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Nissan Stagea Autech Version 260RS

Identification Guides | Official Images | Changes from StandardInformation and SpecificationsVIN Plate | 260RS Series 1.5 Brochure | 260RS Series 2 Brochure | Links & Credits
GV1 - Black Pearl KJ6 - Dark Bluish Black Pearl KR4 - Sonic Silver QT1 - Pearl White WK1 - Silky Snow Pearl
  GV1 KJ6 KR4 QT1 WK1 Total
260RS (Series 1.5) - 196 138 - 652 986
260RS (Series 2) 122 - 192 434 - 748
Total 122 196 330 434 652 1734
Note: There are 4x Series 1.5 cars and 2x Series 2 cars with no records. As such it's possible the actual number might be slightly higher.
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Identification Guides

Classic Register's 260RS Series 1.5 Identification Guide
Classic Register's 260RS Series 2 Identification Guide


Official Images

Series 1.5
Series 2


Changes from Standard

RB26DETT Engine
5 Speed Manual Transmission
Dedicated Electronically Controller Power Steering
Rear Mechanical LSD
Exclusive Exhaust
Dedicated Suspension System
Bridgestone Potenza RE010 Tyre
Exclusive Brembo Brake System
Exclusive Electric Super HICAS
Exclusive Electronically Controlled 4WD ATTESA E-TS
Front Strut Tower Bar
Front Cross Bar
Strengthened Tunnel Stay (referring to bracing in transmission tunnel)
Rear Strut Tower Strengthened
Strengthened C Pillars
Triple Cross Bar
Special Sports Seats
Special Seat Area and Door Trim Area
Dedicated Genuine Leather Steering Wheel
Leather Wrapped Shift Knob
Leather Wrapped Parking Brake Lever
Combination Meter
Dedicated Triple Center Console Meter
Dedicated Center Console
Dedicated Finish (Instrument Panel, Power Window Switch)
Dedicated Audio
Exclusive Front Grill
Dedicated Front Spoiler and Front Splitter
Dedicated Side Sill Protector
Exclusive Rear Under Protector
Exclusive Large Roof Spoiler
Exclusive Naming Sticker
Dedicated Front Turn Signal Lamps (Smoked Lens)
Dedicated Front Headlamps
Super Fine Hard Coat
Fog Lamps
Rear Fog Lamp
Door Mirrors with Heater
High Performance Battery
10k RPM tachometer
17" BBS Exclusive Rims + Spare Tire
17 x 7 +30 front, 17 x 7 + 20 rear
Cover has double unicorn image


Information and Specifications

Launched in 1996, the new Stagea is a comfortable and sporty touring wagon developed under the concept of a "prestige touring wagon." It was characterised for high driving performance due to the advanced engine and drive train inherited from the Skyline and the spacious and easy-to-use luggage compartment as a wagon. "Autech Version 260RS" is an additional model released by Autech Japan in 1997. The 260 refers to the same RB26DETT type engine as the Skyline GT-R, and it was the highest performance grade with greatly strengthened body and chassis to handle the large power of 280ps. With electric SUPER HICAS, electronically controlled torque split 4WD, Brembo brakes, 17-inch tires, etc., it has a configuration that is comparable to the GT-R, and it is no exaggeration to say that it is the fastest touring wagon in Nissan history.
Model Year : 1997
Model : WGNC34 type
Length : 4,885mm
Width : 1,755mm
Height : 1,510mm
Wheelbase : 2,720mm
Tread (front/rear) : 1,480/1,510mm
Vehicle weight : 1,720kg
Engine : RB26DETT type (in-line 6, 4-valve DOHC, twin turbo) 2,568cc
Maximum output : 206kw(280ps)/6,800rpm
Maximum torque : 368N・m(37.5kgm)/4,400rpm
Suspension (front/rear) : multilink/multilink
Brake (front/rear) : ventilated disc/ventilated disc
Tire : 255/50 R17


VIN Plate

Series 1.5 260RS all have a model code of TGKNRFAC34UDAP88AZ.
Series 2 260RS have a model code of TGKPREFC34UDAP88AZ (600 - with rear spoiler) or TGKPREFC34UDAP99AZ (148 - with no rear spoiler.)


Nissan Stagea Autech 260RS Brochure Series 1.5


Nissan Stagea Autech 260RS Brochure Series 2

Links & Credits

Official Website:
260RS Series 1.5
260RS Series 2
Nissan Heritage Collection (JP)
Scans, some information by JezBoosted (collection) & Autech Japan. Some translations courtesy of Kristian Appelt.