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Background and Identification
The Nissan 240SX is a sports car introduced by Nissan in 1989 for the 1990 model year. The 240SX was released in the North American market as a replacement for the outgoing 200SX (S12) model. Most 240SX models were sold with 2.4-liter line-four engines. The first-generation 240SX, the S13, was produced between 1989 and 1994. The second-generation 240SX, the S14, was produced between 1994 and 1998. Both the S13 and S14 generations were based on the Nissan S platform.
The Nissan 240SX model is closely related to other Nissan S platform-based vehicles, including the Japanese-market Silva and 180SX, and the European-market 200SX. Although production of the 240SX ended in 1999, the vehicle is still popular in drifting and among automobile enthusiasts. Because of the popularity of the S-chassis in drifting competitions, prices for the 240SX and its parts have increased dramatically.
The first-generation of the 240SX was sold in two different versions, though each was sold in hatchback and coupe body styles. The hatchback model was sold in base, SE, and LE trim. The Coupe model was available in base, XE, LE, and SE trim.
Nissan 240SX vehicles include the Nissan emblem, which depicts the name “Nissan” in capital letters on a banner inside of a circle. 240SX models include the name “240SX” on the rear of the vehicle.