Nissan Skyline 1990-99 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan Skyline 1990-99 market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Five years ago in a market glutted with R33 Skyline Turbos it was hard to think that at some point they might become scarce. However, that is now happening, with numbers down and asking prices for cars that do remain available increasing.

Changes to the rules governing specialist vehicle imports will open the way for more cars aged 25+ to arrive from Japan and that will have an influence on future R33 values.

| Buyers' Guide: Nissan Skyline R34 (1998-2002)

Turbo R32 and R33 sedans are less common than two-doors but prices are up and these cars remain more expensive than later R34 versions.

Biggest leaper amongst the 1990s Skylines was the R34 Turbo coupe which remain in plentiful supply but are still offered at prices that in some cases exceed $30,000.

R32/R33 GTS Sedan $8140 [7] 

R32 GTS-T Sedan $17,700 [8]

R33 GTS-T Coupe $17,740 [18] 

R34 GT $14,020 [15]

R34 GT-T Sedan $14,585 [7] 

R34 GT-T Coupe $28,100 [27]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Nissan Skyline (1990-1999) market review here

 

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