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2018 Nissan 370Z N-Sport review

The 370Z is still pretty old-school cool, and the limited-edition N-Sport's splashes of yellow give it a bit more sting in an otherwise competent, if ageing, package.

2018 Nissan 370Z Nismo review

Nissan's ageing 370Z might be nearly a decade old, but with the new Nissan 370Z Nismo, has the Japanese manufacturer finally unlocked the true potential of the coupe?

2017 Nissan 370Z Coupe review

Eight years after making its Australian debut, the Nissan 370Z Coupe is still on sale and still the Japanese brand’s only sports car offering outside of the circa-$200k Nissan GT-R.

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.

Nissan 370Z King Of The Mountain

Nissan 370Z King Of The Mountain. Does the turbo AWD fraternity have to worry about the new 370Z? How about Boxsters, AMG Benzes, M-series BMWs and S-badged Audis? In Brisbane, there's only one way to find out. - by Alborz Fallah - photos - Tristan Schoonens. Earlier this year I took a Mitsubishi Evolution X up Mount Glorious/Nebo here in my little country town called Brisbane...

2009 Nissan 370Z Review & Road Test

2009 Nissan 370Z Review & Road Test Godzilla on a beer budget Model Tested: 2009 Nissan 370Z; 3.7-litre, V6, seven-speed automatic; coupe - $69,990 (RRP) Options: Metallic Paint $495 (Fitted - Chicane Yellow) CarAdvice Rating: - by Matt Brogan When you stop to consider the 370Z’s price tag then what I’m about to say will begin to make a whole lot more sense: this is the best sports car on the market under $100K...

2009 Nissan 370Z Review

In these days when even a Mini is bigger than its predecessor it's certainly unusual for a manufacturer to be boasting that its car is smaller, and better for it, but that's certainly the case with Nissan's new 370Z. While the 370Z may be a little bit smaller than its predecessor, the 350Z, it is bigger and better in almost all other respects, boasting a bigger engine, more power, better safety and improved handling...