Nissan Exa/NX/Pulsar 1983-99 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan Exa/NX/Pulsar 1983-99 market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Cheap as chips and loads of fun describes this group of Nissans from the latter years of the 20th Century.

Apart from the GTi-R, which with its turbo engine and rally-spec underpinnings makes $15,000, these Nissans can all be found in decent condition for less than $5000.

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Early EXAs are cramped and scarce but almost the same price as the more practical, non-turbo 1987-91 cars. In here too should be the turbo-engined Pulsar ET Hatch but we could not find even one being sold. The N14-series Pulsar SSS is staging a price revival and excellent cars at $6500 are matching values with the newer N15 version.

NX and NXR coupes remain cheap and are still viable as daily transport.

Exa 1983-86 $5165 [3] 

Exa 1987-91 $5400 [4] 

NX/NXR $3570 [16]

Pulsar N14 SSS $4670 [10] 

Pulsar N15 SSS $5045 [17]

Pulsar GTiR $14,915 [6]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Nissan Exa/NX/Pulsar market review here

 

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