1988 300zx Turbo Shiro SS #111 of 1002I have owned this car since 1/1/2013... The car is in fair condition for the year, it has been sitting on my driveway since I bought it. This car is currently on the road, although it never leaves the driveway.Pros- Car runs good- Turbo Works- Passenger side Recaro seat has no rips and is in good condition- Has original front spoiler- Interior is in overall good condition except for drivers seat- Changed all vacuum hoses- Previous owner did Timing Belt and Tune up- All gauges work Cons- Drivers seat is ripped- Rust on both rear quarter panels- Passenger side door is keyed- Front bumper has paint damage- Tires need to be replacedThe SS package was available on 88 models only.Special features only available on the SSpearl white paintwhite wheelsrecaro seatsviscous LSD instead of the standard clutch LSDlower air dam in fronthigher-rate springsSS specific non-adjustable shockThere were no options available on the SS, they all came with a manual transmission, analog dash, t tops, and a mostly black interior. If a car is different than this then it is not an SS model.Lacking the digital dash and fancy radio, power seats, and adjustable shocks they are slightly lighter than your normal 87-89 turbo. The SS is commonly called the SE, but SS is the correct designation according to Nissan.The SS is one of the rarest Nissan made Special Edition Z
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Auto blogSat, 28 Sep 2013 17:15:00 EST
In order to meet its goal of having an autonomous car in production by 2020, Nissan is going to have be able to test its technology in real-world driving conditions. For this, the automaker has just received a license plate to legally test its semi-autonomous driver assist systems in Japan, marking the first time such technologies have been tested on that country's roads. Not ironically, the license plate number is 2020.
Though not fully autonomous, this Leaf prototype will test various components of a self-driving car including exiting the highway, the ability to stay in its lane and change lanes when needed, stopping at red lights and overtaking stopped or slow traffic. Nissan is also in the process of building a proving ground in Oppama, Japan dedicated solely to autonomous cars, but the ability to test on public roads will obviously play a crucial role in the development of these cars. Scroll down for a short video and press release Nissan posted to mark the occasion.
Nissan today confirmed that it will be showing the 2014 Versa Note - not Versa, not Note, but Versa Note - at next week's 2013 Detroit Auto Show. And while we can't see a whole lot from this one teaser image, we're willing to bet that the car looks a lot like this.
All Nissan will tell us at this time is that the Versa Note will have "segment-exclusive technology, outstanding fuel economy, smart packaging and class-leading cargo space." Sounds... class-competitive.
Given how turned-off we are by the second-generation Versa sedan, it'll be interesting to see just what's in store for this Notably more functional version of the affordable compact. Stay tuned for the full details live from Cobo Hall in just a few days, and scroll down to read Nissan's brief press blast.
Nissan Leaf resale values may take a tumble, according to Kelley Blue Book. The vehicle evaluation resource said the 2013 Nissan Leaf will retain around 35 percent of its MSRP after three years; that's down five percent from what KBB gave the 2012 Leaf at the end of 2011. Automotive News reports KBB adjusted the EV's residual value prediction because the used transaction prices for the 2011 model have stuck around 35 percent for the past few months due to relatively cheap gasoline, not to mention the fact that Nissan trimmed the electric's MSRP from $36,050 to $29,650 before the $7,500 tax credit.
Since used buyers are often motivated by more practical buying concerns than early adopters or those wanting to curb their carbon emissions, they may not be willing to pay more for an EV. Meanwhile, early Leaf models are now coming to auction, abandoned by rental car companies after customers shunned them in favor of traditional internal-combustion vehicles. Many of those at auction have less than 10,000 miles and carry an average transaction price of just $13,700.