- *280zx turbo* 61k miles must see! free shipping / 5-yr warranty! datsun 240z(US $11,995.00)
- 1983 datsun by nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $9,800.00)
- 1983 280zx only 25,500 miles
- Nissan 280zx(US $5,800.00)
- 1979 datsun 280zx 2+2 2nd owner low miles must see!!!
- 1982 zx, black & gold, excellent motor and drive train, some new parts(US $1,950.00)
- 1980 datsun 280zx(US $19,995.00)
- 1983 280zx only 25,500 miles
- Nissan 280 zx 1979(US $2,000.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx turbo coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $10,500.00)
- 1982 zx, black & gold, excellent motor and drive train, some new parts(US $2,600.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx turbo coupe 2-door 2.8l manual(US $4,000.00)
- 1980 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l t-top(US $4,999.00)
- 1979 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l(US $1,800.00)
- 1983 datsun 280zx turbo
- 1983 datsun 280zx(US $8,500.00)
- 1980 datsun / nissan 280zx - 10th anniversary edition 55k original miles
- 1980 280zx 10th anniversary edition
- 1983 datsun 280zx 2+2 130k original miles straight 6 flathead
- 1983 datsun 280zx 2+2 130k original miles straight 6 flathead 3 days only!!
- 1978 nissan 280zx vintage race car local winner nitrous oxide(US $17,500.00)
- 1983 nissan 280zx 2+2 coupe 2-door 2.8l
- 1983 datsun 280zx 2+2 130k original miles straight 6 flathead(US $8,500.00)
- Z series 280 zx(US $4,700.00)
- Nissan 280zx, datsun, 280zx,
- 1979 nissan 280zx
- 80 datsun / nissan 280zx fairlady z jdm 280z 260z 240z sports car(US $5,800.00)
- 1983,datsun, 280zx, nissan, t-tops, 2+2, 75,000 original miles, digital dash(US $16,500.00)
- 1981 nissan 280zx base coupe 2-door 2.8l
- Nissan 280zx
- Rare barn find-1983 280zx coupe-stick-t-tops-loaded-ready to restore-no reserve
- 1981 280zx charity auction foundation for hope in africa
- 1983 datsun, 280 zx turbo,t-tops
- 1 owner rust free az 1983 nissan 280zx 5 spd datsun non turbo fairlady t tops
- 1982 280zx coupe, 5 speed. drive across country. drive anywhere. 1 owner.
- 1980 nissan 280zx gl coupe 2-door 2.8l
- Nissan 1981 280zx w/ rb20det red top motor from nissan 200zr(US $14,750.00)
- Rare nice rust free az 1978 nissan 280zx ac 4 spd s30 datsun non turbo fairlady
- 2004 nissan 350z touring auto htd leather nav 25k miles texas direct auto(US $16,980.00)
- 2014 nissan versa 1.6 s automatic cruise control 20k mi texas direct auto(US $13,780.00)
- Nissan murano awd salvage rebuildable repairable wrecked project damaged fixer(US $4,995.00)
- Alloy wheels sunroof power seat(US $5,500.00)
- 2007 nissan titan se crew cab 5.6l v8 side steps 85k mi texas direct auto(US $15,480.00)
- 2012 nissan altima 2.5 auto cruise ctrl cd player 26k! texas direct auto(US $16,780.00)
- 2002 nissan altima, no reserve
- 2002 nissan xterra 3.3l v6 auto low mileage non smoker cpo warranty(US $7,900.00)
- 1999 nissan altima, no reserve
- 1993 nissan altima gxe sedan 4-door 2.4l(US $1,200.00)
- 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)
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.
Auto blogSat, 26 Jul 2014 12:00:00 EST
Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:02:00 EST
Both of America's domestic luxury brands seem to be stuck in neutral.
It's ironic that Cadillac and Lincoln got new bosses within days of each other this month. It's also a commentary on the fact both of America's domestic luxury brands seem to be stuck in neutral.
The Nissan Cube is on its way out here in the US and Canada. In a way, that's too bad, simply because the Cube's styling was nothing if not distinctive - much like the company's own Juke. However, the flame for uniquely styled models is indeed still burning over at Nissan.
We might never see an exact replacement for the Cube in the brand's lineup, but product planning boss Andy Palmer says that its retirement leaves a spot open in the Nissan lineup for something else. "To be clear, we will morph this space in our portfolio into something iconic," said Palmer to Automotive News. Unfortunately, he wouldn't hint at what that could mean.
