Purchased this rocket two months ago. Fast, beautiful and absolutely a value for the money!
2011 Nissan 370Zsean - , 04/11/2013
NICE CAR FOR THE MONEY THE NISMO HAS A LOT OF BLINDSPOTS BUT ITS A FUN CAR TO DRIVE AND IT GETS LOTS OF LOOKS
Nissan 370z Touring Sport
2011 Nissan 370ZToyotrust - , 08/15/2014
I had a 2011 370z touring sport and loved it. I had to sell it because I couldn't fit a car seat lol. Also get the 6 speed manual with sport package or you will regret not having the synchrorev matching tech.
Will turn heads
Great value for the money.
A lot of aftermarket parts (Recommend the Invidia Cat back exhaust and K&N filters) easy 30+hp
Road Noise but who cares.
Only a two seater but who cares.
Don't recommend on winter with a lot of snow even with snow tires.
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