Pros I purchased an '09 with the Sport, Navigation and Touring packages with the 7-speed Automatic. It handles wonderfullly with precise steering. The sport brakes are excellent and take some time to get used to with how grippy and sensitive they are.
Cons Tire noise can be pretty pronounced, but if you replace the stock tires with a different brand, it helps.
The standard exhaust sound leaves much to be desired, especially since the 350Z had such a beautiful sound. I had the exhaust modified to bring out
Summary If you want a vehicle that provides a great amount of fun and a lot of features for the price, the 370Z is worth considering. Keep in mind that it's only a two seater so that's either good (Friends never ask you to ferry them around) or annoying (Trying to take the dog and someone to the park).
Acceleration, braking, handling, thrill are all available in spades. The cons of this car shouldn't turn you away. The exhaust can be improved, the road noise can be minimized and the visibility can be fixed with minimum investment.
The navigation system is wonderful although I need to update mine to get the latest entries. Keep in mind if you get the 2009, you have to go to Nissan to update it. 2010 and later models can be updated through a usb/dvd.
The sound system as mentioned is crisp and fills the cabin nicely. Excellent base and treble, I've had people compliment on it coming from Audi's and Lexus'.
The size of this car makes it easy to park and drive in tight spots, although the headlights of trucks and large suv's tend to go right into your mirrors since you are so low.
The addition of ventilated seats (The convertible has them, not the coupe) would be nice for the summer, but the leather and alcantara seats are supportive and comfortable. Getting in and out of the 370Z can be troublesome at times, but more so for your passengers as at least the driver can support him/herself with the steering wheel.
Overall, a great car, I've enjoyed it for the several months I have owned one and would probably only trade it for a GT-R.
Pros great styling, great sounding engine, superb handling, awesome power, and comfortable and well crafted interior (huge step up from the 350Z), great sounding engine, super smooth transmission,
Cons horrible blind spot with a useless quarter window, and the inability to play MP3 CD's on the base model
Summary This car is a great buy, you get a big car feeling in such a compact package. So much improvement from the previous 350Z. More then enough power for any enthusiast and more than expected handling capability for any driver. The SyncroRev transmission will make you well like a pro driver on a racetrack. This car was bred for the track. Don't be scared away by a stiffer ride and "noisy" cabin... its a sports car...
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