The 1995 Nissan 300ZX continues a long tradition of namesake cars that began in 1983. It's made available in three basic body styles: coupe, 2+2 coupe, and convertible. All versions offer the same basic features and options.
As part of the second generation of Nissan ""Z"" sports cars, it is based on CAD designs, making it one of the first cars to be developed with computer applications. This makes it one of the most timeless classic designs ever produced by one of Japan’s foremost automakers. Despite design excellence and great performance, lagging sales would lead to the discontinuation in the American market in 1996. It lived on in markets outside the U.S. until the year 2000.
Body Styles: coupe, convertible
Engines: 3.0-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual, four-speed automatic
Models: Nissan 300ZX, Nissan 300ZX 2+2, Nissan 300ZX Convertible
The 1995 Nissan 300ZX receives new fuel injectors, a new front fascia, and 16-bit ECUs.
The 1995 Nissan 300ZX features a very stylish and sleek overall design, thanks in part to the ambitious use of computer-design technology in the car’s developmental stages. Both of the coupe versions feature T-tops as standard. The 16-inch alloy wheels are standard equipment. Fog lights are also included across all models in the lineup. Glass T-tops and custom paint are the only exterior options.
The 1995 Nissan 300ZX is well-complemented by keyless entry, AM/FM/Cassette stereo with Bose sound system, cruise control, automatic climate control, power windows, power door locks, and power mirrors are all standard features. A limited selection of options reveal just how much is really available as standard. Options include leather seating, CD player, and power driver’s seat.
Performance & Handling
Powering the Nissan sports car is a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engine that includes twin-turbochargers. The engine puts out 222 horsepower. The coupes and convertible versions could be paired with either the stock five-speed manual transmission or the optional four-speed automatic. Standard features include a four-wheel Anti-Lock Braking System and limited slip differential. The front and rear feature stabilizer bars and rear coil springs round out the suspension scheme. A twin-turbocharger bolsters performance and lends itself to the now-legendary continued interest.
The 1995 Nissan 300ZX offers reel-type safety belts, dual front airbags, and height adjustable head restraints for all passengers.
EPA Fuel Economy
Nissan 300ZX: 16/22 mpg city/highway
- Timeless good looks
- Excellent road handling with plenty of speed
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