Nissan 370Z review

Category: Sports car

Section: Costs & verdict

Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan 370Z

Costs & verdict

Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is

Every 370Z comes with alloy wheels, powered seats, climate control, keyless engine starting, automatic xenon headlights and a socket for an MP3 player. GT models add 19in alloy wheels, heated leather and suede seats with lumbar support, a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav, a Bose audio system with eight speakers and the option of a seven-speed automatic transmission.

The more powerful Nismo model receives mechanical upgrades over the standard car, including lightweight 19in Rays wheels, a Nismo dual exhaust, lowered suspension and an extra 16bhp from the 3.7-litre V6.

Overview

On paper the Nissan 370Z offers plenty of performance for a competitive price but a gruff engine and poor ride corrupt the experience

  • Plenty of bang for your buck
  • Predictable chassis
  • GT trim is well equipped
  • Gruff engine
  • Hard ride
  • Low-rent interior