Nissan Exa/NX/Pulsar 1983-99 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Nissan Exa/NX/Pulsar 1983-99

Most of the ETs sold here have apparently gone home or somewhere because very few of these feisty Pulsar turbos and related EXA coupes survive. Prices despite the scarcity aren’t high with the best of the EXAs at $8000-10,000.

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NX coupes are cheap with minimal prospects for growth, but they do offer value for first-time buyers.

Another one worth a look is the SSS version of the 1992-1994 Pulsar N14 for which you can pay up to $6000.

Nissan’s attempt at an all-wheel drive rally weapon, the Pulsar GTi-R, wasn’t sold here when new but they are affordable and fun as everyday transport.

ET $3835 [3] 

Exa 1987-91 $6390 [9] 

NX/NXR $3595 [11]

Pulsar N14 SSS $3600 [7] 

Pulsar N15 SSS $2470 [8]

Pulsar GTiR $13,500 [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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