The interior layout, fit and finish
The driver's seat is well bolstered and models with leather upholstery have suede-like seat centres to stop you from sliding around during hard cornering. The instrument dials move in unison with the steering wheel, ensuring a clear line of sight. However, it’s not all good news, because the steering wheel adjusts for height only (not reach) and over-the-shoulder vision is poor.
And, disappointingly, the 370Z feels cheap for a car nearing £30k. There are swathes of scratchy-feeling plastics around the gearstick, handbrake and glovebox area, while details such as the dated-looking fuel gauge and odd blanking plates on the centre console hint at cost-saving.