Friday, July 28, 2017

Comes With A Spare: 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R

The B13 generation Nissan Sentra isn't a particularly memorable car in basic spec, but the factory hod rod SE-R offers an oddly fun package. The combination of a robust and torquey inline-4, good brakes, light curb weight, and limited slip differential puts the SE-R into the ugly-but-good category of used cars. Find this 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R offered for $5,000 in Richmond, VA via craigslist.

The SE-R is one of the classic FWD Japanese factory hot rods (along with the likes of the Integra Type-R, CRX Si, Corolla FX16, etc).  This one has a number of upgrades and comes with a rolling parts car.  The seller says the car is a 95% rust free VA car...how bad can 5% rust be anyway?


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4 comments:

  1. how do you find a B13 Sentra? - google the phrase "that shit is milk" - try it - have to use the quotes though

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  2. I'd love to drive one of these in fresh, completely stock form. I read they had been producing this body style in Mexico until just a couple of years ago. I wonder if it's possible to grab one of those and add some SER goodies to it

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  3. I have owned a few of these. This is one of the cars that benefits from some well chosen mods. The car in the listing here has the Nissan VVL engine that revs like a Type R Integra. These VVL engines take well to boost as well.

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