Autotrader Find: Really Nice 1995 Nissan 240SX 5-Speed Manual

As you probably already know, the Nissan 240SX has become a highly desirable used car, especially in the world of drifting — largely for its tunable engine and its rear-wheel drive layout. As a result, used 240SX models have started to shoot up in value, especially nice ones that haven’t been modified and can serve as a starting point for a good drift build.

This particular 1995 240SX is exactly that. Finished in white with a gray cloth interior, this one has it all: It’s totally stock and unmodified, and it boasts the desirable 5-speed manual transmission. It’s also traveled only 72,400 miles from new, which makes it especially appealing, as it still has a lot of life left.

This 240SX is offered by Pre-Owned Cars in the Los Angeles area, and it’s the nicest one on Autotrader — others have been heavily modified, driven to huge mileage numbers or both. Automatic models are also less desirable, since most tuners want a manual — though manual swaps are easy enough to perform on the 240SX.

As for this car’s story, the Carfax report indicated it was delivered new to a customer who leased it in Southern California in 1995. The second owner bought it in 1998 with 40,000 miles and has owned it ever since, driving it only sparingly. Now it can be yours — likely one of the nicest remaining 240SX models that’s been preserved as an original survivor, untouched by modifications or "upgrades."

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