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What Car? says

4 out of 5 stars

For You lose a roof, but gain a glorious V6 growl

Against Some of the 350Z's rivals are better on twisty roads and have more prestige

Verdict A real soft-top muscle car, but a little unrefined

Go for… Standard spec

Avoid… Imports

Nissan 350Z Convertible
  • 1. Check the registration documents carefully to check you're not buying a grey import
  • 2. Check the hood for signs of wear or damage. If you need to replace it, you’ll spend a small fortune
  • 3. Overall reliability is good, although some cars suffer from noisy rear suspension
  • 4. The roadster is quite a bit more expensive than the coupe, so it’s likely to hold its value even better in the future
  • 5. A face-lift in 2006 introduced a slightly better trim level and a more powerful 300bhp engine
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