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Since 1994, Nissan was the sole Japanese producer of a front-engined, rear-wheel drive sport coupe. The Toyota Celica (first Japanese import in this category), Honda Prelude, Acura Integra and Mazda MX-6 are now all front-wheel drive. Think of the 240SX as a small T-Bird and you won't be too far off. Emphasis has moved away from sports car performance to making the vehicle more convenient and luxury.
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Since 1994, Nissan was the sole Japanese producer of a front-engined, rear-wheel drive sport coupe. The Toyota Celica (first Japanese import in this category), Honda Prelude, Acura Integra and Mazda MX-6 are now all front-wheel drive. Think of the 240SX as a small T-Bird and you won't be too far off. Emphasis has moved away from sports car performance toward luxury.
 
==Year-to-year changes==
 
==Year-to-year changes==
 
===1994===
 
===1994===

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