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If you liked the look and sportiness of the Jaguar XK series but didn't want to spend $75,000 on a car that spends 320 days in the shop, Nissan Z-cars like the Nissan 300ZX have provided a remarkably affordable and far more reliable alternative. Cars like the Nissan 300ZX have been extremely popular, having sold nearly 1.7 million since their introduction. Of course, they haven't been sold in North America since 1996, but there are still quite a few of them around. One reason you still see them is that they have been well-cared for. It's a fact that if you invest in a regular maintenance schedule and use high-quality components, your Nissan 300ZX will be around for quite a few years more, providing the same high-horsepower thrills that made you want to buy one in the first place.

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Nissan 300ZX

The Nissan "Z" cars were Japan's answer to Britain's Jaguar XK series. The early ones from the late 1960s and early 1970s even resembled the Jag, somewhat. These models were introduced into the U.S. in 1984; sales continued through 1996, reaching their peak of popularity in the late 1980s. The 300ZX came out in 1989 for the 1990 model year.

Many automotive aficionados consider the Nissan 300ZX to represent the apex of the entire Z car series. Fast and nimble, the 300ZX was powered by a twin turbo V6 putting out 300 horses that took the vehicle from a dead stop to sixty miles per hour in just over 5 seconds - not bad for a car weighing on the side side of 3500 pounds.

Four-wheel independent suspension and the proprietary Super High Capacity Actively Controlled Steering (HICAS) steering system made handling a sports driver's dream. An innovation that was ahead of its time, the HICAS was a rear wheel steering system. The Super HICAS employed an electric actuator for the rear steering rack, saving on weight, and used a computer system rather than the usual speed sensors. It allowed the rear wheels to turn up to 10 degrees in both directions.

Besides its legendary performance and handling, the Nissan 300 was a bargain compared to a Jaguar XK - not to mention far more reliable. Unfortunately, it was the high tech goodies making it such an excellent sports car that ultimately led to its demise in the U.S. The more complex the machinery, the more things that can go wrong, and the 300ZX was no exception. The other problem at the time was the fall of the U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen in the 1990s, which drove up the cost to American consumers. Nissan ceased to offer the 300ZX to the U.S. market after 1996.

All things considered, however, the 300ZX was - and is - a reliable, well-made vehicle. Owners have had very few complaints about them. There are still a few around for sale that run well and haven't been dented, beaten on or wrecked altogether (since it is a high-powered sports car and not all who wind up behind the wheel of such a vehicle know how to drive very well). Even more two decades after it disappeared from dealer showrooms, the 300ZX is still sought-after by performance enthusiasts. It still stands up against its competitors of the time, such as contemporary Corvettes and the Porsches. When it first arrived in the U.S., AutoWeek magazine described it as "The world's most thoroughly modern sports car, adding, "the ZX Turbo hardly misses a technological trick...and therein lies both the car's greatest strengths and its debatable weaknesses."

The Nissan 300ZX parts catalog lists a number of those high-tech gadgets that made the 300ZX what it was, as well as Nissan 300ZX engine parts. For the best deals on Nissan 300ZX performance parts and other components, check out PartsGeek.com, where a full line of parts and components for virtually every car still on the road in daily use is available at discount prices.

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5 of 5
Verified Customer
4/25/13 06:45 AM - USA

Cable was the correct item, a bit expensive - but shipped promptly. - New brake cable

- 1986 Nissan 300ZX Parking Brake Cable
5 of 5
Verified Customer
4/25/13 06:46 AM - USA

Good part, OEM - expensive! but shipped quickly. - other brake cable

- 1986 Nissan 300ZX Parking Brake Cable
5 of 5
Verified Customer
4/30/13 07:58 AM - USA

Good quality at a good price, fast delivery too! - Alton

- 1984 Nissan 300ZX Radiator
5 of 5
Verified Customer
6/3/13 07:43 PM - USA

fast, smooth Web site, lots of choices - robo

- 1987 Nissan 300ZX Clutch Master Cylinder
5 of 5
Verified Customer
6/4/13 12:07 PM - USA

Cheap! Good product! Fast shipping!!! A+++ - Tommy

- 1987 Nissan 300ZX Throttle Position Sensor
4 of 5
Verified Customer
6/14/13 05:56 PM - USA

Appear to be good quality, however, longer than stock and the angle made for a tight fit. Had to file some of the plastic head. - GMoney

- 1987 Nissan 300ZX Trunk Strut