2004 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
i love this car. not used to the
attention though. it is fast and fun.
the mpg is around 24 on highway and 19
around city, even when driving like a
a maniac. get it if you want a cool
car. i have had mine a week and went
away for spring break, and after 1 day
i missed driving it.
In 1972 I purchased my first Z. It was
the 1970 240Z and a more cost efficient
sports car I have never seen.
As an avid autocrosser I was looking
for something reasonably priced.
I compaired the Z06 Corvette, the Mazda
RX8, and the 350Z. I was very
impressed with the handling of the Z
and at a price that was 16 grand less
than a Z06.
The Z's 3.5 liter V6 offers very good
On the track the Z says, Drive me hard.
It has very slight understeer. Exiting
a corner the Z becomes instantly
neutral. Inducing oversteer is very
This car is the embodiment of the
original 240Z, offering performance at
a reasonable price.
Easy to learn to push to it's limits.
Brembo breaks stop the care quickly and
have little to no fade.
Aggressive styling is a head turner.
Nissan has hinted that the 3.5 liter
power plant can easily produce more
than 300 horsepower. Do that and it
will be a Z06 killer on the autocross
Read tons of reviews before deciding
on the Z Touring Roadster......IT IS
EVERYTHING others say and more. the
Pick up is awesome, sound system
rocks, handling is un matched and what
a head turner in Red .. This car is
for real all the way around.
The performance and handling and sound
Location of cup holders not conducive
to driver ease ......Radio controls
should be oppisite the cruise controls
on the steering wheel.