Nissan Skyline Accessories & Parts

About Nissan Skyline

The Nissan Skyline is actually one of the most prominent Japanese vehicles and has been around in various body styles for over 5 decades. The production of the Skyline started with the introduction of the Skyline ALSI-1 marketed as a luxury car and built by the Prince Motor Company back in April 1957. The first Skyline featured a 1.5-liter engine producing 60 horsepower. In 1966, Prince and Nissan merged, and from 1967 on, Princes were sold as Nissans or Datsuns. Even though, the Prince division is still alive within Nissan and responsible for today's Skyline lineup including the ALSI-1/ALSI-2/BLRA-3. While not distributed in the United States, the Skyline's popularity in video games, movies and magazines resulted in many such cars being imported there from 1999 to late 2005.

The Skyline has seen 12 generations in its history. It was largely designed and engineered by Shinichiro Sakurai, and he remained the Skyline's chief engineer until 2011. The Skyline is available in various different body styles including a coupé, sedan, station wagon, crossover, convertible and pick up/delivery van. Most Skylines are rear-wheel drive; the four-wheel drive model was available since the eighth-generation's debut. With the release of the R30 Series in 1981, Nissan started to use the R3x naming system. In 1983, the company honored Paul Newman by introducing the high-performance "Paul Newman Version R30" GT-ES turbo.

The Skyline was initially aimed at the luxury department, and through the decades it has consistently maintained its reputation. The sporty Skyline's interior was upgraded in the 1980s with power steering, electric windows, and air-conditioning as standard equipment. Keeping pace with the times and the rapidly changing world the Nissan Skyline introduces incredible innovations, improves performance of its vehicles, without compromising ride comfort.

There are not many cars in the automotive industry with the same impressive look and outstanding performance as the Nissan Skyline. To keep your Nissan Skyline in great shape, is ready to provide you with premium parts and accessories manufactured by world-renowned companies. It doesn't matter whether you are looking for comfort, style, or protection for your Nissan Skyline, you will find a huge variety of parts and accessories right here. When you need premium quality Nissan Skyline products, has you covered.

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Nissan Skyline Accessories & Parts Reviews
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1998 Nissan Skyline | Posted by Colton | (Inglewood, CA)

Good price for the unit which is more expensive on other stores. It works exactly as intended. Good material won't brake in case of proper use. Recommend for everyone!

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