2009 Nissan 350Z 3.5L V6 5-speed Automatic Consumer Review - Fun car at first, But

2009 Nissan 350Z - Consumer Review

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Touring Convertible (3.5L V6 5-speed Automatic)

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Fun car at first, But Z ya later!
By bryanbrock on


2009 Nissan 350Z Touring 2dr Convertible (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


car is impossible to get comfortable in after about 30 minutes of driving. The designer should be shot, The center console and door mounted arm rest are "for looks" and are located way down ware your hip bones are. Its either both arms stretched out clinging to the wheel or nothing. You will feel every bump in the road terribly!! ..this is the year 2010, if others can be sporty and not buck you out of the car doing so than so should the z! You know what.. Ill just come out and say It, Buy a ford Mustang GT and save your self a lot of grief! mustang has 300hp, Mustang has more room, you dont feel every bump, interior is great! convertible tob works better! ..WE do not miss our Z at all.

Favorite Features

It does handle on rails! It is pretty to look at! ..the expensive tri-color perl paint and dark navy blue top really show well, Turn the traction control off and it turns into an animal.. lots of fun Bose stereo was great

Suggested Improvements

The interior plastics are coated in some fancy rubbery film that scrapes off way too easy and looks bad after. The convertible top can get confused in the middle of the process of going up or down and actually get stuck! ..This happened to us like 5 times over the 2 years of owning it. Yes it is a sports car, but their is no reason you should be feeling every bump in the road that bad. Interior looks neat but make sure you take a long test drive and you will soon find your self getting aggravated at the car trying to get comfortable. Tires are skinnys up front and wides in the rear so no rotating... also get used to spending about $340 or so a piece to replace them.
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