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For Sale Melbourne: Yellow 2000 Nissan Stagea Rs-Four Type S

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Privately purchased, imported and complied through J-Spec Imports in mid 2008, this unique, sporty and functional wagon is in absolutely fantastic condition and will suit a fastidious buyer.

Some of the many features to list are;

Factory fitted 'Dayz' body kit and strut bar

Factory 17" alloy wheels

HKS Hi-Power Silent turbo-back exhaust

Cooling Pro 'Stealth' Intercooler

Apexi turbo-timer

Nistune ECU

Pioneer MP3/CD Player

Cargo barrier and rear sun shade

With only one sensible Aussie owner (who hand-picked this car from a Japanese dealership, not an auction) since import, and with just 117,000 genuine kilometres on the clock, this truly awesome all-wheel-drive, turbo-charged sports wagon will be one of the best examples in the country. Serviced by Darren and George at Springy Motors in Springvale, this car has been meticulously looked after both cosmetically (duco still sparkles - always waxed) and mechanically, and is due for its next minor service at 130,000kms. Major service with belts, transmission oil etc was completed at 100,000kms. At last dyno, was achieving an easy 186kW at all fours. Never driven hard - family man driver.

Although the car has NSW rego to the end of the month, I have recently moved to Melbourne and will be registering with full 12 months rego in Victoria as of next week. The only noteworthy issue for consideration as mentioned previously on this forum, is that a slight 'buzz' can be heard when changing from first to second gear when the engine is cold. I have taken the car to Skyline transmission specialists who assure me the 'box will be good for another 30-50,000kms before needing the input shaft bearing replaced. In light of this, I am happy to adjust price from the $15,500 as advertised on Carsales to $14,500 solid, including the 12 months Vic rego to get a fast sale.

Regretful sale. Please contact Tom on 0401 624844 or at [email protected] for additional info or photos. Genuine enquiries only please.

The Carsales link can be found below;












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