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NISSAN ANNOUNCES '94 300 ZX AND AIRBAG-EQUIPPED '94 QUEST PRICING

 CARSON, Calif., Dec. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Nissan Division of Nissan Motor Corp. U.S.A. has announced introductory pricing on 1994 300 ZX models and Quest minivans equipped with a standard driver's side airbag, effective immediately.
 The 1994 300 ZX pricing ranges from $33,699 for the 2-seat model to $40,099 for the award-winning 300 ZX Turbo. The new 300 ZX pricing levels represent increases of $2,104 to $2,799, corresponding to a sales-weighted average increase of $2,174 or 6.0 percent. Major enhancements to all '94 300 ZX models include: a standard passenger- side airbag, front 3-point active seatbelts, non-CFC air conditioner refrigerant and remote keyless entry system. Additionally, Turbo models received a revised rear wing and an electronically-controlled Super HICAS 4-wheel steering system.
 Concurrent with the '94 model roll-out, the 300 ZX Turbo was recently awarded both Car and Driver's 1994 "Ten Best Cars" and Automobile's 1994 "All-Stars" accolades for the fifth consecutive year.
 Nissan also announced pricing of 1994 Quest models equipped with a standard driver-side airbag. Pricing for Quest begins at $19,079 for the seven-passenger XE model equipped with V-6, 4-speed automatic and air conditioning. The luxurious GXE model is priced at $23,589 and includes such features as anti-lock brakes, alloy wheels, a rear air conditioner, power windows and door locks. Quest option pricing and destination charges remain at introductory '94 levels.
 The new Quest pricing represents an increase of $550, or a 2.4 percent sales-weighted average increase from introductory '94 model pricing, which applied to Quests without an airbag. In addition to the standard driver's side airbag, other newly-added features to the Quest include: non-CFC air conditioner refrigerant, higher capacity radiator to allow a standard 3,500-pound towing capacity, and ALR/ELR equipped seatbelts for second and third row outboard seating positions. With these additions, Nissan expects to further strengthen its position as the best-selling import nameplate minivan.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: Individual model and option pricing is available on request./
 /CONTACT: Mark Adams, Nissan Division, 310-719-5839/


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