Nissan Silvia

The S14 Silvia JDM Car made its debut in Japan in late 1993. It was lower and wider than the S13. The new rounded styling helped create the illusion of a significantly larger size than it actually happened. Both the wheelbase and track width have been increased and handling has been slightly improved.

In contrast to the export market, where sales of the S14 chassis stagnated, Silvia continued to be popular in Japan.

There are 2 Different Versions of The Silvia:

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As the width dimension exceeded 1,700 mm (67 inches), this generation was out of the compact class tax system and Japanese buyers were liable for higher road taxes. At that time, sales of the S14 were sluggish as purchasers of special vehicles switched to mobile homes and SUVs.

 Equipped with the RB20DET NEO and combined with a 5-speed gearbox, the R34 GT has become the most fuel-efficient in-line 6-cylinder skyline ever. The 4-speed automatic transmission available on some models has been maintained and upgraded with Tiptronic-style manual control.

Interior Features:

 Fastback and convertible bodies have been discontinued internationally and only the coupe was produced. The trim level specification was similar to S13, but the club selection package was removed. An “aero” variant of Q and K was offered, featuring large rear wings and a gentle ground effect.  Fastback and convertible bodies have been discontinued internationally and only the coupe was produced. The trim level specification was similar to S13, but the club selection package was removed. An “aero” variant of Q and K was offered, featuring large rear wings and a gentle ground effect.

 

Engine Specification:

In May 1998, the HR34, ER34, ENR34, and BNR34 marked the introduction of the more economical and environmentally friendly RB25DETNEO engine. The RB20E engine was discontinued in the R34 base model (GT) and the last used RB20E on the R32 Skyline was reintroduced in an updated NEO guise.

 Equipped with the RB20DET NEO and combined with a 5-speed gearbox, the R34 GT has become the most fuel-efficient in-line 6-cylinder skyline ever. The 4-speed automatic transmission available on some models has been maintained and upgraded with Tiptronic-style manual control.

Exterior Features:

In 1996, the S14’s styling was slightly updated to add aggressive looking projector headlights and colored tail lights to all models. The older version is known as zenki. Fascia and other exterior trim pieces have also been revised. Turbochargers now use a more efficient ball bearing center section. This updated version is also known by enthusiasts as the Kouki S14 or S14A.

Export Market:

 In North America, it was sold as a 2nd generation 240SX equipped with a non-turbo KA24DE engine from 1995 to 1998. The last model year for S14 production in all markets was 1999, the so-called touring model. It had a better engine block, better pistons, and better acceleration in lower gear.

Models in Nissan Silvia S14 JDM Car:

Year From Year To Chassis
1993
1999
CS14
1993
1999
S14

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