2014 Nissan 370 Z
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i expected better

by on August 31, 2017

The car was ragged out, so i will definitely test drive another to compare. Braking was bad (grabbed), rear view when the top was up was not good. acceleration was good
The car was ragged out, so i will definitely test drive another to compare. Braking was bad (grabbed), rear view when the top was up was not good. acceleration was good
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Very Nice Sports Car

by from Corydon, IN on August 28, 2017

Fun car , opted for touring model for some extra options and everything was as expected. Very nice ride , responsive handling. I would stay away from if you are looking for higher level of comfort or ...
Fun car , opted for touring model for some extra options and everything was as expected. Very nice ride , responsive handling. I would stay away from if you are looking for higher level of comfort or are a person over 6 feet. the interior is not made for taller than normal individuals and the trunk space is minimal as well. there is some storage behind the seat but not a lot. Empty nesters or Dual income no kids welcome but nesters will have to leave the grandkids at home..
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I have owned every Z from the 260Z to the 370Z

by from Ringwood , Nj on August 17, 2017

The 370Z coupe has been as dependable as a the rest of the line of Z's. Normal maintenance on the car is all you need to keep the performance at 100%. Holds the road like no other. The Motors never st...
The 370Z coupe has been as dependable as a the rest of the line of Z's. Normal maintenance on the car is all you need to keep the performance at 100%. Holds the road like no other. The Motors never stop. Only con is that its not a Snow Machine. It would be awesome as an AWD.
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Zippy fun entry level sports car

by from Florida on June 7, 2017

Was a fun car I've had for a little over 3 years now. Had some electric issue in the dash computer which Nissan quickly replaced under warranty. No issues since. Steering in the car is active and resp...
Was a fun car I've had for a little over 3 years now. Had some electric issue in the dash computer which Nissan quickly replaced under warranty. No issues since. Steering in the car is active and responsive and makes for fun Sunday drives on curvy roads. The interior is nice but sparse and the Nismo option leaves out a lot of key features. Biggest concern is the power, Nissan has made little improvements here with 4 cyl engines producing even more lack of HP in the C6 market will soon leave cars like the Z extinct. The cars impressive grip, steering, and balance begs for another 100 horses.
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Fun, Sporty, NOT a daily driver

by from Greenville on May 8, 2017

With it's great styling and powerful V6 this vehicle will definitely put a smile on your face. I'm 6'1 and have no issues fitting into the vehicle, however getting in and out is a bit of a challenge g...
With it's great styling and powerful V6 this vehicle will definitely put a smile on your face. I'm 6'1 and have no issues fitting into the vehicle, however getting in and out is a bit of a challenge given the low stance of the car. Would recommend as a second car, not your primary daily driver. All around a great vehicle.
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370z

by from Williams Lake B.C. on March 8, 2015

Great car for the money and yes I own one, 2014 base model with extras. With the styling and it is very nice I think no matter what model you buy they should all come with a rear spoiler as standard, ...
Great car for the money and yes I own one, 2014 base model with extras. With the styling and it is very nice I think no matter what model you buy they should all come with a rear spoiler as standard, interior they need to lose the cloth inserts on the seats and really on the door panels too hard to clean and over time the edges discolour from the cleaners. Then there is the camber issue to much camber and no need for it, the car handles just great with 0 camber and the best part no inner tire wear.Now my biggest complaint... a car of this design needs more power,... it has too little torque and too little horsepower. This thing needs twin turbos or something to get the torque and horsepower to a respectable level 332 in todays world of performance is not respectable, it is boring. The good news is that for about 10,000 it can be made to be respectable and still be cost effective and one more thing the base model tires are a joke they are way to narrow for the rims.
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love it

by from south carolina on February 13, 2015

Beautiful sports car. Exterior very sexy lines. Love the look. Enterior is very comfortable and seats supportive with nice leather and suede. Only negative is wind and road noise. I love this car, eve...
Beautiful sports car. Exterior very sexy lines. Love the look. Enterior is very comfortable and seats supportive with nice leather and suede. Only negative is wind and road noise. I love this car, everything a sports car should be. I got the touring model with sport package and nav package. IRecommend very highly.
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2014 Nissan 370Z Roadster Touring (Review)