However, his lack of suggestions makes it fun to speculate about what oddity could replace the Cube, especially since two of Nissan's more recent quirky concepts might have problems hitting the road. The Bladeglider is mired in Nissan and Deltawing Technologies' ongoing patent lawsuit. Alternatively, the retro-inspired IDx might be too expensive to build profitably. Still, this is the company that created both the (nearly dead) Murano CrossCabriolet and the very successful Juke; it can probably come up with something else delightfully weird.
Nissan has been playing its cards pretty close to its chest when it comes to the production costs for Leaf battery packs. The company recently put a price on replacement batteries for customers at $5,500 plus the requirement to return the old battery. If the decommissioned battery is worth $1,000 to Nissan, as they have stated, that means the battery costs about $6,500 to make, right? Maybe even less if Nissan wants to turn a profit, as automakers are wont to do? Wrong.
Green Car Reports spoke to Nissan about these battery costs, and found that the automaker actually loses money on selling the replacement battery for the Leaf at the current price. Jeff Kuhlman, Nissan's vice president of global communications said, "Nissan makes zero margin on the replacement program. In fact, we subvent every exchange." All you English majors will know that "subvent" is a fancy way to say "subsidize." Kuhlman added, though, "We have yet to sell one battery as part of the program."
The fact that Nissan offers its replacement batteries for less than it costs to manufacture them is telling of a company both cares about what its customer needs and is dedicated to the success of its product. In this case, both of those things encourage people to give up fossil fuels and adopt electric mobility, which is heartening. As more people switch to battery-powered driving, though, battery technology should become better and cheaper, and the scale of production should cause manufacturing costs to decrease. Eventually, Nissan could easily see itself breaking even selling the Leaf battery replacements.
Oh, the heady days of 1993, back when the Clinton Presidency was just getting underway, and it seemed like every hot new rock band was coming out of Seattle. Sports cars in the US had finally shaken off the shackles that slowed them during the '70s and '80s, and you could buy any number of legitimately quick vehicles again. MotorWeek recently went digging into its archives to find this six-model test from 1993 showing off some of the best semi-affordable performance coupes that money could buy at the time, and it's priceless.
Featuring the 1994 model year Toyota Supra in twin-turbo guise and MY 1993 versions of the Porsche 968, Nissan 300ZX TT, Mazda RX-7, Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo and Chevrolet Corvette LT-1, MotorWeek definitely covered all of the bases. One thing that might surprise younger readers is these cars' performance. The video only provides 0-60 acceleration times, but several of these vehicles would still be considered pretty potent today - over 20 years since going on sale. The Supra is especially impressive, hitting 60 miles per hour in just 5 seconds. Even today, that's nothing to sneeze at.
Given their performance potential and still-attractive looks, it's amazing that some of these coupes are old enough to drink now. The progress of interior design and safety equipment in the intervening years is pretty shocking, though. In most of these models, having two airbags is touted as a big deal. Scroll down to watch a Throwback Thursday blast from the past about some of the '90s best sports cars.
Nissan's Nismo performance division has been getting more chances to shine recently with tuned models like the Juke Nismo RS and GT-R Nismo. But its latest creation moves closer to the bottom of the Japanese brand's lineup to make a hot hatch out of the (Versa) Note.
At least in Japan, the new model is due this fall, and Nismo is keeping a lot of the details about its latest creation a secret for now. What we do know is that it'll be available in two trims - the Note Nismo and the sportier Nismo S. "The development concept of this model was to build a car that makes you want to keep driving, no matter where your destination may be," said the division's chief product specialist, Hiroshi Tamura, in the company's announcement.
Aesthetically, the Note Nismo looks the way a tuned Nissan should, with the division's signature red trim outlining the car. It also wears a new, mesh grille, lower air dam, red side sills and rear spoiler. Inside, the S gets standard sport seats with full Recaro buckets as an option. Nissan didn't release technical specs for either version, but it promises that the S also gets a tuned engine with a five-speed manual.
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 17:00:00 EST
"Self-driving cars remain a long way from commercial reality."
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn shocked the automotive industry last year when he announced that his company plans to offer consumers an autonomous car by 2020. The automaker even showed off its self-driving Leaf prototype as proof. He was bolder recently with the pronouncement that select markets could have them in 2018, if laws allowed. The boss' optimism appears to be waning, though, and he's now sounding a lot more conservative about the future. While driverless vehicles are still on the way, Ghosn is hedging his bets with a more gradual implementation of several systems.
