I just took the delivery of a 2 yr old (less than 10,000 mile odometer reading) 350Z Grand Touring Roadster. It's shiney, tight and looks showroom new - so I am assuming my particular vehicle is as spectacular today, as it was the day it rolled out of Japan...
It sits low to the ground, with it's paws at all 4 corners, hugging the road tightly while gently cradling it's passengers. The speed and acceleration are phenomenal, I keep finding myself amazed that it'll go that fast, and still has 3/4 of the pedal left. Crank up the 7 speaker Bose entertainment system, put the top down, and you are ready for a day on the road in confident wonder!
Sure there are more expensive 2 seaters out there - but take note of the outwardly curved inner doors - they make for substantially more interior/hip space and comfort compared to the under powered Miata, and over-bragged upon Honda S2000 & BMW Z series.
What more can I say - it was 48 degrees out this morning - Yet the sun was out - making it just perfect for an exhillarating ride to work with the top down. The 350Z is All That... and it will take you where they sell chips...
2006 Nissan 350ZDavid - Owings, MD08/03/2014
well made car
2006 Nissan 350ZDantheman - San Diego, CA09/12/2009
I love the 350z. It is my first car, I just go out of college and I have to say I'm glad I chose it. Overall it is a comfortable, sporty, sleek looking car!
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