Used 2011 Nissan 370Z Touring for Sale
Reviews for 2011 Nissan 370Z
One of the last true sports cars
This car is about performance. It possesses it in one of the purest forms available on the market today. The FR layout provides great balance when cornering, and the 3.7L V6 has excellent response for a car that uses Drive-by-Wire technology. My specific model is base with the Sport package (6MT). The wider tires provide excellent grip while the larger brakes provide good stopping stability. The Z is extremely controllable thanks to it's well built chassis. In the hands of a capable driver, the traction control is not needed. Finally, the SyncroRev technology does work well. While most purists will say that it takes the skill out of driving a manual, I feel it helps since I cannot twist my ankle to heel-toe easily. Overall this is a great buy. I would go as far as telling someone to consider this before needlessly spending extra cash on a Porsche Cayman. Pros: -Excellent steering response -Immediate throttle response -Well balanced chassis -SyncroRev is not a liability Cons: -Bridgestone RE050 tyres are excellent, but pricey. -Sport package comes with a plastic front splitter that will scrape -Not all Zs are spec'd with the rain light
NICE CAR FOR THE MONEY THE NISMO HAS A LOT OF BLINDSPOTS BUT ITS A FUN CAR TO DRIVE AND IT GETS LOTS OF LOOKS
Nissan 370z Touring Sport
I had a 2011 370z touring sport and loved it. I had to sell it because I couldn't fit a car seat lol. Also get the 6 speed manual with sport package or you will regret not having the synchrorev matching tech. Pros: Very fast Will turn heads Great handling Great value for the money. A lot of aftermarket parts (Recommend the Invidia Cat back exhaust and K&N filters) easy 30+hp Cons: Road Noise but who cares. Only a two seater but who cares. Don't recommend on winter with a lot of snow even with snow tires.
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