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The Nissan 370Z: Some pros and cons to consider

The Nissan 370Z is a sports car produced by the Japanese car manufacturer in 2009. It was officially unveiled in 2008 at the Greater LA Auto Show. As the sixth iteration of the Z-car line, the Nissan 370Z replaced the 350Z. An update for the 2013 model year employed a number of new features to improve the 370Z, including the introduction of two new colors: Midnight Blue and Magma Red. This updated 370Z was sold starting June 2012.

Pros

The Nissan 370Z has an identity all its own but it has done good work in showing natural progression, retaining the feel of the Z-car line while at the same time introducing more modern styling that makes it even more striking than ever before. It’s not just more beautiful now but it’s also more useful. Be it the coupe or convertible, you’ll be turning heads either way.

Step inside and you’ll be treated to an array of features that will probably make you want to never get out of the 370Z. The mid-spec GT trim offers heated suede and leather seats, Bluetooth connectivity, and a six-disc CD changer with controls on the wheel as standard. You have the option to add in a satellite navigation system but many feel that best value is represented by the GT trim on its own.

For its price, the 370Z is one of the fastest cars around. It can go from 0 to 60mph at just 5.4 seconds and 12.8 seconds from 0 to 100mph. These are statistics from a model with a seven-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission system. Go manual and you’ll be looking at faster times, most especially within the 0 to 30mph bracket. The 370Z is also fitted with a braking system that can keep up with its speed, requiring under 45m to go from 70 to 0mph.

Cons

Since the Nissan 370Z did so excellently charming everyone with its exterior, it’s only natural for expectations to be high when you open the door. Unfortunately, the result is a bit underwhelming. The quality’s still superb and the dashboard is laid out great, but there’s still room for displeasure even if you can’t find anything to complain out. There might not really be anything wrong inside other than the fact that it’s not as perfect as the outside.

You probably can’t see the 370Z as a hauler but it should be able to handle a decent amount of luggage given that it’s just got two seats (if you get the roadster). However, it’s less than stellar in that department, with boot space that is so small that some of your things will remain visible if you loaded it up. Why such a shallow boot? You can blame the suspension brace. Nissan somehow makes up for this by providing added storage space behind the rear seats but even that’s just not enough.

While the 370Z purrs just right, you may not be able to hear all its beautiful sounds over the noise that its tyres are making. Though how loud they can get depends on the surface you’re on, being on the motorway may get on your nerves.

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Get to know the Nissan 370Z

Succeeding the 350Z, the Nissan 370Z was launched in 2008 as the sixth-generation member of the Nissan Z-car lineup. The 370Z was designed by Randy Rodriguez and featured a front aluminum subframe, an all-aluminum hood, aluminum door panels, an aluminum hatch, and an aluminum-alloy cradle for the engine. Both automatic and manual transmission systems are used for the 370Z, with two-door coupe and two-door roadster available as body style options.

The 370Z Coupe and Roadster began being sold in 2009 and came with standard features like a Bluetooth hands-free phone system, Bose sound systems with subwoofers, and automatic climate control. For the roadster, a soft-top roof is included and a Touring model is introduced that came with a touchscreen navigation system, iPod connectivity, and a harddrive for music playback and storage.

In 2012, the Nissan 370Z received an update. New features for the 2013 model year include a refreshed front fascia that has vertical LED daytime lights, a new 18-inch design for the 370Z Coupe’s wheels, and two new colors for the body (Midnight Blue and Magma Red), while models equipped with the sport package came with new 19-inch wheels, better shock absorbers, and red-coloured brakes. The new 370Z coupe and roadster were revealed at the Paris Motor Show and began being sold in June 2012.

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