This is a fun to drive. Acceleration and handling are off the chart. I got it as a fun 2nd car and I drive it more than my other.
Fun car to drive - and so far, reliable.
2010 Nissan 370ZA - , 03/04/2014
I had a Frontier pickup truck that I loved prior to this, but I am liking the compact size, the road-hugging handling, the acceleration power and the better gas mileage of this small coupe now. It doesn't have much storage space (and no trunk or fully enclosed area), and most online reviews lament the surprisingly low-tech central console (in this age of onboard computers, GPS systems, iPod plug-ins, and 6-disc CD changers, my base model features only an AM/FM radio and a single-disc CD player). I just hit 40,000 miles; the only repair (oddly) was for the never-used steering-lock mechanism that suddenly failed. Unfortunately, it's somehow connected to the remote ignition system, so the car couldn't be started; it cost $1,365.00 to repair.
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