Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro

Nissan’s 3.0-litre ZX coupes look nothing like the early 1970s ‘Z’ models they replaced but are faster and more affordable. Early non-turbo 300s remain cheap, however if you want a 1980s Turbo it will cost $16-20,000. The 300ZX changed shape in 1989 and gained an extra turbocharger, thus becoming a fairly serious supercar.

A lot were imported during the 1990s and excellent survivors hover around $25,000. Cars built during the late-1990s are considerably more expensive. Stagea wagons combine practicality with performance and early 2.5 turbos have climbed to around $20,000.

Twin-turbo RS260s cost more than $30,000 and even at that price have to offer more value than the tiny Figaro sports cars being sold at similar money.

300ZX 1983-86 $9620 [9]

300ZX Z31 Turbo 1985-89 $18,200 [4]

300ZX Z32 1989-95 $20,570 [9]

300ZX Z32 Twin-Turbo 1989-93 $24,460 [24]

300ZX Twin-Turbo 1994-99 $44,135 [12]

Stagea 1996-01 $22,170 [10]

Stagea M35 2001-05 $10,840 [7]

Stagea RS260 $40,000 [1]

Figaro 1991-92 $33,625 [7]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Nissan 300ZX/Stagea/Figaro

 

From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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