The Nissan Silvia is the name given to the company's long-running line of sport coupes based on the Nissan S platform. Though many other Nissan cars share their chassis with the Silvia, the name Silvia is interchangeable with the chassis codes. The original Silvia ran from 1965 to 1968, it was later revived and ran between 1975 to 2002.

Nissan Silvia S13[edit | edit source]

The fifth generation of the Nissan Silvia was known as the S13. It was made from 1988 to 1994. Unlike its previous generations, it featured fixed headlights. The S13 initially came with CA16DE and CA16DET engines, however the engines were replaced with the SR20DE and SR20DET engines. A hatchback version with pop-up headlights was released called the Nissan 180SX. Some racers modified their 180SXs, replacing the front half with that of an Silvia S13, this was called a SilEighty.

The S13 offered three trim packages: King (K), Queen (Q) and Jack (J). The J trim was the standard package, with the Q and K trims offered more power and a better experience. The K trim came with a Turbocharged engine.

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Nissan Silvia S14[edit | edit source]

The sixth generation of the Nissan Silvia was known as the S14. It was made from 1992 to 1998. The S15 came with SR20DE and SR20DET engines.

Same as the S13, the S14 offered three trim packages: King (K), Queen (Q) and Jack (J). The J trim was the standard package, with the Q and K trims offered more power and a better experience. The K trim came with a Turbocharged engine.

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Nissan Silvia Q's[edit | edit source]

Nissan Silvia K's Aero[edit | edit source]

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Nissan Silvia S15[edit | edit source]

The seventh and final generation of the Nissan Silvia was known as the S15. It was made from 1999 to 2002. The S15 came with SR20DE and SR20DET engines. It became the last generation of the Silvia when Nissan stopped producing their S platform in 2002.

Unlike it's previous versions, the S15 only came in two versions: the standard Spec-S, and the performance Spec-R. Both versions offer an Aero variant, giving the car a large rear wing and side skirts.

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