Nissan 180SX/200SX/Silvia - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan 180SX/200SX/Silvia market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Different slices from the same pie, the 180/200SX and Silvias remain very popular with local buyers of rear-wheel drive performance coupes.

A lot are set up for various levels of competition from drags and tarmac rally events to drifting; these cars reflecting the cost of development and modification in asking prices up to $50,000.

Most aren’t anywhere near that expensive and older 180SXs sit currently at around $10,000. Locally-sold 200SX versions have surged past imported S15-series Silvia turbos and can exceed $20,000 while S15 Silvias and mid-1990s 180SXs remain at $15-20,000.

The attractive Varietta with retractable top and no turbo typically sells at less than $20,000. They are rare too with just 1143 built.

180SX 1989-92 $9810 [17] 

180SX 1993-97 $16,860 [16]

200SX 1995-98 $21,160 [14] 

200SX 1999-02 $29,615 [21]

Silvia Turbo 1988-96 $15,645 [25] 

Silvia S15 1997-02 $20,280 [21]

Varietta $17,780 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

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