Nissan 300ZX & Stagea - 2018 market review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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There's good value to be had with these coupes and wagons.

Nissan 300ZX & Stagea - 2018 market review
Nissan 300ZX

Nissan 300ZX/Stagea

Lots of value here for people who want an impressive and, in some variations, seriously quick coupe.

Z31 models sold during the 1980s came as turbo or non-turbos with or without removable roof panels.

However only the very best cars will sell at close to $10,000.

The shape changed in 1989 and $8000-10,000 currently buys a good non-turbo Z32.

These sold in Australia from 1989 until 1996.

Twin-turbo Z32s will all be used imports and deliver at least 206kW. Most now cost less than $12,000.

If you need space with performance take a look at the Stagea wagon.

These normally use single turbo GTS-T engines and excellent cars with manual transmission cost $10-12,000.

You can spend double that money on a scarce twin-turbo RS260.

300ZX 1983-86 $5070 [7] 

300ZX Turbo 1985-89 $7950 [7]

300ZX 1989-95 $5865 [27] 

300ZX Twin-Turbo 1989-94 $9560 [38] 

Stagea 1996-04 $10,560 [43] 

Stagea RS260 $25,200 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Japanese Classic Car Value Guide.

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