Nissan Silvia

The Nissan Silvia JDM Car is a series of sports coupes built on the Nissan S platform. The Silvia version was sold in Japan as 180SX, exported as 200SX or 240SX, and some export versions were sold under the Datsun brand. The 1989 model, the S13 Silvia, launched in mid-1988, became very popular in Japan. It was released in 1988 and won the Japan Car of the Year award. However, Silvia is no longer exported. Instead, the re-badged 180SX was sold in most markets.

 The European version of this JDM  car was still known as the 200SX. In North America, the S13 (180SX front, all three different body styles) was known as the 240SX. The S13 Silvia Coupe was manufactured between 1988 and 1994 and overlapped with the S14 Silvia launched in 1993.

There are 2 Different Versions of The Silvia JDM Car:

Exterior Features:

Nissan Silvia JDM Car used fixed headlights. The 180SX, a hatchback version of the Silvia, used the pop-up headlights that were introduced at the same time. The hatchback version, called 180SX, replaced the Japanese gazelle name and continued to be produced until 1998.


Interior Features:

The S13 was one of the first applications of Nissan’s multi-link rear suspension, and its technology has recently been adopted in concept cars such as the Nissan MID4. We also first offered an all-wheel steering system known as HICAS II. HICAS II was updated in 1990 and renamed Super HICAS. The S13 introduced a viscous lock differential on some models.

Engine Specifications:

 The S13 Silvia JDM Car is powered by the CA18DE and CA18DET engines originally inherited from the end of S12 production, with an intercooler added to the CA18DET to slightly improve stability and performance. The SR20DE and SR20DET engines debuted in the mid-1990s (1991 model), with larger displacement and more efficient turbochargers than previous vehicles, resulting in overall increased power and torque.

Other Versions of Nissan Silvia S13 JDM Car :

Sileighty’s creation, followed by another version of Silvia known as Onevia. Based on the S13 chassis, the Silvia front end will be removed and replaced with the 180SX front end. The Onevia was never sold as a complete car in Japan (in North America, the 240SX coupe version was basically a left-hand drive version of the Silvia with a 180SX / 240SX nose). There was also a retro style car with the S13 Silvia center section, engine and undercarriage. It is called Mitsuoka Le-Sade and was built in 1990 in a very limited series. This car was also popular with several diecast makers such as Hot Wheels, which has released iterations several times over the years.

Models in Nissan Silvia S13 Of JDM Car:

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