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NISSAN SKYLINE Used Car Review

Originally known as the Prince Skyline before Prince and Nissan merged in 1967, this is a badge that covers a mix of body styles and was introduced locally in 1964. Four-door Nissan Skylines were built in Australia between 1978 and 1990, though the Skyline name these days is most closely associated with the sportier versions that were imported privately - and the GT-R supercar that no longer uses the Skyline name. In more recent years, Nissan Skyline models have been rebadged for Nissan's luxury division Infiniti for countries that include North America and Australia. The Infiniti Q50 sedan, for example, is called the Nissan Skyline in Japan.

Pros

Cons

  • Sedan/wagon versions were great for long-distance travel
  • Strong six-cylinder engine
  • Cult status for sportier models, especially GT-R flagship.
  • Plenty of car and features for money in its day
  • Not the most attractive styling
  • Sportier versions generally private imports
  • Examples can be heavily modified
  • Can now only buy Infiniti-badged versions of Skylines in Australia
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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2012 Nissan Skyline Fuga Hybrid 3.5 Fuga Fuga Hybrid 3.5 Fuga Hybrid Black Automatic Sedan

  • 86539 km
  • Sedan
  • Auto
  • 6

This is the incredible Skyline / Fuga Hybrid luxury sedan - it's realy a flagship model that would be badged an Infiniti in AUS! With a 3.5 quad cam dual throttlebody V6 Skyline heartbeat - It's a very fast luxury sedan with a low cost hybrid heart fuel cost to run... It's a very quickened responsive rear wheel drive - driver focused car - i.e. its a 4 door sports car with a huge amount of luxury creature comforts thrown in. Driving this car -it has two personalities - in easy driving aro

$28,888Drive Away^
West Ryde, NSW

Dealer used
29/11/2021

1990 Nissan Skyline BNR32 GTR Black Manual Coupe

  • 89876 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Manual

This Car is a Great Platform for whomever wants a Great Base for a Straight Genuine Car. Body - 6/10 Engine - 7.5/10 Interior 6/10 Please DO NOT MAKE OFFERS, This Price is Firm. We’re a Luxury and Import Dealership based in Sydney’s South-West Suburb. Our Showroom is only a short drive from Parramatta and Liverpool! Due to the current situation with NSW Lockdown, we are still Open Via Click and Collect. Third Party Inspectors; Redbook MTA Vehicle Inspections NRMA Can STILL Inspect vehic

$79,880
Chipping Norton, NSW

Dealer used
26/11/2021

2004 Nissan Skyline V35 350GT Black 5 Speed Sports Automatic Coupe

  • 55420 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Auto
  • 6

JUST ARRIVED PREMIUM MODEL 350GT YOU BE FIRST AUSTRALIAN OWNER BUY DIRECT FROM IMPORTER AND SAVE SAVE SAVE!! MECHANICALLY SERVICED AND DETAILED INSIDE OUT READY TO GO WITH ANY INSPECTION WELCOME!!!! PRICE WILL INCLUDE 6 MONTH REGISTRATION BONUS 5 YEAR AUS-WIDE PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY PLUS 1 YEAR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE INCLUDED BUY WITH CONFIDENT GENUINE LOW KM VERIFIED WITH DE/REG PAPERS AND EXPORT CERTIFICATE AND SERVICE HISTORY PROVIDED UPON PURCHASE ALSO AUCTION PAPER NON ACCIDENT NON SM

$15,900
Arncliffe, NSW

Dealer used
23/11/2021

Eoi 1993 Nissan Skyline r33

  • 180000 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Manual

Looking at what I'll be able to get before selling rebuild rb25det Tomei pistons forged rods hks cam shafts hks t04z turbo and hks waste gate only running on spring pressure 1.1 bar it had series 2 front bar and Nismo front lip trust cooler and intake manifold 6 boost exhaust manifold Nismo injectors and fuel pump 18 inch works xd9 rims 6 pot Brembo brakes (front) haltech plug and play ecu has had a respray with flakes tein coil overs all round Cusco hicas lock bar has gauges as seen in pics de

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$40,000Negotiable
Perth, WA

11/10/2021

2003 Nissan skyline V35 350GT

  • 119000 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Manual

Black… Manual… Sunroof Low 119klm Cat back exhaust.. nice tone not too loud. Head unit and sub. Strong engine and rebuilt transmission by previous owner. Car presents well , not showroom condition though. Only problem is heater doesn’t work and has been bypassed by previous owner. Aircond all good though and recently re gassed . New battery about 6 months ago. Next service due at 125k ( long way away ) Expensive 20” Vertini Drift wheels with all round new tyres just fitted. Wheels alone are wor

$15,950Negotiable
Hectorville, SA

17/08/2021

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Overview of the Nissan Skyline

Overview of the Nissan Skyline

Originally known as the Prince Skyline before Prince and Nissan merged in 1967, this is a badge that covers a mix of body styles and was introduced locally in 1964.

Four-door Nissan Skylines were built in Australia between 1978 and 1990, though the Skyline name these days is most closely associated with the sportier versions that were imported privately - and the GT-R supercar that no longer uses the Skyline name.

In more recent years, Nissan Skyline models have been rebadged for Nissan's luxury division Infiniti for countries that include North America and Australia. The Infiniti Q50 sedan, for example, is called the Nissan Skyline in Japan.

RUNNING COSTS

Fuel Consumption

= Highly economical.

= Good economy.

= Average fuel use.

= Heavy consumption.

Servicing

SIMILAR MODELS TO NISSAN SKYLINE (COUPE MODELS)

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR: NISSAN SKYLINE (1992 ONWARDS)

If the Nissan Skyline you're looking at was made after 1992, then it's a version of the car that was not imported by Nissan Australia.

And even if the build date is prior to 1992, it could still be a private - or 'grey' - import as many were imported by enthusiasts hankering for this cult car.

So the first thing to check is whether the car in question actually complies with all the relevant Australia Standards and design rules. Some cars had to be inspected by an engineer (depending on State and build-date) so this is a murky area in some cases. It's also worth checking that your insurer will cover a private import like the Skyline.

The next thing to work out is exactly what variant the car is. Some were all-wheel drive, some were turbocharged, and some had all-wheel steering. Some had all of this, others had none, so values vary wildly. Don't accidentally pay GT-R money for a GTS, for example.

It's also handy to find out from where the car was originally imported. A Hong Kong-delivered car, for instance, will have spent the first part of its life idling in traffic. Even Japan has regions of harsh climate that can be hard on cars.

Finally, be wary of heavily modified cars as they bring too many unknowns in terms of roadworthiness, not to mention legality.