Nissian N13 Sunny's

Discussion in 'Asian Forums' started by lancia monk, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. So how are they?

    Anything i need to look for? I'll be looking at one tomorrow..
  2. Specs?
  3. 1.6 from 1987?

  4. nissan sunny, need i say more?
  5. you mean Pulsars?
    they are okay
  6. More like, the best!
  7. by okay, I mean, they are good.
  8. Dont you mean sentra?
  9. wikipedia says:
    "Saloon models were badged as Pulsar; this was the basis for the badge-engineered Holden Astra.

    In Europe, it was sold as the Nissan Sunny, unrelated, however, to the Sunny sold in Asia. In Malaysia, it was sold as the Nissan Sentra, differ from the Nissan Sentra sold in the America and visually similar to the European Nissan Sunny. In South Africa it was sold as the Nissan Sabre. There were three and five-door hatchbacks and a four-door sedan."

    shit me, confusing.
  10. yeah its alright,

    hopefully it'd look like this, but just in baby blue
  11. ya man get another 20+ year old car
  12. hahah, it just feel that cars from the 90's that I can afford lack soul

    and most importantly, ill be in UK in a bit (september) and i've been saving up for a Delta/S2000 (omgz). So by me taking this old car, ill have hopefully enough cash by the time I hit UK to get me one of those <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>

    Then i'll promise you a ride in it, just for all teh shit i've got for the passionmobile
  13. Are you serious? (on everything youve just written?)
  14. #14 lancia monk, Jan 13, 2009
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    yeah, the idea is that when i sell the car it should give me about 1500 punds (thank god for exhange rate) and the 3 months of working full time without paying rent ect, will let me save up at least another 500 but im aiming for 1000..

    And then..

    (with a bit of haggling)

    Also, I dont know why i said S2000, I meant Rx-7, but generally anything from 2000pounds or up <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
  15. #15 dnd, Jan 13, 2009
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    The cars themselves are reasonably priced and both are awesome, have you considered the insurance aspect? At a guess id say both of those would be group 20 and at a guess id imagine the premium would be close to the purchase price, who knows maybe more. When i was in UK I was paying 1700 just for a toyota altezza third party, no points on license either.
  16. Yeah I was just looking at that, the insurance would be the same as I pay here in DK, 1400pounds p/a <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A> Maybe I should choose something smaller <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/confused.gif"></A>
  17. sentra is/was the bluebird. preeety sure.
  18. dude.....old mans car.
  19. just a question, did you buy your golf with your own cash?
  20. lol of course not.
  21. In its typically confusing way, nissan has the same name for different cars, or different names for the same car, if that makes sense. Ie the 180sx and 200sx and 240sx and the silvia.
    However in the case of the sentra/sunny/pulsar, after looking it up online it seems that the new zealand market uses the sentra name to describe the nzdm pulsar/sunny (N series of car), only later on changing the name. I know the same for south african N series was called sentra as well, not sure what it is called now tho. Different markets different name.
  22. exactly
  23. yep
  24. seriously? thats chilled, what job did you have and how long did it take to save up?
  25. me and my bro bought it together. took us about 3 years of saving up. i worked for distribution centre and also worked at a insurance company and now i work for another insurance company 1 day a week. my bro works for a notary.

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