Nissan V250/V35/350Z/Elgrand - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan V250/V35/350Z/Elgrand

The latest Japanese-spec Skyline sedan hasn’t enchanted people to the same extent as earlier versions.

The V250 and 350 sedans are perhaps too close in style to the 350Z and a lot sell below their $10,000 asking prices.

V35GT coupes weren’t supposed to compete directly against locally-sold 350Zs but they do and prices for the imports have been slashed to compete.

One anomaly is the number of low-priced Z convertibles which have no ‘grey’ rivals and can get below $10,000. Sharing this segment is also the aptly named, 3.5-litre V6 Elgrand.

These huge people movers have flooded the market, with 2003-08 arrivals forcing earlier models towards $5,000. With eight seats and every known automotive gizmo, a late model at less than $20,000 is value.

V250/V350GT 2002-06 $9060 [11] 

V35 GT Coupe 2003-06 $11,590 [33]

350Z 2003-08 $15,900 [38] 

350Z Conv 2003-08 $13,615 [16]

Elgrand 1999-02 $7615 [11] 

Elgrand 2003-06 $12,940 [30]

Elgrand 2007-09 $16,645 [17]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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