Schoolmates are always commenting and asking to drive it. Its a fun car to drive.
2010 Nissan 370ZSon of Stone - Austin, TX09/24/2012
I can't tell you how many people, both friends and strangers, stop me to look at my car. I'm so happy with the convertible. I'm a fairly big guy (6'2" and 195) so it's a bit of a snug fit, but I'm still very comfortable. It rides like a dream. I had to get new tires which were a bit expensive since it's a sports car, so make sure you consider that long term expense. Otherwise, I couldn't give this car enough praise.
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