When you hear the word “salt,” most of us think of the cars they were made for: the Ford GT, the Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class, and the Saturn.
In fact, you might even think of Saturn as a subcategory of those cars.
For most of the last century, the Saturn was a subcompact sedan with a unique interior design that’s more akin to a sedan than a sports car.
In the ’70s and ’80s, the company began producing the Saturn in the U.S. in a handful of models that featured the same unique interior.
But the company’s fortunes began to fade as Saturns went global and the company was forced to refocus on developing more compact vehicles.
Since the Saturn launched in the mid-1990s, Nissan has been the only carmaker to produce a car in the new compact sedan segment.
Today, the Nissan 350Z is the only full-size midsize car that’s sold in the United States, but the company is also moving to produce compact versions of the company car in other countries.
As of 2019, Nissan sells about 100 of the Nissan 300Z in the UK and the Nissan 370Z in Australia.
As with the 350Z, the 350 Z has a unique exterior that has been modified to resemble a sports sedan.
The car was originally released in 1995 as a sedan, but it was discontinued in 2003.
The Nissan 370 Z was discontinued as a full-sized sports sedan in 2012.
Today the Nissan 375Z, a compact sedan, is available in many countries.
The 300 Z is a midsize sports sedan that is a true sports car, though its cabin isn’t very spacious.
The 370 Z is the next generation of the car, which features a larger, more spacious cabin and interior that’s similar to that of the 350.
While the 300 and 370 Z have a similar look and feel, they are completely different cars.
The 350Z has a much wider and longer wheelbase, while the 370Z has much longer wheel bases and longer overall length.
Both of these cars are also available in a few other trim levels: the 300 Z comes with a 4.0-liter V6 engine with a turbocharged 6.5-liter engine that makes 545 horsepower and 572 lb-ft of torque, while there’s a 6.2-liter turbocharged V8 engine with 467 horsepower and 485 lb-foot of torque.
Both cars also come with a six-speed manual transmission and a standard dual-zone automatic transmission.
The 3 Series is the third-generation Nissan vehicle, and it has a similar appearance to the previous three-generation vehicles.
The model range includes the 3 Series sedan, the 3.0S coupe, and a 3.6.
The exterior of the 3 is very similar to the 3 and 3.2, but there are some slight differences.
The nose of the coupe has a new look and a bigger windshield.
The front fascia and taillights on the coupes have been modified.
The trunk of the sedan has been redesigned to make room for a larger trunk opening.
The engine compartment in the couples trunk is also smaller.
Both the 3S and 3 are offered with a standard 2.0L four-cylinder engine that produces 425 horsepower and 456 lb-feet of torque and the 3Z sports car comes with an optional 3.5L four engine that generates 530 horsepower and 580 lb-fts of torque but only offers torque to the rear wheels.
Both models also come in a variety of trim levels.
The 5 Series is a sports model, but its interior is much smaller and the car comes in a limited edition 3-Series trim.
The rear seats have been redesigned.
The new 3 Series sport coupe and the sports 3Z will be available with the optional 8-inch alloy wheels.
The coupe comes with the 5.0 liter V6 with 6-speed automatic transmission and offers a four-wheel drive system with a variable-ratio automatic transmission, while sports 3.3L V6 can also be equipped with the 6-wheel automatic transmission with the variable-rate automatic transmission as well.
Both versions of each model come with the option of a sport suspension and the optional 17-inch sport leather wheel package.
The sport suspension has been changed to a six, but sport wheels are still available in the 3, 4, and 5 models.
The standard 3 and 4 models are available with different powertrains and all-wheel-drive.
The sports 3, which was previously offered with an all-new 2.5 liter V8 that produces 575 horsepower and 612 lb-fords torque, now features a 6-liter naturally aspirated V8 with variable-throttle, turbocharging, and supercharging technologies that will provide up to 862 horsepower and 878 lb-for-trucks.
The 2.6 liter turbocharged engine produces 573 horsepower and