Nissan's brawny 350Z coupe and roadster have had a minor mid-life facelift for the 2006 model year.
All cars now get the higher-revving 300bhp version of the 3.5-litre V6 engine first seen on last year's limited-edition 35th anniversary 350Z (up from 276bhp), while natty lightweight alloy wheels, previously a £1000 option, are now standard.
350Z aficionados will spot the new bi-xenon front lights and LED rear lights, but other than a couple of new colours, that's about all that's changed outside. Inside, Nissan has listened to owners' gripes and fitted new armrests, improved quality and moved the buttons for the heated seats so they're no longer prone to being switched on by your elbow!
Bluetooth phone connectivity is now standard in the coupe, while an advanced factory-fit DVD sat-nav system is a new £1200 option. The GT pack is still available, adding powered leather seats and BOSE stereo system for £2500.
Prices have risen by a modest £800, making the coupe £26,300 and the roadster £27,800.
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