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The Nissan 200SX was originally termed as the Datsun 200SX until 1980. It is a nameplate used for a range of cars manufactured for export to different countries, between the years 1975 and 2002. With six generations of import, it was known as the Nissan Silvia, which came in both coupe and hatchback styles. Another model between 1994 and 2000 was the Nissan Lucia coupe. The Silvia is a compact sports car with a rear wheel drive and front engine. The Nissan Lucia came in two versions- a two-door coupe and the three/five door hatchbacks. However, the 200SX nameplate was used only for the former variant. The Nissan 200SX is still a sought after model because of its reputation, excellent steering, and road control and smooth handling.

If an individual wants a reliable car at an economic budget, then he can easily go for a moderately used Nissan 200SX. This vehicle will serve as the ideal value package. Since the 200SX models had undergone several modifications, it is necessary that a buyer does the proper research about which version he wants. If he belongs from Nigeria, then there are several authorized platforms where he can get his shortlisted car. One of them is the Insurance Auto Auction, which is an auction platform for salvage and used automobiles. A shopper can choose his desired model from the wide listing of used Nissan 200SX available for sale at the IAA.

The IAA deals in the resale of second hand cars through a number of authorized agencies. is the official broker of the IAA. They transport and sell IAA cars from US to the Nigerian market. This online platform offers an exhaustive inventory of cars through their search option. Once the client selects a model, he needs to click and participate in an online bidding process. He can avoid the hassle of actually being present in an IAA auction. For any issue during the buying process, a customer can refer the detailed “how to buy” guide on the website. There is also a 24-hour helpline to solve any additional queries raised by shoppers.