This thing handles like no other car I've owned-put a set of sticky tires on it & give me a wicked turning road, and I'm in hog heaven. Also the advertised mileage for it, in my case at least,, is a bit low. I've seen as high as 26 mpg on road trips. Can't complain about that! I always thought this model was the sharpest looking one of the bunch, hands down.
T-tops, low wide stance, always gets noticed. Not that many left. It has 295,000 miles on it and it still accelerates like a cheetah!
My 300zx was an amazing car!! They all are. I loved the way it performed. Even though it was a non turbo it is still pretty quick sitting at 220hp stock. I have NEVER even sat in a car that handles better than a 300zx. It just grips the road so well. Unfortunately mine was a hole in my wallet and everyone around where I live that owned one that I have talked to said the same thing. That's why I sold my baby. But if you have the money its worth the buy!!!! these cars are so much fun!!!!
I loved the set up on the inside how everything is right at your finger tips. Also EVERYWHERE that I went people world stare and come up and compliment the car. Plus they are so rare people just like it even more and everyone knew it was me cause of that car.
Mine was an auto trans and it just sucked...It rarely shifted smooth. The stock spoilers on them are just junk. I had a fiberglass look alike put on. By now the sound system is out of date. Reliability could use help. Never left me stranded though.
Good performance, but I'll be twin-turbo'ing it sometime for more. Nice and low, stiff for stock (good). Handling is amazing, can't imagine how good it'll be with aftermarket coilovers. Extremely fun to drive. Very comfortable interior - only bad thing is no tilt. Requires premium fuel. 5-speed is great. Perfect shifter placement. No cup-holders, but you shouldn't need them in this car! Beautiful design. Definitely an eye-catcher (mine's red). Very light rear end and tight engine space. Great brakes. Overall a great car. Better than most sports cars I've driven. Pretty loud for a stock car. Encountering fellow Z32 owners on the road is great. Whoever said it's a Japanese supercar was right.
Design, handling, performance. I would have put 11 for "Fun to Drive" if it was an option.
The absolute finest automobile I'ver ever owned. Still turns head 16 years later. I've put 30,000 miles on it in 15 months and it's never failed. Gas mileage for a muscle car is very favorable at 24-25 miles hwy. City traffic is brutal, yielding only about 17 MPG. Car rides a little stiff but that is the norm for low-profile sports cars.
The car has been my favorite in over 45
years of driving. It has good
power...not too much, not too little.
It handles beautifully, has a very nice
sound system, and still looks
contemporary after 12 years on the
road. This is in spite of the car
requiring a number of major repairs
over the past two years, all due to
wear or mechanical failures, not
collision damage. Fuel injector rails,
manual transmission, clutch, drive
shaft, and even the Bose head unit have
all been replaced in the past six
months. It feels like new, and
when I have the black trim parts
replaced, the lower portion repainted,
and four door dings repaired, it will
look new as well.
The steering feel and accuracy is
outstanding. The styling beats almost
anything on the road today. The
engine's power and torque is more than
adequate. The sound system is
The steering wheel should be adjustable
fore and aft. My right knee strikes the
transmission tunnel, causing pain over
a long trip. Also, the current stock
Nissan brake rotors warp around 2,500
miles. Stillen rotors, pads, and
stainless lines took care of the
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