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Have you ever owned a Nissan 300C? Did you have to replace any parts? If so, then we would love to hear about your experience of this car and how the replacement parts performed. You can write your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Nissan 300C Overview

The Nissan 300C is classed as a luxury car which was built by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Nissan. The 300C was in production between 1984 and 1987 and was the name used for the export version for the Y30-series of the Nissan Cedric. The 300C was available in both saloon and estate versions. These cars were extremely well built with leading technological design for this time and had great luxurious comfort and spacious interior. In fact the estate version had a third row which could be folded down and seat up to seven people. The engine was a powerful well built engine and the vehicle had a really good driving position. Does this sound like your experience of the 300C?

Nissan 300C History

The Nissan 300C was introduced in 1984 and was part of the Nissan Cedric range. The saloon version was introduced to the European market to try and compete with the likes of the BMW 7-series and Mercedes S-Class in the large executive car class. The saloon version was only available with an automatic gearbox but both versions had a V6 VG series engine. The estate version was not quite as luxurious as the saloon but could seat up to seven people and was a very practical vehicle. The estate was only available with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Both cars were built on the Y30 platform. Production of both versions ceased in 1987.

Model Types

Saloon Estate

Fuel Economy

The Nissan 300C had a 3.0L petrol engine which offered around an average of 32mpg. How did the engine on your 300C perform in terms of fuel economy? Remember to think about the fuel type, engine size and age of vehicle when considering fuel economy on a motor vehicle.


The Nissan 300C was available in two different gearboxes depending on which version. The estate version was available with a 5-speed manual and the saloon had a 4-speed automatic gearbox. Which gearbox did you have and how did you rate its performance? Have a look at our Nissan gearbox section to begin your search for your 300C gearbox parts.


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