2004 Nissan 350Z350Z Roadster Owner - Fort Mill, SC11/20/2009
One of the best cars that I have owned. Great looking. Outstanding peformance. Reliable powertrain, etc. If you are purchasing a 2004 Z Roadster, check the condition of the convertable top as my top appeared to be in pretty good condition, however I found about 30 days later that it actually was getting brittle and I now have 2 small tears in the top. Replacement cost is very expensive! Approx $2000! Other than that the only other gripe that I have is that the interior plastics are a little cheap to the touch and scratch easily. Everything else is fantastic!
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