2005 Nissan 350Z Coupe Anniversary Edition 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
I love the bright yellow color. Acceleration great. I like all the stainless steel accents. It is fun to drive. I enjoy the Navigation system. Bose sound system great!!! I wish it had a better console for drinks. It has 1 flimsy plastic holder. Overall I love the car!! The cost of insurance is high, but worth it. I am happy with my purchase.
Speed, body, Bose sound system. Great air conditioning. Navagation system very helpful. Pleasant voice. Quick reroute. Wonderful exceleration. Need for speed, I can"t drive 65!!
Please provide space to hold beverages. Stereo system so large very little room for trunk space.
2005 Nissan 350Z Coupe Enthusiast 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
This car is incredible. I grew up with the Z car and this is a great addition to the improving line from Nissan. Without even pushing the car, I have come to respect what it can really do. This is not made for going through the drive thru or strapping on a bike rack, it simply performs. Young kids today buy cheap cars and sink money into them that only makes them sound horrible. This car sounds great and blows all the little tin cans away.
The exterior look of the car and the handling. I suppose the power and acceleration aren't too shabby either. It is fun to take normal corners over 60 mph and not feel scared that the back end will bust loose. If it does, it finds itself quickly and keeps on going.
Better rearview visibility. Also, Nissan should come out with a Turbo model like the older Z cars.
This throaty 350Z V6 burbles happily at idle, thrums at speed, and roars with excitement during acceleration, but without the *screaming* that the S2000 and RX-8 force the driver to endure. This is a sports car and it's not designed for everybody. I had a back spasm for a week as my body adjusted to the tight seat and high window sill (where my elbow rests when I lazily cruise). The Z is a great highway commuter car; I get 27mpg on the highway cruising at 85mph. A quick downshift into 5th and I can pass anything with ease.
6-speed shifter is precise and a pleasure to run through; leather- wrapped steering wheel and instrument cluster tilt together; hatchback operation makes the minimal storage area extremely easy to access; fabulous gas milage; this car makes me giddy.
I really wish I had cruise control, but couldn't justify spending $2700 for it; better tires - the Potenza RE040 are terrible in rain and horribly noisy; needs brighter radio illumination as one can't see its display at all; more substantial dead pedal as it's just too small.
2005 Nissan 350Z Coupe Track 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
I have had over half a dozen warranty jobs done on this car in its short lifespan. This includes a complete transmission that was grinding gears. The interior is full of cheep plastic. Insurance rates are rediculous for the car as well. I average 15.2 mpg.
center mounted tach, exterior styling and that is it