Blade Master G with factory option TRD body kit - Leather interior - this is a "little weapon" - a total sleeper - it comes packing a 3.5 litre V6 beast under the bonnet - so this is very fast and fun to drive. This is a rare Premium Edition” with full leather interior in immaculate condition. This one has only traveled 96,000 kms with dereg papers from Japan to verify genuine low kms. You will be the first Aussie owner as this is a hand picked fresh import. Comes with log books and history. Go to SunRiseCars onlibe to see a detailed video of this incredible "Pock Rocket"! Suprise your friends and foes when you smoke AMGs off the lights in your innocent looking Corolla!
The Blade Master is one of the rarest and best kept secrets within the JDM scene from the late 2000’s. Built on the E150 Corolla platform and sold within Japan only, this was marketed as a luxurious ‘upmarket’ model. Created as a “spiritual successor” and love letter to Toyota’s AE86 Corolla Levin and Sprinter Trueno, the Blade Master is the only hatchback to ever come out of Japan with a V6. Equipped with the legendary, ultra-reliable 2GR-FE 3.5L V6 engine and mated to a 6 Speed Sports Auto with Paddle Shifters… this 1470kg hot-hatch offers incredible performance with 0-100 Km in around 5 seconds! Put simply, the Blade Master is *noticeably quicker* than a stock Aristo, Chaser, Crown Athlete, Mark II, Soarer, Supra or 180SX, 200SX, 300ZX, Silvia, Skyline or Stagea… just to name a few popular JDM turbo legends. With an aggressive, unique front and rear end, sports suspension, larger wheels and brakes, side skirts, rear spoiler, smart keyless entry, push button start, automatic Xenon HID headlights, auto fold-in mirrors, all auto power windows, premium stereo and Leather upholstery… Toyota spared no expense to create the ultimate “daily driver come high performance sleeper”...
Call SunRIse Cars 0 297440539 We deliver Australia wide Call us for an interstate delivery quote - it costs alot less than you think. Establishd 1971
Stock stock stock as can be. Mint example travelled a documented 53,000 kms Supporting history includes: - Auction sheet - Deregistration document - Orignal Nissan log books with full Nissan Service History - Non accident car - Non rust car - Genuine low kms - Correct original OEM alloy wheels - Correct and OEM top mount intercooler - Original interior trim in immaculate condition - Un-cracked clean dash board - Icey cold air conditioning - Correct original front and rear bumper bars This GTiR will suit a collector or true enthusiast. Watch her continue to rise in value.... This is a clean and unmodified GTiR that drives beautifully. The dash is original, clean and uncracked. Go to SunRiseCars online site to see a detailed video of this car as she sits in Japan before shipping to Aus... Call Sunrise Cars 0297440539 We deliver Australia wide Established 1971
History of these cars: Its creators gave it a turbocharged engine and Nissan’s ATTESA all-wheel drive system to fight off Ford Sierra Cosworths and Lancia Delta Integrales, its 2.0-litre SR20DET engine shared with the Silvia and 180SX, but rotated 90 degrees to drive all four wheels.
Not to be confused with the R32 Skyline GT-R’s ATTESA E-TS oily bits that electronically controlled a multi-plate centre clutch, the GTi-R split grunt front to rear through a viscous centre limited-slip diff. But it was effective.
Its Garrett turbocharger helped it produce 162kW and 280Nm, channelled through a five-speed manual gearbox that allowed the GTi-R to hit 232km/h in top gear. Japanese outlet Best Motoring ran a stock 0-400m in 13.55 seconds. All this was, of course, crammed into a matchbox-sized body (its wheelbase was only 2430mm) that sat on strut front and parallel four-link rear suspension. It seemed like a great rally recipe, but limited success prompted Nissan to pull the plug on its World Rally Championship campaign after just two seasons. Boo.