|347 230 444 367|
|2.4L I6 (L24)|
|151 bhp @ 5,600 RPM|
|146 lb·ft @ 4,400 RPM|
|5 (Real Life: 4)-speed|
The "240" stands for the engine displacement meanwhile the "G" is an abbreviation for Grande. In the United States the front of the car has been known as the "G-Nose".
Green (No longer available)
The "Green" edition was released on September 18th, 2012, and is the Cash variant of the 240ZG. The car is completely stock and features no performance parts.
The "Achievement" edition was made available on April 10th, 2013, and is rewarded for completing Rank 5 of the World Racer achievement. In order to get the Achievement, players will have to race 5,000 Sprints and Circuits in Multiplayer. The Fairlady 240ZG is also the only Achievement car to have a Bodykit pre-installed.
The Nissan Fairlady 240ZG has a stock top speed of 217 km/h (135 mph) which is average for Class D. It has an average acceleration and and a decent nitrous boost. It has a good handling and is very responsive. The Fairlady 240ZG is capable of exiting corners quickly but because of its soft suspension it tends to sway a lot and understeer.
For Pursuit Outruns and Team Escape it can be a good escape vehicle. It can go through roadblocks due to its small size. However, if it collides with a rhino, then the Fairlady 240ZG could take the impact hard.
|Achievement Edition||347||230444 367|
Rewarded for completing
|Verge|| Standard - 100 |
Carbon Fiber - Unavailable
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