Nissan 180sx Airride “Unique and Outstanding”

Nissan 180sx Airride “Unique and Outstanding”

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Nissan 180sx Airride “Unique and Outstanding”

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Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

Nissan 180sx Airride

The 180SX was published in Japan in 1989, with the low price FR as the market positioning, and was set for the Hatchback model in the S13 car series at that time. The biggest difference from the typical S13 two door model is the use of flip top headlights.
The name allusion of the 180SX car is the 1.8L CA18DET that was initially installed, while the SX is the designated name for Nissan’s overseas output version. At that time, the most popular setting in North America was the 240SX with a 2.4-liter engine, while the NZ/AUS version was called the 200SX. When it comes to the evolution of the 180SX, in fact, the factory was considering incorporating it into the S13 series. In order to maintain stability in the North American market, they decided to officially separate from Silvia after the full 2.0ization of the 180SX in 1991. The only 1.8L turbo version (Type I/Type II) was introduced in Silvia S14 in 1992, and a 2.0L turbo version was added to the 180SX. In 1996, as usual, the 2.0 NA version of Type S was launched. After the final version of Type G was released in October 1997, production ended. The 180SX, along with the well-known AE86 and Silvia, is a popular car with a cheap tail off. The SR20DET, a Nissan 4-cylinder engine with a weight of 1200kg and a fun FR design, has made it highly popular even after being discontinued for nearly 8 years. Many well-known Japanese active drifters, such as the Koguchi Mifan and Xiong Kubao Nobuyuki, use the 180SX as their tank, which is known for its high fun and potential.
The 180SX is an independent car series derived from the 5th generation Silvia, making its debut in early 1989. Due to the twin relationship between 180SX and Silvia,
This car is closely related to Silvia in terms of body size, chassis design, and powertrain configuration.
The Nissan 180SX is a “drift” model that is very similar to the AE86. It is still sought after by many drifters after being discontinued for several years. The 180SX was Nissan’s first sports car equipped with a four cylinder 1.8L turbocharged engine launched in 1989. It was designed for the hatchback model in the S13 series at the time, so its biggest difference from the typical S13 two door model lies in whether it has flip over headlights.
As a car name, 180SX has two meanings. The first is that 180 represents the 1.8L CA18DET engine that this car was originally equipped with, and the second is the abbreviation SX for Nissan’s overseas output version. In 1991, the new model SR20DET engine replaced the old CA18DET as the new power heart of the 180SX, and according to convention, it should also be renamed 200SX. However, this title was left to overseas markets, and Japan still insists on calling it 180SX. In this year, 180SX officially separated from Silvia.

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