1993 Nissan Skyline GTS25-t
179,000 km or 111,225 miles
This 1993 Nissan Skyline GTS25-t is an absolutely beautiful example of a non-GTR Skyline. This car has been left stock, and appears to be very well kept during its life in Japan. The exterior looks beautiful, indicative to the mid-90’s style that so many enthusiasts love and find nostalgic. The interior is similar, and the steering wheel has the factory airbag, also owing to the R33’s improved safety over the R32. This car is also great to drive. It’s smooth, quiet, and comfortable. The transmission still maintains a solid shift motion, and there is no hesitation in the motor.
Aftermarket strut bar
Starting production in mid-late 1993, the R33 Skyline was redesigned and upgraded in several ways. Safety was a big improvement, and the R33 is often regarded as the safest of all Skyline models. All models used 6-cylinder motors now, with the entry level GTS using the SOHC RB20E. It was available in both coupe and sedan, with the coupe more closely resembling the GTR-to-come a few years later. The GTS-t was also revived in the new GTS25-t, which upgraded from the 2.0L RB20DET to the larger RB25DET. This increased power and torque across the board, as well as providing a better platform for tuners. HICAS also made a return as Super HICAS (and who doesn’t love super things?!), and the GTS25-t could also be had with a new active-LSD, which replaced the old viscous LSD.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: 2.5 Liter
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Color: White
Chassis Number (VIN): ECR33-021870
Model: Skyline GTS25t