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Nissan 370Z Roadster Review

Still able to punch above its weight, the ageing Nissan 370Z Roadster remains a top-notch cruiser...

Nissan 370Z Review

It's not perfect, but slashed pricing means the Nissan 370Z sports car offers renewed bang for your buck.

Nissan 370Z Review

If you want to buy a powerful rear-wheel-drive Japanese sports coupe right now in Australia for less than $72,000, you have a simple choice: this, the Nissan 370Z. The Nissan 370Z continues a lineage that dates back to the Datsun 240Z of 1969...

Nissan 370Z Roadster Review & Road Test

The 370Z Roadster ideally complements its tin-top sibling's performance, driving dynamics and curvaceous good looks.

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Nissan 370Z Owner Reviews

2010 Nissan 370z Review

I was looking for a convertible sports car to go cruising with the roof down on a nice day. I looked at other roadsters including Mazda 5's & BMW Z cars but the 370Z was by far the better looking with better performance & road holding grip. Mine is an auto with the option to use it as a manual with the flappy paddle levers...

2012 NISSAN 370Z Review

I have a 2012 370Z Auto coupe. I like its looks and the way it drives and handles on smooth roads. Power delivery is good without being outstanding. Manual mode throttle blip is not necessary. The car corners well and is predictable until you get on wet roads and then it becomes unpredicatble and gets too much power to the road via its back wheels...

2010 NISSAN 370Z Review

I simply love my 370Z Roadster and this latest Nissan Z car has definitely been a refreshing leap forward in the sports car market. With its rear wheel drive, 245 kw engine and masculine looks with its flared arches, makes this car an eye catching one. Its dive is on the firm side but as sports cars go, it is still able to soak up those B road bumps...

Nissan 370Z News

Nissan 370Z replacement must be 'revolutionary' to survive, says design head

The head of design at Nissan global has revealed that the replacement for the now-six-year old 370Z needs to be "more revolution than evolution" in order to have a future. Potentially likely to mirror the three-year gap seen between the 300ZX and its 350Z successor, Nissan chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura says the replacement for the 370Z — long speculated to drop the reference to engine displacement and simply be called ‘Z’ — must bring with it significant changes, or it will not survive...

Nissan GT-R still "has more potential" in current generation

The man in charge of global design at Nissan has revealed that, while the next GT-R is still "more than two years away", the current car has potential to get even better. Speaking to Australian media at this weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hour endurance race, Nissan chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura said the current supercar’s straight-line performance will be hard to better, but that other improvements are achievable...

Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept debuts in Chicago

The Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept debuted overnight at the 2015 Chicago motor show, proving there's still a little life left in the Yokohama-based car maker's ageing sports car. Like the 370Z Nismo coupe that was unveiled at an enthusiasts' event last April, the 370Z Nismo convertible is powered by a slightly more powerful version of the company's 3...

Nissan 370Z successor to be offered with multiple engines

The next-generation Nissan 370Z will likely downsize its V6 engine in response to toughening emission restrictions and customer demands in Europe. The next-iteration of the iconic Nissan Z sports car is likely to be offered with multiple engine choices as Nissan seeks to sell a model that appeals to both Europe, where V6 engines are basically extinct, and North America, where the 370Z’s popularity is in part due to its larger powerplant...

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Nissan 370Z cut to $59,990 driveaway

Nissan 370Z cut to $59,990 driveaway

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