The Nissan Skyline R32 was released in 1989 and was available in 2-door and 4-door versions. The new Nissan resurrected Skyline’s sporty image which had been on the wane.
The GTS-t Type M and GTS were powered by a 2.0-liter inline 6-cylinder DOHC turbo RB20DET, resulting in 212hp / 195.2 lb ft and 152hp / 195.2 lb ft respectively.
There is also a 4-door version called the GTS 4, and a 2.5-liter GTS M-Type was later added. The Skyline R32 is an excellent car with its combination of well-bred suspension and healthy straight six engine, not to mention its sporting prowess.
Maneuverability and stability are both very good, and while its total potential can’t possibly match the GT-R’s, its light and lively feeling certainly surpasses it. As it is so responsive to the driver’s every maneuver, it is just the model to learn the basics of driving in.