S13's came as coupes,hatches, and the super rare convertibles. Had either the pignose or chuki bumper.
S14's came as coupes only.First were the zenkis then the koukis.
The KA24DE might be weaksauce in stock form, but can make 500+ hp if tuned right. So all you of idiots who think the SR is the answer, think again. You tune a 240 properly, it can spank Supras RX7's, and yes your Camaros and Mustangs.
The 1995-1998 240SX is known as the S14 generation. It's mechanically pretty much the same. The S13 has slightly better CAM's from factory but it's hardly noticable. The S14 240SX only comes in a coupe form. The SE model has an advantage over all S13's in that it comes with a 5-lug wheel setup, meaning far larger aftermarket support for wheels.
The 240SX and it's Japanese SR20DET engine powered counterparts are renowned in the drifting world for their performance, thanks to excellent weight balance, fairly low curb weight and robust suspension system.
"Not even... 240SX is rear-wheel drive, it's in a whole different league"
"Oh damn.. Never would have guessed... I mean look at the Probe, the 3000GT... look like they should be RWD. Guess I havn't been giving the 240SX enough credit!"
Its front/rear weight balance makes it very reliable in drifting.
This car is very well made, but unfortunately it's production has been stopped, but Nissan has made a newer version of it as a concept car.
It is very modifiable, you can keep the stock engine or put in the SR20DET. Both of which are very well made.
The 1991 - 93 models have a stronger engine than the older models.
Long live the SX series