Love my 370z. It's not for everone, but I love the driving experience.
2009 Nissan 370ZQ martin - baton rouge la02/18/2012
I brought my 370z in december 2011. This was the second z series that I own. I found the 370z is appealing,affordable with good gas mileage and has alot of power. I would recommend this car for a sport car buyer. The only disadvantage I have is the road noise and not enough trunk space. Overall I give it an A.
Wow, the "Z"...This is truly a fun car to drive!!
2009 Nissan 370ZBlack 3-Z - Locust Grove, GA10/21/2011
I just purchased a 2009 Black 370Z two days ago and I am still in disbelief. The performance and handling of this car is incredible. The power in this car is like none other I have ever experienced. I didn't know what to expect prior to test driving this vehicle, all that I knew was that it truly turns heads wherever you may go. I got up to 60 mph in 3rd gear with ease and the steering in this car is responsive (quick and very agile). The only down side is that there are blind spots behind the passenger head rest (when you're getting ready to change lanes). I still feel a bit "nervous" when I change lanes with the lack of vision. But all in all, I'm sure I will get used to it. The makers of Nissan put thousands into the production of this vehicle and what few dollars were left over, went to the audio system. The radio (head unit) is dull in appearance and could have a little more flare to it (again, I'm not complaining). Obviously this is a 2 seater car, so if you're over 6'0 feet in height, you might now enjoy the fit behind the wheel. The poor salesman who sold me the car was 6'6 and he struggled. Other than that, the comfort (for me) was ok and I had no complaints. Other than the blind spot issue and the look of the radio, this is a GREAT car and a must grab. This is the first time in my life where I can honestly say, "This is a fun car to drive!"
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