2, 5 spd, no reserve
- 1981 datsun 280zx gl turbo t-tops auto 109k 2-owner worldwide no reserve
- 1982 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l
- 1979 nissan 280zx with chevrolet 350 v8 datsun z car no reserve
- Datsun 350 chevy v8 400 hp hybrid z coupe red excellent condition conversion
- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l
- Datsun, 280 zx turbo, t-tops, books, records, window sticker, no reserve
- Datsun 280zx
- 1983 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $4,000.00)
- '83 datsun 280zx, runs good, everyday driver(US $2,000.00)
- 1982 datsun 280zx 2+2 need to sell asap(US $2,600.00)
- 1977 nissan 280z(US $4,925.00)
- 1981 datsun nissan 280zx turbo gl package with t-tops 53,000 miles
- Rare collectors car - 1982 nissan 280zx - exceptional condition(US $16,995.00)
- 1979 280zx with chevrolet 350 v8 conversion , quick and reliable daily driver.(US $7,450.00)
- 1988 nissan 280xz turbo, leather interior and digital dash(US $3,400.00)
- 1983 280zx turbo automatic
- 1983 nissa 280zx, blue(US $3,600.00)
- 1981 280zx 2-door none-turbo 2 seater
- 1979 nissan datsun 280zx hardtop 2 seater
- 1980 black 10th anniversary edition! low miles great condition 831 of 3000
- 1983 nissan datsun 280zx turbo (2+2) 2-door 2.8l
Nissan 280ZX Price Analytics
About Nissan 280ZXThe Nissan S130 chassis was sold as the Datsun 280ZX, Nissan Fairlady Z and Nissan Fairlady 280Z, depending on the market. It was a sports coupé produced from 1978 to 1983. It was the second generation Z-car, replacing the Datsun 260Z/280Z in late 1978. The 280ZX was the first time where the "By Nissan" subscript was badged alongside the Datsun logo, along with the Nissan trucks. The 280ZX was Motor Trends Import Car of the Year for 1979. The 280ZX was replaced by the Nissan 300ZX in 1984.
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We could be in for a big push from Nissan in the manufacturing realm if Vice President of US Sales and Marketing Fred Diaz has anything to say about it. Speaking to the Automotive Press Association recently, Diaz (above) expressed a desire to build some 85 percent of the vehicles Nissan sells to Americans in the US, claiming it will happen "in the very near future." Nissan has already moved to increase exports of its US-built products, and in 2013, it built just over 76 percent of the models it sold in this market within our country's borders.
"Any issues of us taking advantage of the value of the yen, we want to dispel that," Diaz told reporters, pointing out the contentious issue of currency manipulation. There's also the obvious goal of positive PR - Americans like things made in America, and they like companies that invest in America. Diaz is quick to point out that Nissan had done just that: "While a lot of people retrenched [during the recession], instead we leaned into it and we continued investing and in fact made over $5 billion in investments, bringing a lot of production from Japan to the United States and to Mexico," Diaz said, pointing out that Nissan has helped create 8,000 jobs through its investments.
Nissan runs three factories in the US, two in Tennessee and one in Mississippi. Between the three, production is up 22 percent, while the overall exports from the facilities have increased by 100,000 units, Diaz told reporters.
Remember when they called the Nissan GT-R a supercar-slayer? You can drop the "slayer" part, because the Japanese brute known as Godzilla has long since grown from an ankle-biter nipping at the heels of giants to a giant in its own right. And if that's the case with the "basic" GT-R, it's certainly the case with the new GT-R Nismo.
While the base price for the GT-R has breached the six-figure mark, the Nismo version has just been priced ten bucks shy of $150k. Factor in the $1,595 destination charge and you're looking at a $151,585 sticker price. That may seem like a lot for a Nissan, but bear in mind what you're getting for all that scrap: the GT-R Nismo's 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 has been optimized to deliver 600 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels.
We've yet to see official performance stats, but considering that the base GT-R hits 60 in 2.6 seconds with 55 hp and 18 lb-ft less muscle, the Nismo version ought to teach a lesson or two to exotic supercars costing twice or even ten times as much. Just check it out in the videos and press release below.
