Nissan Skyline 1990-99 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Nissan Skyline 1990-99

Skylines were and perhaps still are the most prolific of ‘grey’ Japanese imports and interest in 1990s models is holding firm.

A couple of years back it seemed feasible that non-turbo R32 and R33 Skylines might be gone by now but there are just so many of them and prices have even climbed slightly.

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Non-turbo R34 GTs are more sophisticated than earlier versions and usually cost less than $10,000 but the R34 GT-T sedan is just slightly dearer.

R33 GTS-Turbo coupes are still endemic in the market but values have slipped only a little since 2018. Star of the single-turbo Skyline market is still the chunky R34 GT-T coupe.

Despite being 20 years old, top-quality cars maintain values around $20,000.

R32/R33 GTS $7765 [9]

R32 GTS-T $12,600 [9]

R33 GTS-T Sedan $7280 [8]

R33 GTS-T Coupe $11,685 [32]

R34 GT $8440 [15]

R34 GT-T Sedan $11,415 [9]

R34 GT-T Coupe $19,740 [31]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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