Best overall sports car value
By zedhead on
2010 Nissan 370Z Touring 2dr Coupe (3.7L 6cyl 6M)
With the sports package you get great acceleration, great brakes, great handling, way above average reliability and a reasonably comfortable ride, especially for a sports car. Rev matching not a problem if you opt for the sports package which adds the (way) upgraded brakes, 19 inch forged Rays wheels, tasteful rear spoiler and the rev matching feature, which is a great feature.
Acceleration, handling, styling, reliability. With a little easy effort, 2 golf bags fit in back. True sports car with near exotic car performance but that works as a frequent daily driver as well.
Touring package stereo not as good as it should be, visibility while turning blocked by mirrors more than any vehicle I ave ever driven, which includes several sports cars, rear visibility also tough, folding seat forward to access space behind seats is powered, needs manual quick flip forward too.