I took my truck in for first oil change. Supposedly I got a full multi-point inspection. When I drove off the dealer the sound coming from the muffler was different than when I took it in. I immediately found a parking lot and pulled in to it. After checking the muffler and not finding anything I open the engine hood. I immediately saw that whoever took the air filter assembly apart to check the filter could not put it back together. It was totally not right. I put it back together as it properly goes. If something so simple was not done right I wonder what happens when one needs major service done. It’s kind of hard for me to recommend service here after such a minor thing was messed up!!
Could use transmission work.
by Kailow from Nevada
July 1, 2018
The transmission slightly grinds when shifting into gears. could use work in the future, buyers beware. Aside from that its a thrill to drive and you definitely won't be bored.
Rees was my greeter and was an excellent source of information and sales expediter. Rees explained the CarMax process and then Listened to the car features I required. He did searches of car max inventory, searches of manufacturers’ sites for additional info, and requested transfer of a vehicle from another location. There was no pressure to buy (CarMax has a five day return policy). Paperwork was efficient, and I even got help getting both the car I bought and the car I arrived in home. It was my first solo car buying experience so I especially appreciated that I got a car that suited me at a fair price and no hassle
What a Boxster wishes it could be!
by NMFORDMAN from Rio Rancho, New Mexico
October 22, 2017
Looking for a true sports car experience without the price tag? The Z has been and continues to be the standard.
While it lacks the build quality of a Porsche or BMW, it performs as well. You cannot but help to grin ear to ear when you fire it up and step on the throttle.
Steering is tight and responsive with excellent feedback, braking is strong bringing you to a stop quicker then this price point would convey.
Mine had a paltry 1708 miles when I purchased it, even smelled brand new, so I can not attest to the reliability at this time, however it has a proven engine and a anything but Nissan's problematic CVT transmission. Judging by the build quality, I believe Nissan has done it's best to ensure this Z maintains the standard of dependability they were once known for.
People have ridiculed the 370's styling, complained about the blind spots. It is a sports car after all and visibility is better than a Camaro or Challenger. Seating comfort exceeds the Mustang for those of us with long legs. It turns heads and exhumes speed and performance even when parked.
When I was a very young man, I longed to own a 240Z, and while it is a classic, I am so glad I waited until I found this Z calling my name.
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