2009 Nissan 370ZQ martin - baton rouge la02/18/2012
I brought my 370z in december 2011. This was the second z series that I own. I found the 370z is appealing,affordable with good gas mileage and has alot of power. I would recommend this car for a sport car buyer. The only disadvantage I have is the road noise and not enough trunk space. Overall I give it an A.
2009 Nissan 370ZTracy Williams - Dallas, TX03/14/2016
Ultimate Experience, nimble like a mini cooper, bad to the bone like the top 10 sports car.
2009 Nissan 370Zfast toy fein - Chicago, IL10/13/2011
The first car my dad bought me was a 300Z twin turbo in 1996. though I currently have several high end luxury cars I coun't resist adding another Z to my collection. The knocked it out of the box in terms of styling and it's fast as well as nimble. Great bang for the buck!!! I'm back with my 1st love.
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