A passenger-side airbag joined the drivers airbag for 1994. New standard features included remote keyless entry for all models, and a power passenger seat for the convertible.
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Oct 14, 1999
Maximum go for not much dough: Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo
Pros: Ohmygawd fast, inexpensive, attractive, reliable, low running costs (except for speeding tickets) great for those 600+ mile days on the interstate, good ergonomics especially for taller drivers. Parts & service widely available
Cons: No tri-pointed star or whirling propeller badges, not for the faint of heart, moderate oversteer, skittish in rain/snow/ice, exterior trim parts fade/lose their anodization, low valences hit on driveways, poor rear & side visibility Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 8, 2000
Used Sports Car Bargain of a Lifetime
Pros: Fast, can be made faster easily, great looks
Cons: Repairs can be somewhat expensive Read More at Epinions.com
May 24, 2000
Pros: Reliability,(used) speed,
Cons: oil mainance, they dont make them anymore Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 28, 2006
The most bang for the buck you can ever own!
Pros: Timeless style. Still looks great after 12 years! Reliable engine and interior is well built.
Cons: Many, Many maintenance concerns with these cars! Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 5, 2002
'94 N/A 300ZX a great car for the wife.
Pros: Timeless beauty, interior design, reliability, longevity, good engine.
Cons: Brake performance, leather interior longevity.