2009 Nissan 370Z

    (4 Reviews)


    2009 Nissan 370Z Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Nissan 370Z

    • It's nice to see that the Z has evolved effectively, yet gradually, with its main attribute-value-firmly in place. The 370Z continues to offer the style and performance of European sports cars at a fraction of their price, a tradition started by the original 240Z back in 1970.

      - Car and Driver
    • You'll like the Nissan 370Z if you want a fast, fun and approachably priced sports coupe. Buyers eyeing the offerings from Porsche and BMW will find the 370Z offers similar thrills at a much lower price.

      - Kelley Blue Book

    What reviewers liked least about the Nissan 370Z

    • Massive blind spots, nighttime instrument reflections, V6 gets a bit coarse at high rpm.

      - Edmunds.com

    Nissan 370Z Comparisons

    • Yet, the idea that a $34,000 Z would be a match for a $278,000 Aston, much less outperform it in some respects, never crossed our minds, especially considering the Brit has six cylinders and 178 horsepower on the Nissan.

      - Motor Trend

    Best one-liner about the Nissan 370Z

    • It feels sharp, direct, and balanced, a well-honed santoku knife to the 350Z's blunter and bulkier cleaver.

      - Motor Trend

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