Used 2006 Nissan 350Z Coupe Consumer Reviews

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Nissan finally made something right

SOJ, 11/09/2006
2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
12 of 13 people found this review helpful

The Nissan 350z. What a beautiful car. I used to own a 1996 300zx. That was a pure driving pleasure. The 2006 350z takes after that exact vehicle. This car handles great, is fun to drive and gets pretty decent gas mileage with my heavy foot. I am always pulling between 370-390 each tank of gas, and thats city driving! Vehicle has power to spare in every gear, virtually no lag what so ever! You hit the gas and you're gone. Awesome vehicle, good job Nissan. All this coming from a die hard Toyota man. About time they bring that Supra back huh? Anyways for 30k, you can't beat this vehicle..

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Not your Daddy's Sports Car

Bill, 01/21/2007
Grand Touring 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

Bought this car New Years Eve (yes,the dealership was open Sunday before the holiday). Performance/handling is great. Have to constantly look at the speedometer to check my speed. The car is that smooth. I can even fit my golf bag with a few pieces of soft luggage, no problem. Even though this is a performance sports car I get better mileage with the Z than my SUV. The only negative is the tires can't be rotated,and they are not cheap (18"front/19"rear).

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My Z completes me!

Tabtabuttit, 02/16/2020
Grand Touring 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

I got a used 2006 350z with 12K on it. SO it was basically almost new. It was next to the WRX STI when I was looking for a car. Initially, I was going for the WRX. I test drove them both and felt the big difference. The Z has better handling, torque and power. I did a lot of reading and research and youtubes (that's me) before I buy something. I decided to take the Z instead of the WRZ. And I've been very happy since then. No "what ifs" feeling. I did a lot of mods. bigger wheels, cold intakes, touch screen navigation and sound system, tinted windows, remote start, catback invidia exhaust, rear spoiler and splitter. You can just imagine how sick it looks now with all those mods. Driving this beast is fun (understatement). The power is absolute available at all times as soon as you press on the pedal. It exhilarating to drive this. It goes so fast that you go up to 60 in a snap. I have to add an expensive radar detector to avoid speeding tickets. Haven't had one yet. The MPG is surprising considering the power you get. It's truly a neck breaker. My 8 year old son is so happy every time I pick him up with this beast. My wife hates it on the other hand. I been approached so many times by males and females to ask me how much I spent on this ride. It's really a head turner. Oil consumption is normal. I never had any issue with it. I just bring it to the dealership for oil change. I get a lot -- as in -- a lot of compliments when I drive my 350Z. I babied her since I got her 3 years ago. It's my weekend car. Never had an issue with it. Come to think of it - it's actually a 14 year old car now. Yet it always runs like new. I have a Nissan Frontier PRO 4X for my daily drive. So I feel complete with having the Z.

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No Longer Needed a Truck

EJ, 01/09/2008
Enthusiast 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
7 of 8 people found this review helpful

Great fun to drive! The car has super handling and accelerates better than expected. I use it as a daily driver to commute about 15 miles to work each way... never looked so forward to driving to work and going home before.

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Amazing Performance and Deal

randyest, 10/03/2006
2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 6M)
4 of 4 people found this review helpful

I've driven many sports cars and this is my favorite ever. The Porsche Boxster has it beat a bit on handling, some muscle cars (such as the GTO) have more horsepower, and a few have more torque. But for ~$30k you get more from the 350Z in all those categories than you can in just one category from many cars that run $50k+. And it's such a gorgeous car with a unique look. Pictures can't do it justice -- you have to see it to appreciate the look. I even like the interior a lot, which some seem to complain about. It's compfortable, well-laid out, the gauges move with the steering wheel tilt (first time I've seen that), and the textured surfaces are both interesting and easy to clean.

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