The Nissan Juke is one of the most polarizing vehicles on the road today, but that doesn't mean it hasn't been a sales success, especially in Europe. Nissan is giving the the CUV its first styling refresh at the Geneva Motor Show. While the design changes will almost certainly be universal, the mechanical changes are still somewhat of a mystery for the US market. Nissan makes it clear in its press release below that it covers only the European model, and details about the North American model are coming later.
The exterior changes put a focus on making the Juke look a bit more angular and sporty. The lights on the fenders are now formed into a jagged point and somewhat echo the boomerang-shaped taillights. It also features Nissan's new, thicker V-shaped chrome grille. The door mirrors receive LED turn signals, and the lower portion of the rear receives a simulated mesh grille to look more aggressive. Other than some new color schemes, the interior is basically unchanged. However, the luggage area has been reshaped to increase storage capacity by 40 percent to 12.5 cubic feet (354 liters).
European buyers are getting a new 1.2-liter DIG-T turbocharged engine with 113 horsepower (115PS) and 140 pound-feet of torque (190Nm), and the 1.6 DIG-T also gets an increased compression ratio to produce 188 hp and is offered with either a six-speed manual or Nissan's Xtronic CVT. The all-wheel-drive system has also been upgraded with a torque vectoring system.
There has been ongoing talk of an Infiniti using the Nissan GT-R powertrain practically since the moment the Nissan's flagship sports coupe hit the road. While the rumors have gone back and forth over the years, they have never completely gone away. It seems Infiniti is finally turning an ear to the screams of its most vocal enthusiasts with an updated version of the Q50 Eau Rouge concept boasting a modified version of Godzilla's engine and all-wheel drive system debuting at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It's even taking things a step further and granting it a new, seven-speed transmission to replace the Nissan's six-speed.
The latest evolution of the Eau Rouge packs the same 3.8-liter, twin turbocharged V6 found in the GT-R but with a unique tune of 560 horsepower and 443 pound-feet (600 Newton-meters) of torque. That makes it 15 hp more powerful than the standard 2015 GT-R but gives up 20 lb-ft of torque. Power gets to the ground through the GT-R's all-wheel-drive system. Infiniti predicts that the Eau Rouge would sprint to 60 miles per hour in less than 4 seconds and on to a top speed of 180 mph.
According to Infiniti Communications Senior Manager Kyle Bazemore in an email to Autoblog, the modded GT-R powertrain was not the only choice for the Eau Rouge. It also considered "developing a high-power sports diesel" and hybrid versions with an electric supercharger. However, "this was the clear solution for this concept car," Bazemore said. Other than the drivetrain, the Eau Rouge in Switzerland is identical to the one shown in Detroit. Sadly, it is not confirmed for production; so we might not be getting the fabled Infiniti GT-R sedan any time soon. Still, we can hope.
Using cameras in place of a car's rearview mirrors has long been a feature of pie-in-the-sky concept cars, although so far, it's failed to translate into the world of production vehicles. Nissan is looking to change that, though, with its new Smart Rearview Mirror.
With a flick of a switch, drivers can jump back and forth between what they'd normally see through the rearview mirror and the camera's feed from the back of the car.
The Smart Rearview Mirror blends everything we know about traditional reflective glass mirrors with a video feed from the rear of the car into a form factor that's immediately recognizable to the average motorist. With a flick of a switch, drivers can jump back and forth between what they'd normally see through the rearview mirror and the camera's feed from the back of the car. The mirror itself features an integrated LCD display with a four-to-one aspect ratio.
We'll admit, we're quite excited about the Nissan Juke Nismo RS, especially now that its price has been revealed. For $26,120, you can get the sharpest, sportiest Juke outside of the over-caffeinated, 545-horsepower Juke R.
That base price reflects the cost of the Juke Nismo RS you really want - the front-drive model, complete with six-speed manual. Snagging an all-wheel-drive, CVT-equipped version will cost an extra $2,000. Those prices don't include an *$810 destination charge.
The Juke Nismo RS boasts an extra 18 hp and 26 pound-feet of torque over the 197-hp Juke Nismo, thanks to things like a new exhaust. The big, must-have feature, though, are the Recaro thrones fitted in the front of the RS. As we said when the hot Juke debuted in LA last year, the seats alone may be worth upgrading to the RS model.
