New Nissan 370Z – Taking the Z series ahead
Nissan 370Z debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show the same year in late 2008, replacing 350Z sports car. Ever since, one has seen the rear-wheel-drive coupe evolving and available in several trims. One can pick from two new color choices for the exterior, the Midnight Blue and Magma Red while the cabin gets a darker finish. Among those millions of Japanese produced the past half-century for the Americas roads, it is the Nissan Z series that has truly achieved the icon status. You will love the new sculpted styling, brilliant performance and comfortable cabin.
Read on to take a look at a comprehensive new Nissan 370Z review.
Exterior and interiors
The 370Z gets a couple of aesthetic tweaks on the outsides as well as the insides. The coupe gets a new 18-inch alloy wheels and a number of features that make it very attractive. The fascia gets vertical LED daytime lamps and in place of a black covering, one sees a red reflector. With body colored Outside Rear View Mirrors, sporty headlamps and a sleek front grille, the new coupe is certainly much more attractive. A look in the insides and one notices those advanced luxury features such as steering wheel and gear shift knob that are leather covered, steering mounted audio controls, automatic climate control air-conditioning, Bluetooth hands free system, etc. The power heated seats and faux suede upholstery add to the luxurious look. You will love the Bose audio system with satellite radio and 6 disc CD/MP3 changer.
Engine and performance
One will find Nissan 370Z available in 2 variants, both automatic and manual, powered by 3.7L, 3696cc, V6, with variable Valve Event and Lift technology that offers excellent performance and a great engine power, producing 332Bhp of maximum power at 7000rpm. What you get is an excellent acceleration and a higher level of power. One can touch100kmph mark in just 6.8 seconds. The automatic Nissan 370Z offers 10.0Kmpl on Highway and 7.0Kmpl within the city. With manual transmission you get .0 Kmpl mileage in the city and 11.0Kmpl mileage on highway.
Nissan 370Z comes loaded with advanced safety features for higher safety of the occupants. There are Dual Front Airbags, Side Curtain Airbags as well as anti theft alarm, ventilated disc brakes, anti lock brake system and anti theft alarm. Other features for more safety are Electronic Brake Distribution, Engine immobilizer, Zone Body Construction, Active Head Restraints etc.
- Stylish looks
- Top performing engine
- Fantastic performer with enhanced Z’s handling
- Can be rough over road imperfections
- Poor outward visibility
The new Nissan 370Z goes on sale this June and make many compromises in comfort for performance. The addition of an elective $3,030 Sport Package makes the performance of the Nissan Z even more superior. Priced at £28,000, the 370Z flatters the driver with the super-smooth gear changes that match the engine speed to wheel speed automatically. This is a sports car known for its strong value and high performance. Nissan 370Z, continues the tradition with the sixth generation of Z. The sharp reflexes and firm grip make 370Z one of the best handling Z yet. This is definitely a great choice for long drives. However, that road noise can get on your nerves on long commutes. Fans and novice will value the optional SynchroRev rev-matching feature.
This is a great vehicle, if you can look over a couple of downsides. The two-seat sports car is one of the most exciting to be in and is a fitting series to the Z’s heritage.