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by Guggie Gramma from Woodstock, CT | September 24, 2010
I love my 2009 and shopping for a 2010. I want the same features but this time I definitely want to include the blue tooth. the only option I currently do not have is navigation and blue tooth. I would only have the roadster as I love the open feeling. Would I recommend a Nissan Z... I started out with a 240, 260, 280 etc. Now a 350 * the best of the best. Can't imagine what the 370Z is going to be like. I'll let you know....