2009 Nissan 370ZAngyl Moreau - Deer Park, TX05/06/2015
I absolutely love my Z. I have had her for a year, and she is still a dream to drive like when I drove her off the lot. The handling is very good, and for a sports car the gas mileage is not half bad. Kills the Mustang 5.0 I used to drive. Its very comfortable and looks great! ATTENTION GRABBER!
excellent sports car for the price
2013 Nissan 370Zshaun rogers - Bear, DE05/08/2016
for the price of this car you can get the power, feel and look of an amazing sports car without any compromise. The horsepower and torque provide a good amount of go for the enthusiast and normal driver alike. If you are in the market for a true sports car under 25k and with low miles this is the way to go. I driven a lot of cars before making my decision but the 370z was the one I chose to select.
Well worth the money
2009 Nissan 370Zlot's o' cars - Florida11/20/2010
These cars are AWESOME! Just bought one from car max about a month ago and love it! I've owned many Porsche's, Corvette Zo6's,...you name it I had it. But this car for the money is insane. The handling is superb, the braking also superb, acceleration is great,..once you get to the sweet spot RPM wise and stay there you eat up alot of road FAST.
If you are looking for a loaded car w leather, nav, heated seats..this isn't it. This is for guy's or girls who love driving hard with a car that can keep up.
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