by from Pasadena, CA on September 21, 2014

The 370Z is one of the sportiest vehicles Nissan has introduced and its reputation for being a powerful top performer on the road is well known. The vehicle is a great example of a stylish convertible...
The 370Z is one of the sportiest vehicles Nissan has introduced and its reputation for being a powerful top performer on the road is well known. The vehicle is a great example of a stylish convertible two-seater sports car that has been around for many years, yet is still popular among car enthusiasts who are looking for a fast and fun to drive sports car that can compete with the majority of today?s top European rivals. The Nissan Roadster has a beautiful exterior, a folding fabric top which can be retracted with the push of a button in only 20 seconds, and the Touring model is available in eight exterior colors? Magnetic Black, Pearl White, Midnight Blue, Brilliant Silver, Magma Red, Gun Metallic, Black Cherry, and Solid Red. For 2014, the 370Z comes equipped with a supercharged 3.7-liter V-6 engine with 332 horsepower, yields approximately 270 lb. ft. of torque, can go from 0-60 mph in less than 5.6 seconds, and offers good fuel economy for a sports vehicle, rated at an estimated 18 mpg in the city and 25 on the highway. The vehicle can be fitted with either a 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters or a 6-speed manual transmission. Because the doors are made out of aluminum, they do feel a little flimsy, lacking a solid feel to them when being opened or closed. The Roadster?s exterior is sleek and stylish with an aerodynamic design with sweeping rear windows, vertical silver door handles, bi-xenon headlights, big fender flares, and a uniquely shaped cloth top that easily folds down with no manual effort. The interior of the 2014 Nissan 370Z Roadster is impressive with available features such as, automatic climate control, height-adjustable driver's seat, a 4-speaker sound system, power windows and door locks with auto-lock capability, illuminated steering wheel-mounted controls, 12-volt power outlets, push button start, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD, trip computer, three cup holders, cruise control, CD player, Bose Sound System with 8-speakers and subwoofer, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth, MP3/WMA playback, and HomeLink Connectivity. To add to the sporty look and feel of the Roadster, there are triple dial instrument pods that are strategically located directly above the center console. Controls are easy to reach and there is enough room to seat two passengers comfortably. In back of the driver and passenger seats, there is an area behind each seat to place small objects and hide them from prying eyes. Due the vehicle?s sporty nature, there is not a lot of head/legroom in the front cabin for taller passengers, there are no backseats, and trunk space is limited, measuring only 4.2 cubic feet, so transporting bigger items in the 370Z is not possible. The seats are comfortable, supportive, and ergonomic with a firm, yet supple feel to them. Standard safety features include- traction control system, brake assist, anti-lock braking system, driver and front passenger side impact and curtain air bags, seat belts with pretensions and load limiters, electronic brake force distribution, pressure monitoring, and a vehicle security system. On the road, the 370Z Roadster is a strong performer with a planted feel, fast acceleration, accurate braking, great handling, and navigates tight corners and curvy roads with ease. The suspension is a little stiff, but the Roadster is quick with an effortless fluidity on the road that is unparalleled. The new 2014 Nissan 370Z Roadster is a real head turner, especially in the solid red color and embodies everything one would expect a high quality sports car to have- power, excellent handling, stylish exterior design, comfortable and well appointed interior, advanced technology, and smooth on the road performance that truly exemplifies everything that the Roadster is.
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Best car for the value

by from Leesburg, VA on September 13, 2014

Beautiful body and sleek lines. Loaded with great features. Love the back up camera in the rear view mirror, heated seats and defrost on side view mirrors. Rides smoothly and fast! Eric Escueta from S...
Beautiful body and sleek lines. Loaded with great features. Love the back up camera in the rear view mirror, heated seats and defrost on side view mirrors. Rides smoothly and fast! Eric Escueta from Sheehy Nissan of Manassas was fantastic!
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I'd recommend it in a minute

by from Casa Grande, AZ on June 25, 2014

Bought this base model with sport package new in Sept. of 2014 for just about $30,000 even. So I think it was a pretty good deal. Best and most fun car I ever owned. I can compare it to a Miata and a...
Bought this base model with sport package new in Sept. of 2014 for just about $30,000 even. So I think it was a pretty good deal. Best and most fun car I ever owned. I can compare it to a Miata and a couple of Mustang GT's and the Z is my hands-down favorite. Just got back from a 1,000 mile round trip up to Northern Arizona and it performed flawlessly at a respectable 27.1 mpg according to the car's computer. Visibility from the inside is a common complaint so to help, I took out the passenger side headrest. Probably not safe for the passenger but most of the time it is just me in the car. Inside road noise under certain conditions can be deafening. This I attribute mainly to the tires. One thing I would have been happy to pay extra for is a power driver's seat. On a long trip, sometime just tapping the power adjustment switch makes all the difference in comfort. This is not easily done with manual seat adjustment. Radio does not pull in stations nearly as well as most cars I've owned. But this is more of an inconvenience than a complaint since I'd rather listen to the hum of the engine. The Z holds the road like a slot car and although I seldom really use the power, it's always nice to know it is there. About 6,500 miles on it now and not one complaint.
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