The Nissan S15 is currently banned from entering the United States under the Imported Auto Safety Compliance Act, also known as the 25-Year Rule.

Any vehicle that was not manufactured in the United States and is less than 25 years old is banned from being imported

The Nissan Silvia S15's top speed. The top speed of the Nissan Silvia S15 Spec R is 155 mph (or 249.4 kph)

Nissan's SR20DET, a 2.0-liter inline-4 cylinder supercharged engine with an air-to-air intercooler that produces 250 horsepower, powers the rear-wheel-drive S15 sports coupe.

Inside and out, the S15 Silvia had aggressive appearance. It also featured improvements to the suspension and chassis, including a greater usage of light alloy suspension parts.

The Silvia S15 has never been offered in the US and is only 16 years old at most. This is due to a few rules the US has regarding autos from other countries.

The NHTSA safety requirements have to be met before a car may be imported, or it must be older than 25 years, according to federal regulations.

Despite being nearly 16 years old, the Silvia S15 has never been offered in the United States. This is so because there are a few laws in the US that apply to cars from other countries.

One of the lines that connects the cantons of Zürich and St. Gallen is the S15, a regional train line of the S-Bahn Bern on the Holds the ability Verkehrsverbund (ZVV), Zürich transport system.

The S15 is without a doubt one of the most attractive vehicles on the road today. With a powerful engine and superb handling all in a compact package

The S15 Silvia, Nissan's final S-chassis powered by an SR20DET engine, was revealed in 1999. The VTC cylinder head continued to benefit the SR20DET that drove the S15 Spec R.

The S15 model was released between 1999 and 2002. The coupe-style vehicle has 2 doors, 4 seats, and a 6 gear manual transmission. With its excellent skills and careful estimation