Together with Renault, Nissan is the third carmaker in the world in a number of autos sold. Still, in the eyes of nostalgic car lovers, the golden era of Nissan models has ended in the 20th century. One of the last models that come for this period is 240 SX. The Car originated in 1988, but we will stick to the second-generation model that was in production between 1994 and 1998.
Nissan 240 SX: About the Model
Known for its amazing tuning potential, this model is very popular among car enthusiast. You can get plenty of power from a pretty modest-sized inline-four engine. This unit has a displacement of 2.4 liters and max output around 150 horsepower. However, you can easily get two times more power even without some more complex modification on the engine. Stanced Nissan 240 SX is not a rare appearance on the street at all. Thanks to its eye-catching look, it has been one of our favorites when it comes to styling modifications.
Known as Silvia outside the United States, this model comes in three body styles. There are a hatchback, coupe, and convertible versions available. If you are going for a Nissan 240 SX stance, the coupe will probably be the best choice, but other versions are attractive as well. In any case, this model is perfect for lowering.
Can I have Nissan 240 SX stanced?
Yes and yes! Stanced Nissan 240 SX would demand all those common modifications. Basically, you’ll have to go for some suspension lowering, as well as for some bigger and wider wheels. When choosing suspension, go for some renowned brands which will provide the best possible lowering. On the other size, wheels size is a matter of taste. In the production version, this model features 15-inch wheels with 6 inches in width. This is a pretty common size used for both passenger cars and the ones that are a little bit sportier. Still, don’t be afraid to go for something bigger, like 17 or 18 inches in diameter and 8-9 inches in width.