Nissan 370Z (2010 and older) Sports

370Z (2010 and older)

The 2010 Nissan 370Z comes standard with a 332 horsepower 3.7-liter V6 engine and choice of 6-speed manual transmission with available SynchroRev Match synchronized downshift rev matching system or a 7-speed automatic transmission. Handling duties are dutifully covered by a 4-wheel independent suspension.

Features:

  • 3.7-liter engine, 24-valve DOHC V6 engine, rated at 332 horsepower @ 7,000 RPM, 270 lb-ft of torque @ 5,200 RPM
  • Electronically controlled 7-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode, Adaptive Shift Control (ASC), Downshift Rev Matching (DRM) and standard paddle shifters; or 6-speed close-ratio manual transmission with available SynchroRev Matchâ„¢
  • 4-wheel independent mult-link suspension built with lightweight aluminum components
  • Double-wishbone front suspension, rear mult-link suspension; 3-point front strut tower brace; high response shock aborbers
  • Carbon fiber composite driveshaft
  • Available Nissan Sport Brakes with 14.0-inch front/13.8-inch rear rotors and 4-piston front/2-piston rear aluminum calipers
  • Available 19-inch RAYS lightweight 5-spoke forged-alloy wheels
  • Shorter wheelbase (100.4 vs. 104.3 inches) and length (167.1 vs. 169.8 inches) than previous generation Z
  • Lightweight aluminum hood, doors and hatchback
  • 370Z Coupe offered in two models: 370Z and 370Z Touring
  • Three available packages: Sport Package, Navigation and 40th Anniversary

User Reviews (2)

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rich eberhardt   [Jun 23, 2010]
Model Reviewed: 370z
Strength:

everything,drop dead gorgeous. nothing but compliments everday. Fantastic feel when driving. powerful muffled sound. wow

Weakness:

none really, grandma wouldnt fit in the back

take it to car shows and people notice. dont se'em often

Similar Products Used: pontiac g6 coupe
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JvKintheUSA   [Jun 17, 2009]
Model Reviewed: 370z Touring w/ Sort package
Strength:

Handling
Performance
Quality
Looks
Persimmon interior
All the desperate housewives want to go for a ride with me

Weakness:

Blind spot on passenger side

I agree with the author of this article. I just picked my 370z up last week, and have only but good things to say about it. i agree with the quality of the built. My neighbor drives a 2009 335i that costs about $15k more and fit and finish, as well as performance are right there with his BMW. If you decide to buy one, and you can afford it, opt for the Sport package, which puts great rims and wider rubber on the car. Makes the car look even meaner than it already is. Also recommend the automatic, which will shift faster than anyone could do manually. Fuel mileage (for those who care) is about 23 MPG this first week, with mixed driving. She does require Premium though. Just a head-turner and a blast to drive! Great bang for the buck.

Similar Products Used: None
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5
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