Should you buy the 2009 Nissan 370Z? Well, it depends on what your idea of the perfect sports car is and how fast you want to drive.
The 2009 Nissan 370Z is a seriously high tech car. But unlike other high tech sports cars from Nissan, this one uses that technology to increase driver involvement making it seriously fun to drive.
Expect to shell out $39,130 for the base version of Nissan's catfish-inspired and sport-tuned NISMO 370Z.
According to 370Z.com, Nissan is developing a plug-in hybrid version of its Nissan 370Z for the 2011 MY. Normally, we'd call this idle speculation, but the world is topsy-turvy these days, so we'll play along.
The Nissan 370Z is more powerful, lighter and faster than the 350Z. But has it lost some of its fun in a drive for greater performance?
While the Nissan 370Z isn't great at burnouts (the nannies don't cooperate very well), it's spectacular for donuts. This viral ad features a fellow stealthily stealing one for a couple moments of tire-searing zen.
Cars.com has cobbled together a list of the top ten fastest and slowest selling cars in the US market these days and, shocker, the best selling cars are largely all-new or recently refreshed.
Heel and toeing is one of the hardest-to-master and most rewarding driving techniques, and now the Nissan 370Z's manual transmission will do it for you.
Here's eight new photos of the NISMO 370Z S-Tune package for the JDM version of the 2009 Nissan 370Z to add to those leaked scans we showed you last month. What they show is the design team at Nissan's in-house tuning shop's taking some serious risks with this angry-looking catfish. But rejoice, the 370Z S-Tune isn’t…