What is known by most people as the Nissan Silvia S13 has other names around the world: 240SX in North America and 200SX in Europe. Presented in 1988, the S13, or the fifth generation of the Silvia, is a medium-sized car (4,52 x 1,68 meters) today highly sought after by JDM enthusiasts. Winning the Car of the Year Japan award contributed to the increase in sales, but, probably because of its exorbitant price, the convertible version was a commercial failure. On a mechanical level, the S13 presents some interesting points such as the four-wheel steering system HICAS-II (later renamed SuperHICAS) and the multi-link rear suspension. This car also equips the LSD (Limited Slip Differential) technology. In the first two years of production, the S13 houses the same engines as the S12, its predecessor. The new SR20DE and SR20DET engines, therefore, arrive in 1990 and bring with them an increase in performance. In 1994 the S14 proposes itself as the successor of the S13, which however remains on sale in Japan until 1998.
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๐ŸŽ๏ธ Nissan Silvia S13
๐Ÿ“ Japan
๐Ÿ› ๏ธ 1.8 159NM 135HP
๐Ÿ’จ 209km/h
๐Ÿ” 9 seconds
๐Ÿ’ถ No longer on sale
Our vote: โญโญโญโญ๏ธโšก (4,5/5)