The Nissan 370Z is a car that comes from a lineage with a rich history going back to around 1970. This lineage consists of cars that had become Nissan’s first outstanding sports cars that had a focus on the US market.
It no doubt had he looks,reliablity and an equally performance-capable engine. It is from this rich lineage that the considerably lighter and even smaller Nissan 370Z came to us.
The 370Z came to us in 2009 laden with a capable and highly powerful 3.7-liter V-6 producing 332 hp. Using the standard SynchroRev Match six-speed manual transmission this vehicle easily matches its engine speed to road speed during downshifts.
In a 2018 update, Nissan claimed to have tweaked the 370Z a great deal. Notably, the modern 370Z’s cabin is well built and kept down to the very basic.
Nissan kept the driving position just as a classic sports car. The controls are also still logically arranged.
You can have your 370Z fitted with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system although this would demand that you tune it upwards to the Sport Touring model. Just to retain it as basic, the entry-level 2019 370Z still carries an AM/FM radio curved on a low-tech red-on-black dot-matrix display.
It also has a CD player, a whole six speakers, a USB port, and even an auxiliary input jack. This car isn’t heavily tech-laden but is practical, simple, and nice looking.
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