5. Nissan Skyline R32
I’m going to guess three little letters; G, T, and R, have entered your head. Well, no, forget them right now!
The GT-R was all-wheel-drive, and however amazing that ATESSA system may be, it’s not going to be the best option for drifting. Thankfully the GTS and GTS-T came with rear-wheel-drive – much better to get sideways and a hell of a lot cheaper – due to being the less desirable model. Engine variant to go for would be the 209bhp 2.0-litre, because this one was turbocharged.
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