The NX 1600 keeps up with the tradition of being a compact, sporty, and feisty car as it is the baby brother of the hotter NX 2000. It is an idol that delights JDM aficionados all over the world. Both models were born to appeal young car shoppers looking for a nimble little car that boast character and is fun to drive. This little front wheel drive 2-door sports car is Nissans’ answer to the famed Mazda MX-3, Toyota MR2, and Honda Civic Del Sol. We have this 1992 Nissan NX 1600 for sale by its original owner. It is believed to be 1 of 260 that sold in the U.S. though this is not confirmed. With 160,000 miles on its clock, this adorable NX 1600 awaits in Florida to put a big grin on its next owner’s face.
Most NX 1600 and NX 2000 models were fitted with T-Tops, and this 1992 Nissan NX 1600 T-Top is one of them as the name suggest. This implies that the car's roof is made out of a straight bar in the middle of the roof and two removable panels on either side. Our subject NX 1600 enjoys a red exterior with a black streak running around the car. Its hatchback body style gives it’s an elegantly sloped backlight that effortlessly connects to the deck lid that seem to appear as its spoiler. The gray interior of this 1992 Nissan NX 1600 is kept straightforward with nothing to distract you from the task at hand. The radio and A/C controls are fitted to the center console. This small hatchback can accommodate up to four adults and provides plenty of storage space right behind the rear seats. The seller reports rear folding seats meaning that the storage capacity can be further enhanced if needed.
Shoehorned under the hood of this 1992 Nissan NX 1600 is a 1.6L I4 engine that is capable of producing around 95 horsepower out of the factory. However, we believe that its 5-speed manual transmission, which is becoming more and more sought-after due to its scarcity, provides the greatest enjoyment.
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