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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 News

No new Nissan GT-R before 2020, Z-Car will live on

There will be no new GT-R before 2020 and the rumoured death of the Z-car won’t take place under the watch of Chief Product Specialist and Nismo boss Hiroshi Tamura. That’s the message from the 2015 Nismo Festival, where the head of Nismo won’t actually tell us much about what is being worked on behind the scenes, but he is willing to spruik the motorsport link to Nissan - and Nismo’s - DNA...

Nissan Gripz: 240Z rally-inspired concept unveiled

The Nissan Gripz concept has been given its full debut at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show and points to a potential Z-branded SUV. After teasers and rumours, the Gripz concept finally made its debut at this year's Frankfurt show. Nissan says that this "dual personality" show car has the "silhouette of a sports car with a raised ride height [and is] equipped to conquer more challenging driving conditions"...

Nissan Gripz concept teased, hints at a Z-car crossover

The Japanese car maker has confirmed the name, the Nissan Gripz, and the theme of the crossover concept that it will debut at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show. Nissan formally began its teaser campaign earlier this week when it announced that it would show a "crossover concept" at Frankfurt...

Nissan 370Z replacement could be a crossover - report

The next-generation Nissan Z-car could well be a performance-oriented crossover vehicle, if reports out of England are to be believed. An inside source has told Autocar that the new Nissan Z-car will be a small, sporty crossover vehicle around the size of current Juke...

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Nissan 370Z Owner Reviews

2011 Nissan 370z Review

Finally the day came after lusting for years over my dads 350Z. I got the opportunity to buy a 370z. I worked for Nissan and a Zed got traded in. Within minutes I had signed the paperwork to make it mine. The 370z is the 6th generation of Z cars. It all started way back in 1969 thanks to the 240Z. Nissan Z cars are an iconic piece of Japanese motoring that I now own a piece of...

2015 Nissan 370Z Review

I used to believe that once you go European, you never go back with cars. My last car was a BMW and I loved its luxury look and feel, but I got bored. I wanted more from the driving experience and something really fun. I also wanted a manual car and unless I was going to splash out on something like a M3, nothing European seemed like a sensible manual choice when considering resale value...

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...

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