The 370Z looks fairly good value considering how much power you get. However, an Audi TT 2.0 TFSI 211 is almost as rapid and costs even less to buy. The Nissan is also seriously pricey to run – it’s V6 petrol engine promises just 27mpg, and you won’t get anywhere near that much if you regularly put your foot down. High CO2 emissions mean you’ll be charged a fortune for road tax, too.
Nissan 370Z Coupe quality & reliability
The interior looks suitably sporty, with hooded dials and lashings of silver trim. However, some of the plastics and switches feel cheap, and the overall design is looking seriously dated. Nissan has a decent reliability record, however the 370Z didn’t feature in the most recent JD Power ownership satisfaction survey.
Nissan 370Z Coupe safety & security
To help avoid accidents, the 370Z comes with stability control. Front, side and curtain airbags, as well as active anti-whiplash head restraints, are on hand in case a collision is unavoidable. On the security front, deadlocks, locking wheelnuts and an alarm make life difficult for thieves.