1995 Nissan Skyline “GTR” Tribute GTS25
74,884 km or 46,531 miles
R33 GTR front bumper
The R33 Skyline GTR is admittedly a fairly expensive car. With production numbers at roughly 1/3 of the R32, and pricing starting around the mid $40k range, not everyone will be able to hop into this JDM legend. So how can one enjoy a nice R33 at a lower cost? Enter this 1995 GTS25 tribute! What we have here is an extremely interesting mix of form and function. To start, the exterior is all GTR, with the front bumper, wheels, and rear spoiler completing the look. The interior even has (R32) GTR seats to keep you snug but comfy during your drive. Not to mention a faux intercooler to make others think twice about challenging you! On the function side, this is simply a GTS25, with a reliable RB25DE.
So why, besides price, would this be an option? Well, anyone who has experience with the Skyline outside of Gran Turismo knows that these cars can be fickle, unreliable, and expensive machines to maintain on a good day. Unless of course, you invested a lot of money to get a supreme example and even still, Nissan ain’t Toyota or Honda. The GTS25 was designed as a road car, not a race car. Turn the key with a good battery, it starts. Put gas in it, it drives. Push the A/C button, GET COLD! Catch our drift? This has the fun appearance of the race-inspired car. Walking up to its midnight purple glory will put a smile on your face. But you can actually use this thing to go to work, shopping, go to dinner etc. without the worry of something going kaput at a moment’s notice. Wanna turn heads and keep them turning because YOUR Skyline still works?! GET THIS THING!!!
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Starting production in mid-late 1993, the R33 Skyline was redesigned and upgraded in several ways. Safety was a big improvement, and the R33 is often regarded as the safest of all Skyline models. All models used 6-cylinder motors now, with the entry level GTS using the SOHC RB20E. It was available in both coupe and sedan, with the coupe more closely resembling the GTR-to-come a few years later. The GTS-t was also revived in the new GTS25-t, which upgraded from the 2.0L RB20DET to the larger RB25DET. This increased power and torque across the board, as well as providing a better platform for tuners. HICAS also made a return as Super HICAS (and who doesn’t love super things?!), and the GTS25-t could also be had with a new active-LSD, which replaced the old viscous LSD.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: 2.5 Liter
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Color: Purple Metallic
Chassis Number (VIN): ECR33053487
Model: Skyline GTS25