180SX-Good for Drift
Nissan 180SX is a very similar "drift" model to AE86. After several years of shutdown, it is still sought after by many drift enthusiasts. 180SX was Nissan's first sports car equipped with a four-cylinder 1.8L turbocharged engine in 1989. It was designed for the hatchback model in the S13 system at that time. Therefore, the biggest difference between 180SX and the normal S13 double-door model is whether it has a flip-over headlight.
180SX has two meanings as the name of the car. The first is that 180 represents the 1.8L CA18DET engine on which the car was launched at the beginning of its publication. The second is that the English abbreviation SX stands for Nissan's overseas export version. In 1991, the new SR20DET engine replaced the old CA18DET as the new power heart of 180SX. It should also be renamed 200SX according to the convention, but this title was left to the overseas market. Japan still insists on calling it 180SX. In this year, 180SX and Silvia officially separated. In 1997, 180SX with SR20DET turbocharged engine was shut down. Although NISSAN introduced a number of RPS 13 models without turbocharged engine, the whole system of 180SX was shut down in 1998. But I believe it is not a difficult thing to experience the joy of driving it.
Item: 180SX JDM spoiler