1994 Nissan R33 Sedan
Stock Number: 4261
The R33 sedan is a full-fledged performance car without a doubt, especially when spec'd with a firebreathing turbo six and a manual tranny. Our 1994 GTS25t is offered with only 33K miles and is finished in a subtle, yet classy (1N4) Silver over Gray two-tone. The body is in good shape other than some minor scuffs and dings that can accumulate from daily use. Sporting several updates over the prior generation Skyline, the classic rear-drive proportions were retained while the angular, creased styling cues were replaced with more flowing body lines. With several performance upgrades already installed, this Type M is a blast to drive and can fit up to five adults and their gear. Packed with value, and up to date on maintenance, we offer a turn-key purchasing experience for those who can see themselves owning a Japanese Classic car such as this one.
The interior is leaps and bounds better than the sedan this model replaced. The quality of the materials received a noticeable boost, and because of this, you needn't deal with the distorted dash or seat wear issues associated with the earlier examples. As noted, the headliner, dash, and door cards have all held up well over the years. With the exception of the steering wheel, which has experienced some typical leatherwear, the touch surfaces are all in good shape. Utilizing a completely digital climate system, occupants can choose to alleviate the heat of summertime with functional A/C. The heat works as well, and you don't have to feel shy about driving this car in all four seasons. The interior size is improved over the R32, which is unsurprising, as the model grew up some. The shoulder room and legroom are much improved, and the seat comfort is slightly upgraded over the R32. The gray cloth is still soft to the touch and is devoid of any major imperfections such as spills, stains, and holes. That goes for the rear row as well, and power options included a one-touch driver window, power-folding mirrors, and power locks. The OEM audio system is still functional, although we realize most of our clients would rather hear the sublime sound of the RB.
Below the flowing bonnet, one of Nissan's finest ever engines redies. The RB25DET doesn't get the press of its 2.6L cousin, but it packs nearly the same punch. At 2498cc, this inline-six starts up every time and settles into a nice vibration-free idle. Installed is a new 12V battery, and the engine benefits from a fresh oil and filter change as well. The five-speed manual transmission was originally spec'd in this car, and shifts smoothly through the gears. The car makes plenty of power, and effortlessly accelerated to, and above, freeway legal speeds. An HPI intake makes all the right sounds, and allows for better breathing. On the exhaust side, a polished Fujistubo exhaust deepens the bark of RB25, and adds a few ponies. Around the corners, normally the R33 feels a bit floaty under normal circumstances. Gladly, KTS adjustable dampers are fitted that lower ride height, center of gravity, and obvious fender gap. The sedan corners incredibly flat, and can pitch the rear out easily with the stab of the throttle. R33 GT-R wheels with grippy freshly mounted and balanced all-season tires finish the look.
While the R32 and R34 get all the love, the R33 sedan is a hidden gem. It makes great power, seats five, and is simple to wrench on. This clean, manual-equipped sedan can do it all and is a certified 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.