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Nissan Silvia is a series of sport coupes developed based on the S platform of the Japanese manufacturer. Depending on the generation, there are different versions of the model such as the Nissan Silvia S14 made for the European and North American market.
The Nissan Silvia for sale in the Philippine market comes with a front engine and rear-wheel drive. However, the model was discontinued in 2002 after the S15 version.
Now, here’s a complete review of the Nissan Silvia S15 (2001-2003).
The S15 measures 4445 mm in length, 1695 mm in width, and 1285 mm in height. Overall, this car is lower, heavier, and wider compared with its predecessor.
With the S15, Nissan gave the driver’s seat an ergonomic design to help the driver better control the car while reducing fatigue during an extended drive. Apart from that there is a large tachometer placed in the middle of the cluster, the Spec-R finished with titanium, and a boost pressure gauge connected to the side front pillar on the driver’s side.
In terms of safety, the Nissan Silvia S15 offers warnings for drivers against potential danger, driver assistance in preventing potential danger and harm reduction. This is the triple safety concept from Nissan, in addition to other standard features.
When using this car, you will get a 6-speaker system, AM/FM/RDS radio, input for CD/DVD/Cassette, along with the Automatic/Manual Climate control, and AC.
Is the Nissan Silvia S15 fast?
The maximum speed of this car is 331 kilometers per hour.
Is the Nissan Silvia a good drift car?
Yes, it is. In fact, until 2020, three decades after the launch of the Silvia S13, it still stood among the most popular drift cars on the market.
How many miles does a S14 last?
If you take proper care of the car, it can last between 290,000 and 350,000 kilometers.