Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Some real value in this grouping, except perhaps for the Figaro. These ‘Kei’ class, retro-lookers are expensive at $20,000 but lately there have been moves to push them above $40,000.

That’s close to the money that should be available for twin-turbo 300ZXs in perfect condition, however they top out at around $25K. One from this group to track down and keep would be a Z31 targa Turbo. These in any condition have become scarce yet the few top-quality cars that remain aren’t expensive.

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Stagea wagons with a straight six turbo (pre-2001) or later ones with a V6 still offer value at around $10,000. Double that money will buy a twin-turbo RS260.

300ZX 1983-86 $8590 [10] 

300ZX Z31 Turbo 1985-89 $15,095 [4]

300ZX Z32 1989-95 $11,835 [11] 

300ZX Z32 Twin-Turbo 1989-94 $17,600 [17] 

Stagea 1996-01 $10,170 [14] 

Stagea M35 2001-05 $9320 [19]

Stagea RS260 $24,325 [3] 

Figaro 1991-92 $29,695 [4]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro market review here

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