Nissan 1978-92 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan 1978-92

Australia built some outstanding Nissan-badged vehicles and some pretty awful ones.

The market has spoken on the fate of Stanzas, Pintaras and local Bluebirds, although we did see a couple of surviving TR-Xs. The ones that survive in decent numbers and encouragingly attract younger owners are the R31-Series Skylines, Silhouettes and SVDs.

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Basic 3.0-litre Skyline GXs, Executives and GXEs remain available in significant numbers with prices for well-kept cars still below $5000. Expect to pay $1000 more for a five-speed manual.

The up-spec TI is hard to find but excellent Silhouettes pop up occasionally for $6500-8500. Series 1 [white] SVDs appear more often than red Series 2s and cost slightly less.

Bluebird TR-X 1982-84 $4500 [2] 

Pintara TR-X $3300 [2]

Skyline R31 Sedan/Wagon $3935 [22] 

Skyline Silhouette $5125 [2]

Skyline SVD Series 1 $21,250 [2] 

Skyline SVD Series 2 [N/S]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.


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