Nissan 300ZX/Stagea - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Nissan 300ZX/Stagea

A couple of very different but still popular models occupy this section; the 300ZX which dates back 35 years and the relatively new Stagea station wagon.

It doesn’t take a big stretch of imagination to see one of each in a Nissan enthusiast’s garage for a combined outlay of less than $20,000. Add $8K if you want a twin-turbo RS260 version of the Stagea to match your Z32 with its dual ‘snails’.

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Early non-turbo or single-turbo 300Zs are holding their values OK but the Z32 twin-turbo ‘grey’ imports have become very cheap as age catches up.

Under $10,000 buys an Aussie-delivered, non-turbo Z32 and also the basic, single-turbo 2.5 Stagea.

300ZX 1983-86 $7465 [11] 

300ZX Turbo 1985-89 $10,470 [2]

300ZX 1989-95 $9090 [21] 

300ZX Twin-Turbo 1989-94 $10,850 [34]

Stagea 1996-04 $9445 [26] 

Stagea RS260 $18,165 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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