This is a great car if you want to save some money, but still want the performance. If you want a quick car that produces over 300hp, then the Z is the route to go. Infiniti and Nissan are the same company, so you would be getting the same car if you get an Infiniti, just paying more for the badge. If you can get a top end Nissan for a base line Ininiti i would jump on it. You would be getting a nice sporty and luxury car. I have the Grand Touring model and I love it. A few upgrades I would do would be a new K&N drop in filter to improve air flow and a set of LED bulbs for the license plate lights. Cons: Interior door panels close to the handle is very very thin film cover and can be skinned off by an accidental swipe of a ring, fingernail, etc.; No Aux jack in older than 2007 models; road noise is noticeable, but my other car was a lot louder. So i guess i got use to it.; This is a sports car, so you feel EVERYTHING on the road.; If you are a large person or tall, you may find getting out and in difficult or tricky when someone parks too close.; MPG floats around 20-21mpg realistically. Pros: 300hp; Responsive steering and throttle; roomy trunk for a 2 seater; Looks great; wider tires in the rear are standard = improved grip = better handling; very quick car; great highway millage close to 24mpg; awesome bang for the buck
This car packs a punch. The Clutch can take a little getting used to, but give it a little gas and this thing will punch your colon. The Rebirth of the Z, I think nissan did a real good job making this a comfortable ride for the driver and passenger, for car like this, the ride is actually pretty smooth, not as rough as other cars in it's level. Gas isn't too bad either, I average 25MPG, and the car has power which is useful on freeways in Los Angeles for ppl who try to pass you or keep you from getting into a lane. Also, I love the privacy this car has, a must buy for those who want something sporty that has it in both the looks and performance department. By far my favorite Nissan I've driven so far. Maybe someday, a Skyline GT-R with V-Spec tuning.
The first thing you notice is the paint, dark, deep, perfect. The interior is comfortable and nicely layed out. Everything is at arms reach. It's a sports car and has all the instruments and gages you need. The Bose stereo is the icing on the cake. When you start the engine it has a nice rumble, the faster you go the better it sounds. The engine keeps pulling in all six gears. It don't get much better than Nissan's 350Z.