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Well, was fun driving the sable, but she's becomeing a bit too much now, so I decided to sell her for a newer car that I can actually afford to put gas in and drive around. I used to drive a 95 nissan 200SX (2 dr sentra) so I atleast know how to work on them. if I need replacement parts for the engine, I have them all in the other car.

Going to buy the car tomorrow, and try to have it registered by next Tuesday, and putting the Sable to pasture untill she sells.

SO. if anyone wants this faded out 91 Sable GS with the 3.8l (i know. no one wants that.) pm me or e-mail me with an offer at [email protected]
 

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Do they get good mileage? I don't know if I would trust a Nissan to do me any good. What is wrong with a Civic or Corolla?
 

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I trust nissan (the older ones anyway.) had a 95 for 6 years till it got totaled. only thing I had to replace was the altinator, oil changes, tires, and of course spark plugs. but it was built like a brick. no problems with engine.

I cant stand Honda, cant find a corolla for the price of the nissan (price is only $800 and it just had new timing belt, alternator, water pump, clutch, and Tune up)



Besides, with the nissan I have a parts car with good engine, suspension, and anything else (other than body parts) that I might need.
 

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Originally posted by Majisto@May 6 2004, 11:05 PM
Do they get good mileage? I don't know if I would trust a Nissan to do me any good. What is wrong with a Civic or Corolla?
Why get a Corolla from '95? Those cars are totally wack. The only thing they are good for is the stock a/c units. Other than that... no power, sloppy emergency handling, cheap interiors. At least '95 200SX models have 140 horsepower... the same as that 3.8L V6 Ford engine (I know it lacks the torque), sports seats, and way better handles. Plus, they're reliable.
 
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