I bought a 2009 370Z with 12,000 miles. This car is a great performance value. It's just the right size, and the looks are fantastic. It looks better in person than in photos. I often get positive comments on the car.
The interior is very nice. Seats are very supportive and the Bose stereo is great. Love the Ipod connectivity. The only thing I would change is the silly computer display in the left gauge spot.
Performance is very good (but not supercar great). The power is very linear and responsive. Clutch and shifter are among the best I've driven.
I agree with the two most common complaints: rear blind spots, and highway road noise. I've gotten used to both, and would not shy away from this car because of these minor faults.
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