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.
Looks great. You can make it into your own with a few changes. Powerful and better than expected mpg. I have the touring with tech and sport pkg. sport pkg gives a more sports car ride with the tuned suspension and 19 inch Rays Racing wheels. I have an automatic - I don't care to shift anymore so it works great for me. It was the first year for the midnight Blue color. The 2013 is the first year for the body style that has continued into 2017. 2013 and 2014 are the last two years you can get a touring with sport pkg. Love this car.
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