Only a handful of cars become legendary in their own time, and Nissan's original Z-car falls into that category. First seen in 1969 as the Datsun 240Z, the two-seat hatchback was the first Japanese-built sports car to sell strongly in the United States.Nissan's modern-day 350Z coupe wen... Read Full Report
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Nissan's long-lived Z-car traditionally has been aimed at performance buffs, although some iterations in the '90s began to stray more toward the luxury end of the spectrum. The reincarnation of the Z-car, which arrived in 2002, may be the ideal his-and-hers combination of performance and luxury -- a desirable package that is embodied in the 2005 350Z 35th Anniversary Edition. We teste... Read full review for the 2005 Nissan 350 Z
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The car, overall is great. It looks goood, its fast and reliable. The downside is gas consumption and interior space, but guess what, its a sports car, so its OK to be a gas guzzler and small right??
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