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Customer Review Summary for Nissan 350Z
Love my Z
2003 Nissan 350ZSportyBert - Ellicott City, Maryland02/10/2007
I have owned a 240, 260, 280 and now a 350-Z. The performance of this car is awesome. The ride is comfortale and it is truly a good looking vehicle. Years ago when I had kids I switched from the Z to a mini van, now that I am an empty nester, back to my beloved Z and the car is better than ever. In my opinion, this is one of the best cars Nissan has ever built.
2004 Nissan 350ZRyking19 - Los Angeles, CA11/26/2010
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.
2005 Nissan 350ZKutnupe - Indianapolis03/19/2007
Love the car, I needed something nice for the summer and the Z did/does the job. Its always a head turner and even my mother wants to drive it....
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