I LOVE this car! It has such a cool look! Its unique and it looks like a little silver bullet to me! I am in love with this car!!!!!
2006 Nissan 350ZChobie - Atlanta, GA08/26/2007
This is my 3rd Z (88,91,06), and by far my favorite!!!!!! I have owned 9 sports cars, and the Z is definately the most reliable (they rarely break down) car for the money. There are only two things I don't like about the new 350Z (very minor issues): 1. The cup holders are square and will not hold a large drink. 2. The black soft coating around the window buttons comes off; due to my finger nails (which aren't that long). I'm an artist, so I love the design of the car, and people (even strangers) always coment on how "COOL" the car looks.
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