Nissan NX is a compact coupe. It had been produced since 1990 to 1996 and substituted Nissan Pulsar NX (EXA). This car used Nissan Sentra platform, and in the model range it held position under SX/Silvia.
The main competitors of 100NX/2000NX for the period of its popularity were such cars as Mazda MX-3, Honda CR-X, Toyota Paseo/MR2, Ford Puma, Opel Tigra and other compact coupe.
In 1996 the car was discontinued and substituted by Nissan Lucino.
In the different markets this model had various names. In Europe it was called 100NX, in the North America it was NX1600/NX2000, and in Japan and Australia it was under the name NX Coupe.
All these small-sized cars were equipped with inline-4 cylinder engines. In the inner Japanese market Nissan NX might have 1.5-liter GA15DS and 1.8 liter SR18DE engines. For the models of all the countries 1.6-liter GA16DE and GA16DS were used. US models with GA16 engines were named Nissan NX1600. In the top there was naturally aspirated 2-liter SR20DE engine, US versions with this engine were called NX2000.
Having picked your auto below, you will find a description of all these engines. Besides the specs, you will also know all the popular problems and the reasons for them, what engine oil to use for your NX, its tuning, lifespan, etc.
List of Nissan NX models:
1 Generation, B13 (1990 – 1996):
Nissan 100NX (91 HP) – 1.6 L
Nissan 100NX (96 HP) – 1.6 L
Nissan 100NX (106 HP) – 1.6 L
Nissan 100NX / NX-R (145 HP) – 2.0 L
Nissan NX (94 HP) – 1.5 L
Nissan NX (110 HP) – 1.6 L
Nissan NX (140 HP) – 1.8 L
Nissan NX1600 (117 HP) – 1.6 L
Nissan NX2000 (152 HP) – 2.0 L