I have nothing but great things to say about my new 370Z (it's a 2010, but new to me!). I've owned the car for a little over a month and have had a chance to put it through it's paces. First I'll list the Cons:
1. Road noise can be a little loud at times. My feeling is it's a combination of the factory tires and not to much sound damping to save on weight. It is a sports car, so the noise is common.
2. The oil temp rides a little hot, especially if you live in warm climate areas. The 370Z has a fail safe that puts the car into a "limp mode" when the oil temp hits about 250-260 degrees. Easily resolvable with an aftermarket oil cooler.
3. Outside visibility is poor, this has been addressed with the 2011 as they have added a back up camera option.
Now the Pros:
1. The performance of the car is AMAZING. It handles great, at low speeds or high, and on straight a ways and curves. I'm just shocked at times at how well it handles. It's on par with sports cars costing almost twice as much.
2. All the creature comforts are there. I got mine with the Nav. package and it includes Bluetooth, weather, traffic, and it can integrate with your iPod.
3. Every where I go I get looks in the car. The styling is quite unique and very sporty.
If you are in the market for a 2 seater sports car that won't break your budget, then I highly recommend you look at a the 370Z!
2009 Nissan 370ZZhead - Edmond, OK06/24/2012
This car is AMAZING! I average 23mpg around town and the ride is perfect. The road noise can get noisy on some suffices but overall its great. Has blind spots but you get used to them. The performance in this car is great as well, have a 6-speed manual and love to drive it. Can fit two golf bags in the trunk and the 2-seats aren't a hassle for me.
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Published on Thursday, July 20, 2017
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