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Customer Review Summary for Nissan 350Z
2006 Nissan 350Zbob - st petersburg fl07/17/2010
I purchased a 2006 350z roadster new in dec '06. The car was 3 days old when the tach started sticking. Dealer told me the problem couldn't be located, and basically to live with it! On a road trip, the low tire pressure light kept coming on for no reason. Not what I expected from a $42,000 car ! Traded it in in Sept '09 and was shocked to discover the car had lost over half it's value in under 3 years. It only had 20,000 mile on it and was only worth $18.500. Ever own another Nissan ? No thanks !!
TIRE WEAR BAD
2004 Nissan 350ZHarley - Georgia12/19/2011
Stay away from these cars! Nissan sets these cars up with way too much negative camber in order to get great road performance out of them. The NEGATIVE side is really bad tire wear on the inner portion of the tire. Just got rid of mine and none too early. I had half the tire wear left on the outer portion of the tire & the inner portion was almost bald. Tires are not cheap for this car-$1200/set. After putting two sets of tires on mine & having it aligned, I wasn't about to put a third set on it. So if you have lots of money to buy tires, go ahead & buy the car. Otherwise, STEER CLEAR!!!
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.
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Published on Thursday, July 20, 2017
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