Newport Convertible Engineering, the Southern California company that can't keep its top on, has revealed on its website that it is now producing three different droptop versions of the Nissan GT-R Convertible. It's just another page in its work with high-end offerings like the new Range Rover and the Jaguar XJ. NCE owner Al Zadeh tells Autoblog that the superfast speedster came about during a trip to Abu Dhabi, when clients of his that collectively owned ten GT-Rs said they wanted him to engineer a convertible. They didn't want to see pictures, though, "They wanted to touch it and see it," he said.
So he built a convertible with a traditional, unadorned soft tonneau cover (the white one in our gallery) and another with hard tonneau cover fitted with roll hoops and a low-rise dual cowl (the blue one). When the clients saw it, "They said they wanted something more glamorous," Zadeh said. So he came up with the black version above with a hard tonneau cover and can't-miss-it cowling that, frankly, looks pretty good to us in that color and with those wheels.
Clients satisfied, the order books have opened for other GT-R owners around the world. The most restrained version runs $29,500 to build, the other two retail for $49,000, and all of them require a donor GT-R and eight weeks to finish. With facilities in SoCal, Europe and the Middle East, you won't even have to send your Godzilla too far away if this is the look you've decided it just has to have.
The Titan has continued to sit in a corner of Nissan's front yard, taken out on occasion but largely unloved, the same way you see a project truck in a neighbor's driveway that makes you wonder, "Are they ever going to do anything with that?" The fullsize pickup made the news about six months ago when reports surfaced that the next generation would offer a Cummins diesel engine that had originally been meant for Ram, then it returned to the shadows.
According to a report from Edmunds, the Titan will return to the spotlight in about a year, with the unveil of the 2016 model planned for next year's Detroit Auto Show. Along with that oil-burner, it will bring a gasoline V6 engine, a complete redesign and a regular cab configuration to finally give it a fighting chance against the thick end of the light-duty truck market. Toyota gets pressed for the molasses-like sales of the Tundra, but that fullsize entrant sold 7,890 units in January and 10,988 in December 2013. Nissan sold 887 Titans in January, 1,284 in December 2013 and broke 2,400 US sales in a single month just once in four years. (The segment-leading Ford F-150, for reference, sold 46,536 units in January.)
An entry-level model and a regular cab option should give the Titan a welcome and overdue sales boost. Better power numbers and fuel economy for the V8 would probably go a long way, too. We expect to start getting glimpses of its future later this year.
Nissan's funky Juke mini-CUV is set to get a refresh at next week's Geneva Motor Show. If you're thinking that the Japanese automaker will take the opportunity to scale-back some of the crossover's polarizing exterior, think again: Nissan claims the new vehicle will feature an "even more striking design." And with stronger-than-expected sales worldwide for the model, we don't see the company's designers capitulating with a meek-faced mid-life update.
For now, the only look we have of this "striking design" is the teaser image shown up top (go ahead and click on it for a closer look). Nissan is also promising improvements in efficiency and refinement, although what that means for the Juke's fun-to-drive character is unclear.
Because we live in an age dominated by social media, the new Juke will perform a slow striptease on a variety of social networks, according to Nissan. It won't be a full reveal, but there should be some clues as to what the CUV's overall look will evolve into, before it's shown in all its glory in Geneva.
There's plenty of space in Canada. In fact, with the second largest land mass of any country in the world, Canada has a population density of just nine people per square mile. But apparently there isn't enough room for more than one cheap Nissan in the True North, Strong and Free.
As you may recall, Nissan Canada recently announced it would begin offering the Micra hatchback with a starting price of less than ten thousand Canadian dollars - significantly less than the nearly $12k it charges for the Versa sedan. As a result, Nissan will reportedly cease offering the Versa sedan in new home of the olympic gold medal for hockey.
Apparently the Versa was a slow seller in Canada, a country in which European tastes tend to prevail - particularly in the Eastern provinces - more than they do in the United States to the south. Nissan evidently hopes that the Micra (a model created principally for the European market) will do better than the American-centric Versa ever did there. According to sales numbers cited by Automotive News, Nissan sold barely more than 12,000 Versa sedans and hatchbacks in Canada last year, but over 117,000 in the United States.