The 370Z is an excellent update on the classic Z cars of the 1970s. Its wide and short proportions make it an excellent canyon carver.
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Nissan keeps the 370Z's front styling particularly clean, with the boomerang headlights smoothly molded into the fenders and the air intake open without adornment.
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Nissan's 3.7-liter V-6 engine is good for 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, more than enough to get this two-seater moving quickly.
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The 370Z's cockpit is planted a little forward of where it was in the first Zs, contributing to better balance.
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Rays wheels, bigger brakes, and a limited slip differential come as part of an optional Sports package.
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The ride quality of the 370Z is a perfect balance between comfortable and sporty. The car stays very flat in the corners, but it won't break your back when riding over a pothole.
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The Nissan's cargo area is very shallow. You won't be piling a lot of luggage back here.
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The cabin of the 370Z offers a luxury feel, more so than most Nissan cars.
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Switches for audio and cruise control are set into the steering wheel spokes, along with a button to activate the Bluetooth hands-free phone system.
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As a sports car, the tachometer is front and center, with the speedometer off to the right.
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With the automatic transmission option, Nissan mounts shift paddles to the steering column for its manual-shift mode.
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Two gauges and a digital clock adorn the top of the dashboard.
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The stock stereo has a six-disc changer, auxiliary input, and satellite radio. iPod integration comes with the navigation system.
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