First the bad news. The tire noise in this car (touring with sport package)is unacceptable. I drive 60 miles to work each day and the noise is terrible. Nissan really dropped the ball with nvh. The good news is, the fix for tis pretty cheap and easy. Buy some sound deadener for about $150, then spend an afternoon installing it and all of a sudden you have a fun to drive, world class sports car that will run with anything on the road and get attention everywhere you take it. Acceleration and handling are great. Bose system is pretty good and interior quality is significantly better than the 350Z.
Looks, power, acceleration, suede like interior, an actual glove box, behind seat storage shelves. Car feels nimble and ready to go unlike my previous car (G37 coupe that was too weighed down to be fun to drive)
Fix the tire noise, fix the tire noise, fix the tire noise. Put the aux input in the arm rest so you don't have to see the wires. Add streaming bluetooth audio, maybe add an induction tube like on the mustang to create a better engine sound in the cabin
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