Monday 21st January 2013
Ad provided by Google
Pay with paypal
Approved
Save money
Fast delivery

Join over 5 million customers

If you have ever owned a Nissan 300ZX then we want to hear about it. Let us know about any parts you had to replace and how they performed. Write a review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Nissan 300ZX Overview

The Nissan 300ZX is classed as a grand tourer sports car and was produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Nissan. This vehicle was in production from 1983 to 2000. This vehicle was a replacement for the Nissan 280ZX and was eventually replaced by the Nissan 350Z. The 300ZX is part of Nissans Z sports car range and was known as the Nissan Fairlady Z in Japan. These cars were super quick and had very attractive looks. They are extremely comfortable and handle like you should expect from a sports car. The Nissan 300ZX are very expensive to repair and maintain, and also to run. This is a good option for a grand tourer sports car. Does this sound like your experience of the 300ZX?

Nissan 300ZX History

The first generation Z31 (1983-89) replaced the Nissan 280ZX and was the first time the 300ZX name was used. The 300 part was to indicate the V6 3.0L engine and the ZX naming system was first used on the previous 280ZX. This generation was the most successful of the two generations, selling over 100,000 of these cars. This vehicle was built upon the same chassis as the previous 280ZX. In 1986 this car had a slight makeover, mainly affecting the exterior of the car.

The second generation Z32 (1989-2000) was extremely popular and had a redesign, with the only thing remaining the same was the 3.0L engine. The new turbo version was to prove to be very popular. Nissans Z-range was extremely popular and in 1990 had sold its One Millionth car, making it the most popular sports car ever. The 300ZX ceased production in 2000 and was replaced with the Nissan 350Z.

Model Types

GL
GLL
Targa
Turbo

Fuel Economy

The Nissan 300ZX was available as a 3.0L petrol engine which offered up to 20mpg which is kind of what you would expect from a car of this type. How did your 300ZX perform in terms of fuel economy? Always remember to think about the fuel type, age and engine size of the vehicle when considering fuel economy.

Transmission

The Nissan 300ZX was available in 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox did you have and how do you rate its performance? You can have a look at the Nissan gearbox section of our website to search for your 300ZX gearbox parts.

Parts

We have Nissan 300ZX parts available here at Breakeryard. Our comprehensive network of verified UK Breakers has parts for all makes and models at great prices. You can begin your search one of two ways: Enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the 300ZX parts page to locate the exact parts you need for your 300ZX.

If you have experienced problems with parts on the 300ZX, why not check our 300ZX problem page here?