Let’s be honest with ourselves, this car—a Nissan 350Z with four light bars, a lift kit, a black steel front bumper, big tires, deeply tinted windows and a large wing—checks every box a LaCrosse-playing, protein shake-drinking, boat shoe-wearing bro might want to check. And yet, somehow, I like it, too.
You can read car reviews all day long until your eyes start to bleed, but nothing matches the experience of actually getting behind the wheel and going for a drive. It’s the only way to know if a car is really for you or not. So what didn’t live up to your expectations?
Today’s ridiculously awesome wallpaper comes to us courtesy of Chadbee Photography. He sent us this photo along with a video of the car in action:
The Nissan 350Z is getting super affordable right now. What does that mean? It means V8 swaps, of course.
A sad and unfortunate update to yesterday’s story about a Southern Illinois University student who went missing after trying to sell his Nissan 350Z on Craigslist: the student, 19-year-old Taylor S. Clark, has reportedly been found dead.
Law enforcement officials in Illinois are seeking the public’s help in finding a Southern Illinois University student missing since Monday morning who had been trying to sell his car, a red Nissan 350Z, on Craigslist.
This 2006 Mercedes E55 AMG owner and his lawnmower, 1. Nissan 350Z, 0.
It's not that sports cars are necessarily fast. It's not like they're the only cars that can slide through turns. It's not like they're the be-all, end-all of performance driving. But there's something great about owning a sports car.
"The beer is supposed to be green, and we can't legally sell it" the bartender explains as he pours. This inevitably leads to me proving you can travel in the back of a Nissan 350Z and why I probably shouldn't.
In what the British media is calling a "guerrilla ad campaign," Nissan recently stickered a handful of its fleet cars with "kill" graphics signifying motorsport wins. The targets? Porsche, BMW, and Audi. Guess which one couldn't take a joke.
The Forum Wars is the show that puts two different
nerdy forum posters car guys from different automotive forums to do battle on the track. Let's see if they can drive like they type.
You've read 10 billion bombastic claims on car forums, and it's all been pretty much meaningless… until now. "The Forum Wars" will take those claims and put them on the real-world race track. Check out the tire-smoking, smack-talking trailer!
We knew the Nissan 350Z was a well balanced car, but this accident on the snowy roads of New York illustrates that fact in remarkably dramatic fashion. (Hat Tip To Eric)
Ever read about the 350Z ruined after a shop installed a bodykit with wood screws and bondo? The owner's finally made it right with new bodywork, new paint and a new shop. That camber is on the "to do" list.
In a quest to find the most sleep-inducing engine note, we begin with Nissan’s VQ35DE V6, as installed in a 350Z. Let’s see what happens.
Now that we know Tanner Foust is going to be one of the three hosts of Top Gear USA, we're feeling out whether this guy is worthy of the job or not. So, while we know pretty much everything there is to know about the race driver/television host, we're still interested in seeing more of his prowess behind the wheel. …
Frank Singleton could be classified as ingenious, or an idiot, but likely the latter. Singleton was released from jail after serving time on a misdemeanor trespassing charge. Immediately after release, Singleton attempted to carjack a lady and take her 2006 Nissan 350Z from the jail parking lot. It didn't work out so…
Though you should always take what you learn from Japanese car magazine scans with a grain of salt, things we're hearing about the forthcoming Nissan 350Z seem to line up with what was caught in this mag by a FreshAlloy forum member. First, we reported that the new Nissan 350Z would likely bow at the LA Auto Show, and…
We're not so sure that drifting is a sport, but that doesn't stop those Chinese hoons from doing it. Yep, the language of drifting has apparently been
outsourced translated into Mandarin. The Chinese apparently prefer to drift in... Japanese cars. What? Were you expecting a BYD? But wait, they haven't just ripped off…