Directly import from Japan auction! Nissan Leopard Turbo 1991 Highest Trim. Ultima Grand Selection Twin cam turbo V30 VG30DET single turbo. 255hp-6000rpm, 342hm-3200rpm. AUTOMATIC transmission; Factory adjustable front rear suspension. Power windows, Driver seat PW, CD player, AC-climate, PC, PW Mirror and folding , PW Sun Roof, Cruise Control, Factory 6 inch- TV , Door central lock. Forget Volks Rays wheels. New battery, New oil -oil filter New spark plugs , New tires, New rear original adjustable rear shock absorber!!! Miles 51,000 ml . Clean WA title. Video: https://youtu.be/9spk32dY5CA No Trades. Web site: jdmcarandmotorcycle.com Price + Tax, Documentary fee & Licensing (WA residence ) Video: https://youtu.be/9spk32dY5CA The F31 Leopard appeared in February 1986 and was only available as a luxury GT coupé. This vehicle shared a platform with the Nissan Skyline R31, Nissan Cefiro A31, and the Nissan Laurel C32 to share development costs. The F30 and F31 Leopards were direct competitors to the Toyota Soarer, Mazda Cosmo, and the all-new Honda Legend coupe in 1986, Whereas the Soarer had the 1JZ-GTE, A twin-turbo 3.0 straight six; the similar-looking Leopard coupé came with the options of a V6 engine, thereby installing the engine aligned with the front axle and offering better front-to-rear weight distribution. The displacements of the Nissan V6 were of either a 3.0L or a 2.0L, and they were the VG30DET, VG30DE, VG20DET (post 1988), VG20ET (prior to 1988), and VG20E. Early 2.0 turbo versions had the single-cam (per bank) VG20ET, but from August 1988, the quad cam version appeared. The bodywork was also facelifted at this time, and now featured a somewhat smoother front appearance. It was the facelifted version that was exported to the USA, and approximately 5,000 Leopards were sold (with around 2,500 of those being converted to convertibles by ASC). In the USA, the F31 was called the Infiniti M30. Output of the VG30DE engine also increased marginally at the time of the facelift. Available in top spec form was the new turbocharged 3 litre VG30DET engine which produces 255 PS (188 kW). Only the smaller VG20ET and VG20DET engines had intercoolers. Compared to the Soarer, the Leopard's bodywork is somewhat more angular, but with neater detailing around the windows. The glazing is also flush-fitted, without the unusual proportions of the Soarer's glass. The angular bodywork was reflected in the companion fastback sportscar, called the Fairlady ZX, but the coupe remained exclusive in Japan to Nissan Motor Store locations. The Leopard coupe styling was offered as an alternative to the Fairlady ZX's fastback appearance. Trim packages started with the top level Ultima Grand Selection with the 3.0 V6 engine, the Ultima with the 3.0 V6, (later the Ultima received the 3.0 V6 turbo), the XS-II Grand Selection with the 2.0 V6 Turbo, the XS-II with the 2.0 V6 Turbo, the XS with the V6 Turbo, the XJ-II with a 2.0 V6 and the base model called the XJ with the 2.0 V6. All models came with a digital instrument cluster, all models except the XS and the XJ came with stereo and cruise control buttons installed in the steering wheel center pad, and both Grand Selection models were installed with a 6-inch TV screen installed in the dashboard below the A/C controls that allowed passengers to watch broadcast TV if the transmission was in Park and the parking brake applied. The video entertainment system also had RCA connections to attach a camcorder and watch recorded video. The stereo and video equipment was supplied by Sony. 1987 Nissan Leopard 3.0 Ultima interior The Leopard F31 had few factory options, but dealers offered the addition of a cellular phone installed in a dedicated compartment in the dashboard above the glove compartment where a modern passenger side airbag would now be located, and a choice of a cassette tape changer with a separate single disc CD player later upgraded to a CD changer.
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