Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Un-Kut, Jan 14, 2004.
Where have all the RWD/turbo's gone?
They're in Japan.
RX7 maybe in 2006?
dunno if it'll link or not
probably won't ever see it..
dont they make 200sx anymore?
the 200sx was FWD
and no, ended in 98 or thereabouts :hisxlnc:
*in the US anywho.
You're probably thinking 240SX. (At least in the US, KA24DE, I think it's the 200 everywhere else though).
really? i alwasy thought they were RWD...
nope, unless you mean the 240sx as mentioned above. Neither came turboed to the US either.
nah didnt mean 240sx.
maybe 200sx are RWD in Australia....
in the US the 200sx is a 2 door sentra. Came with the GA16 or the SR20 in SE-R form.
Don't listen to vpsec. He is an idiot.
At first, the 200SX available in the US was the "S" chassis (s10 through S12). In the mid 90's, Nissan decided to call the FWD "B" chassis coupe the "200SX".
ah... so they are different cars....
your cars suck... so many FWD cars.
I don't care about that old busted shit.
B or newer is it.
This was the last 200SX in America.
It became the 240SX after that.
nein, this was the last 200sx in the US
These cars kick ass, BTW.
Its the pinnacle of Japanese style. Everything Japanese became halfassed and girly after the 80s were over.
Did HisXLNC just get OWNED?
I can't think of any currently in production, but I'm hardly an authority on the subject.
This thing IS NOT a 200SX. Regardless of what badge Nissan put on it, it is a Sunny/Sentra/Lucino coupe. The 200SX rebadging was a half-assed attempt to make it look like they sold more varieties of cars than they actually had.
now these are real 200sx's!!
Say it with me, idiots.
"This is not really a 200SX. It is a Sunny/Sentra/Lucino coupe."