2005 Nissan 350Z Touring Edition 3.5L V6 from North America
I believe that for the mid to late 2000's, this car will be unmatched in looks, and performance!
I have yet to have any problems with my 350Z since I've only had it for about 3-4 weeks!
Ever since the Nissan 350z was being introduced to the U.S. back in January of 03, I told myself I would get one. I live in Michigan and it's been 2 years, and now I got mine.
This thing is true to the way it looks and sounds.
The low rumble of the exhaust, which is stock, turns to a growl and is unmatched.
Handling around corners is fun, though when its wet outside it can be a little tricky.
The leather seats with the orange stitching is pure race inspired. This is a true coupe sports car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th May, 2005
2005 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast from North America
A nice sports car needing some fine-tuning
When trying to accelerate as fas as possible, the car does not seem to respond as it should. Don't get me wrong the car is great, but not quite what it should be for a 287hp sports-car. Shifting is not as smooth as expected. Th factory installed radio (not Bose) and rear Clarion speakers are in no way what this car should have. The front door speakers are great.
The 350Z is all-in-all a good car, but Nissan still needs a little more fine tuning in order to get it to where it should be. It is a great car for highway driving, but not so great for city driving (stop and go). I am not sure what it is with the shifting, but it does not come close that of an Acura TL. On the positive side it has great handling, comfortable interior, and the mpg is not bad at all.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 2nd May, 2005
3rd May 2005, 14:54
The acura TL and the Nissan 350z are two completely different cars. The TL is a "Luxury Sports Sedan" and the Z a sports car. If you want luxury and four doors - get the TL. If you want an unadulterated sports car, the Z is the best bang for the buck.
Your comparing apples and oranges. I suggest you study up before making comments like this.