This vehicle is a smooth, powerful
machine. Performance on these 300zx's
are the best of all z's. I've owned an
80's 300zx n/a, and the power to
weight ratio is horrible, making it a
poor performer. Even though Nissan
still made the early 90's Zs heavy,
the horsepower went up significantly
with the twin turbos. Low end and top
end acceleration is awesome, and you
can even pass cars in 5th gear on the
highway, look ma, no downshifting!
Handling is razor sharp, the car moves
to wherever you want it,the car makes
you confident of its handling. The
styling is timeless, looking as good
as new exotic cars of today. This car
has and always be the ultimate 300zx.
My favorite features are the t-tops,
lack of rear seats, and the smooth,
sleek styling of the car. Oh and did I
mention the twin turbos are kind of
nice to have?
Of course, being a sports car, gas
mileage won't be great, and plenty of
other owners have griped. It would be
nice if Nissan could've upped the gas
mileage a little more, but really,
there's nothing to complain about this
car. To call it "awesome" would be an
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