The Z experience has been an adventure
everyday. I love the feel of the car,
the way it handles in every situation.
I can say my major disappointment has
been with the paint on the car. I have
Pikes Peak White and have already had
one repaint - damage done at delivery
to me, and ready for a second due to
rock pings going to metal. I have had
to replace my tires and brakes because
of poor quality. The engine is
amazing. I hate the dealership that I
purchased this car from ABC Nissan
Phoenix, AZ. It will definitely deter
me from buying another vehicle from
them. A 2006 is a must have for me!
Bad dealer/service department-- amazing
The look of the car and the engine
Paint marks too easily, tires have had
a roar and had to be replaced- received
hard time from dealership about
replacement, brakes, still squeeking
after 2 new sets. Cup holders are
The 350Z is nice to drive and handles
well. I have had 2001 and 2003 Porsche
Boxters and 911's in the past. Several
with a manual and one a Tiptronic. The
350 Z is easy $10k less also.
This car has much more interior room
and head room. The performance is also
excellent. Plenty of scoot for cruising
Nice glass rear window. It is fairly
quiet for a convertable when driving
with the top up or down.
Navigation system. Great for the back
Everything works well but I would say
keep the interior simple. Lets not let
the newer models get to much glitz and
gadgets. Porsche has the right idea
there in function and simplicity.
The dealer has treated me great. The
car out performs my expectation. I have
a little problem with the navigator and
the currency of the DVD disk. Still
working on solving that problem. The
jury is still out.
The 6 speed, the low end torque and the
The clutch drags a bit through the low
gears. The Navigator DVD is very