JDM 96 Nissan Stagea RS Four RB25 Turbo AWD Wagon with just under 66k miles
RB25DET 2.5L turbo engine with a automatic AWD Transmission, car just had a full service done 10k miles ago. Runs and drives strong, everything works. Cars all stock with OEM Optional Front Lip
Interior is real clean, 1 nick in driver door panel, Steering wheel and shift knob have some wear. Front left fender has some dents as pictured, rear bumper has some scuffs, right doors both have a small scuff, small scratch on driver fender, small ding on rear right quarter. both mirrors on top are starting to fade, roof is little flat and some fade on top of b pillars as pictured. Please look at all pictures as all flaws are pictured.
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The WC34 Series 1 was produced from 1996 to July 1997. This model bears many visual similarities to the R34 Nissan Skyline, giving the impression of lineage to the R34 Nissan Skyline, though mechanically it is most similar to the R33 Nissan Skyline.
The WC34 Stagea was available with a 2.0L single cam inline 6 engine, a 2.5L twin cam naturally-aspirated inline-six, a 2.5L twin-cam Turbocharged inline-six, or a 2.6L twin-cam twin-turbocharged inline-six engine. All engines were from the Nissan RB engine family, with the 2.6L (260RS model) being the same as that equipped in the R33 Skyline GTR. Engine power ranged from 96 kW (129 hp) in the 2.0L to 172 kW (231 hp) in the 2.5L turbo and 206 kW (276 hp) in the 2.6L twin turbo.
The Stagea was available in rear wheel drive (RWD) and all wheel drive (AWD) variants, with the RWD variants using RWD Laurel front suspension of the strut type and AWD versions using RWD R34 Skyline front suspension of the multi link type. Both RWD and AWD shared its chassis platform with the C35 Laurel, which had the same wheelbase of 2720mm, and was also available in RWD and AWD.
There were some differences in the chassis between 2WD and AWD model Stageas. The main difference being that the driver's side chassis rail on the AWD version was positioned closer to the lower sill. This was done to make room for the transfer case located on the end of the AWD transmission.
The AWD system, ATTESA E-TS, is identical in operation to the Nissan Skyline GTS-FOUR and GT-R AWD system. The AWD Stageas fitted with an automatic transmission also featured a transfer case lock; this locked the transfer case in full 4WD and bypassed the ABS, g-force sensor inputs and ATTESA E-TS engine control unit which were all normally required for the AWD system to work.
Unlike the Skyline and Laurel which had 5 speed automatic transmissions on some automatic 2.5L non turbo versions, all automatic Stageas were 4 speed. All manual models were 5 speed although only 2 models were available manual, the Series 2 turbo RS4S and the Series 1.5 & Series 2 Autech Version 260RS, which were exclusively manual.