Nissan 200sx

Orlando Sentinel's view

September 21, 1995

It’s been a long time since I have driven a Nissan product that I would say delivered good value for the money. In the past couple of years I’ve seen my share of $20,000 Altimas, $30,0... Read More
The Detroit News's view

August 30, 1995

Let’s talk about the philosophy of sporty coupes. Beginning with the granddaddy of them all the Mustang they have been snazzy, affordable transportation. So to judge them, you need to look ... Read More's view

April 9, 1995

Maxima is nice, but have you checked out the Camry? Sentra provides good transportation but have you looked at Corolla? Pathfinder is neat, but before you ink the contract, amble over to the... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

March 31, 1995

Many experiences still lift and stir the soul without the help of big hymns or good sipping whiskey. The sweet puff of puppy breath remains one of life’s guiltless pleasures. So is the si... Read More's view

October 10, 1986

STANDING STILL, the 1987 Nissan 200SX/SE is irreverent and uppity. Moving, it is an obscene gesture. If ever there were a car designed to taunt police into giving tickets, this is it. Do not dr... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

January 4, 1986

Small turbo-charged sporty cars may not be as common as, say, broken New Year’s resolutions but there are enough of them around to make life a little more confusing to the consumer. And t... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

May 12, 1984

The Nissan 200SX – formerly the Datsun 200SX – offers new styling and a new image for 1984. The 200SX had been a small, personal-type car but now is much more of a sports car and looks... Read More