Only a handful of cars become legendary in their own time, and Nissan's original Z-car is in 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 U.S.Nissan's modern-day 350Z coupe went on sale as a ... Read Full Report
Something strange happened between the time Nissan introduced the 350Z in 2003 and today, when the deceptively similar-looking 2007 model arrived for this review. The once-rickety, temperamental and basically uncivilized two-door went from being one of my least-desired cars to gaining must-have status. How did Nissan do it? Over the past few years, the company has made tweaks here and there to ... Read full review for the 2007 Nissan 350 Z
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I bought a white 2007 6-speed base coupe back in May. I drove every sports car in the same price range before I bought it and I've had no regrets. I'm 6'4" and it was comfortable for me to ride in. Th... Read Full Review
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