As a driver of strictly Japanese vehicles, this one so far has left me breathless. A true diehard fan of Japanese coupes, owning vehicles such as 1994 Honda Del Sol DOHC VTEC, 1998 Honda Prelude SH, 2004 Acura RSX, 2006 Honda Civic Si, 1994 Lexus SC400 and even none coupe, the 2004 Lexus IS300. This 2004 Nissan 350Z has blown all rest out of the park.
Once inside, some may feel cramped while some complain about low visibility in the rear, blind spots and even having to guess the curb.
But when your driving a sports car you never look at whats behind you (unless you see flashing lights)!
Averaging about 22MPG city, and having about a 16-17 gallon tank can put a hole in about anyone's wallet. But the fun factor received is well worth it!
Yes, it only has two seats, but thats the best part! Never having to drive anyone else with you!
From looks to performance, this has everything!
So go out and test drive your Z today! In my opinion the automatic transmission is much more convenient for an everyday driver, and your not losing much performance at all!
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