1991 Nissan Skyline GTS
Stock Number: 4476
The Nissan Skyline strikes a chord with nearly everyone that sees one here in the states, and this 1991 GTS is a very special car. Finished in a handsome Gun Gray Metallic (KH2), the classic proportions and deep body creases look striking. The body is in good shape and other than some normal age-related wear, such as some minor dings, scuffs, and chips. Featuring a silky-smooth naturally aspirated 2.0L straight-six, a manual gearbox, and rear-drive this verified one owner R32 is an incredible value. Offered with only 91K verified miles, and brought up to date on maintenance, you won't want to miss out on this Japanese Classic.
The interior is in above average condition for an R32, and its apparent this example was well cared for. As evidenced by owners manual, OEM plush carpet mats, and the clean ashtray upfront; this coupe was clearly cherished. The headliner and door cards are still in good nick, as are the carpets and seats. The gray cloth buckets are especially soft to the touch and are supportive on long drives. They don't have any major staining, rips, or tears to note. The power-folding mirrors are still functional, and this R32 also comes with standard power windows and locks. The factory head unit has been updated with a Carrozzeria unit, and it pipes tunes throughout the cabin. Normally, the Skylines have some accelerated leather wear on the steering wheel but this one is near mint. The dash does, however, have the typical bubble on the passenger side, but that is the largest interior blemish to note.
Nissan is renowned for making legendary engines and transmissions, and the driveline doesn't disappoint in this GTS. Inline-sixes are seemingly a thing of the past, which is a shame. Displacing two liters, the engine fires to life with a quick turn of the key. The RB20DE benefits from a fresh semi-synthetic oil and filter service to keep it happy for the next five-thousand kilometers. An APEX'i exhaust funnels the exhaust gasses rearward, and give the two-liter a bit of a baritone growl. Its near vibration-free operation makes it ideal as a daily driver and the refinement on the R32 is higher than most are expecting. Power is sent rearward through a close-ratio five-speed gearbox. The tranny shifts as it should without a hitch or grinding during gear changes. Acceleration isn't quite as punchy as the GTS-t, but the little coupe doesn't struggle to get out of its own way and it can safely merge up to highways speeds. Fuel economy is pretty impressive, and the RB is inexpensive to service and parts are readily available stateside. The suspension does well sorting out all the bumps and provides plenty of ground clearance. The power steering is nicely weighted, and the brakes stop this Skyline without a sweat. A set of gunmetal Schneider A-Tech alloys are all wrapped in brand new all-season tires, mounted and balanced by one of our trained technicians. They handle wet and dry drive cycles with confidence and quiet down the ride considerably.
The iconic looks, top-notch driving dynamics, and wide aftermarket support make owning a Skyline great. The low cost of ownership and inexpensive entry price make this 1991 GTS a sure-fire Japanese Classic.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.