The Nissan 370Z is a sports car that comes short on its price tag but never comes short on power and performance. The 370Z is the successor of the 2009 350Z and Nissan placed major improvements on their new model mainly on their interior styling and ride comfort. The interior is now noted for its high quality material and sturdy structure. The suspension have dramatically improved proving to be road worthy on potholes and speedbumps, though this may still be an issue to their sport package since its suspensions are tuned to be aggressive. The reliability and power you can get from the 370Z can be at par to more expensive cars and you can always have an invigorating feel because you know this is not only for show but this sports car has pure muscle underneath it.
The 370 Z is an affordable sports car and offered as a soft top convertible or a two-seater coupe. It is equipped with a 3.7 liter V6 engine producing 332 bhp and 270 lb ft of torque and can madly accelerate from 0-60 in 5.5 seconds. The transmission was also improved by Nissan to allow smooth shifting even at high revs and you can choose from a standard six speed manual or a seven speed automatic with flappy gear paddles. Nissan made a car that comes crashing on the markets’ price list but on top of its competition and nothing can get better than a sports car tagged with a 370Z.