Sporty look that definitely amazes people admire it's beauty. This car is not made for leisurely drives. It's made with performance in mind from body to engine and interior. The suspension is stiff making you feel the roughness of the road but stiff suspension mean rubber never leaves the road and eliminated drastic body leans on corners. Engine power is well distributed through it's rear wheels with great stopping power from the akebono brakes. Love our 350z but with this 370z nismo it's definitely a cut above the fairlady Z line up.
Second Nissan z
2012 Nissan 370Zzfan - , 08/06/2013
I bought this 370Z because I loved my 2006 350Z. I love the sporty look and the performance. The 370Z has less road noise but still has great acceleration.
2012 Nissan 370ZCat - , 08/19/2013
I've had my 370Z Touring for two months now and it is the most awesome car EVER! It was more than I expected and it has not disappointed! Got it up to 120 mph on a road in Chino Hills, have taken three short road trips and have gotten many compliments on what a great car it is! It takes curvy roads like a DREAM! I'm getting better mpg than specs stated. The car is nearly smarter than I am! Took me quite a while to get everything programmed the way I wanted. But once I did, definitely worth it! In one word...perfection!
If you’re in the market for a sports car that won’t break your bank, the Nissan 370Z is a solid choice. Drivers enjoy its surprisingly powerful engine, on-point handling and braking, and sleek and stylish interior. And with a reasonable price tag that includes lots of options for customization, budget-conscious yet choosy buyers can’t go wrong.
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