Most bands go through a fairly simple trajectory of vehicles to make it to shows. When they form, it's all about just getting to the gig and anything works. As they build a following and start touring a little regionally, they upgrade to a van to fit all of the members and equipment. Finally, if they taste big time success, they move to the tour bus. However, indie band Local Natives is taking an interesting detour from that path in a new promotion from Nissan called Off the Stage for the Rogue.
The members show up to the middle of nowhere in a pair of the CUVs, and in a few minutes the vehicles are set up to be the group's sound system and its stage. This promo also acts as a video for the song Breakers, which is a bit of a slow jam, but the scenery is absolutely beautiful. Scroll down to watch the Local Natives turn the Rogue into a place to perform practically anywhere.
If you blinked, you missed the opportunity to pick up the last iteration of the 370Z Nismo, because after just a touch over a year of availability, Nissan is replacing it with this updated 2015 model - the third 370-based iteration from the brand's in-house tuner. Consider this version to be the 370Z's swan song. An all-new version is expected soon with a downsized turbo mill (something in the vein of a 240Z would not be impossible). That reality aside, the latest 370Z Nismo is a compelling package. It looks like a million bucks, takes a corner with verve, and gets belated tech goodies. Here are our impressions from a drive we took last week near Nissan's US headquarters in Tennessee.
The Recaro seats are wonderful (shocker!). In fact, the interior in general has a much more strapped-down feel about it. A run-of-the-mill 370Z feels pretty great, although it's not a place for the big-boned. As with past Nismos, upgrades include contrasting colors on the faux-suede seat inserts, the gauge hood, the ten and two positions on the steering wheel, and a red centering stripe on the wheel. The upgraded materials are all nicely chosen and the cabin is a very sexy place to live - weirdly practical, too, considering the huge cargo area. Checking the "Tech" model option box brings a 7.0-inch nav screen in place of the upward swinging door over a storage cubby, a much-needed backup camera, an impressively good Bose stereo, and de riguer Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming. Everything seems to work as advertised.
Looking for a thrill? You're not the only one. You'll find kindred spirits at airfields going up for a skydive, atop bridges and towers with bungees attached to their feet and standing in line for roller coasters at the local amusement park. But you'll also find them in the paddock at the racing circuit.
So what's the commonality? G-force. It's like gravity, only in each of these cases, it's experienced by human invention. But which activity subjects your body to the greatest amount of g-force? That's what Nissan set to find out.
Before putting them back in the cockpit, Nismo sent out two of its young hot-shoes - Jann Mardenborough and Mark Shulzhitskiy - to an amusement park in the UK with a camera and a g-force meter to find out if any of the coasters could produce as much lateral gravitational force as an LMP2 racing car. See what they found in the pair of videos, below.
There's a strong desire among enthusiasts for more inexpensive, lightweight, fun-to-drive, rear-wheel-drive cars to exist in a world that contrasts sharply with automakers' desire to make money. While we all love the feeling of controlling the back end with the throttle, front-wheel drive is king when it comes to affordable cars. One of the future bright spots in the rear-drive market appeared to come from Nissan with its pair of IDx concepts. The two showcars from the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show took liberal design inspiration from the classic Datsun 510 and mixed it with modern powertrains in very attractive little packages. However, some pretty dark clouds are reportedly now hanging over the project.
Last we heard, a production version was supposedly "in the plan" from the Japanese automaker, but its trajectory may have changed inside the company in the last few months. According to Pierre Loing, vice president of product planning for Nissan Americas, the issue is making the sports coupe profitable. While Nissan has access to rear-wheel drive platforms, they are all meant for more premium vehicles (read: they cost too much). Assuming around 60,000 annual sales, Loing tells Ward's Auto that making a dedicated chassis for the IDx just isn't a moneymaker. If the car still does see production, it'll be after 2016, he says.
The decision whether to build the IDx has been teetering for a while. Nissan spokesperson Dan Bedore previously told Autoblog that the coupe would need a groundswell of support from consumers and enthusiasts if is to actually have a shot at production. If you are among the hopeful looking to see this affordable, rear-drive performance car in showrooms, get some friends together and start letting Nissan know that you actually want it - you can start here by adding a Comment and voting in our poll, because we're going to send the results on to Nissan.