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2009 Nissan 370Z - Review

 

The 2009 370Z Coupe is Nissan’s latest attempt at tapping into the pure essence of the sports car: two seats, a great chassis, good suspension design and enough power to get the job done. And on the whole, it’s a thrilling success.

With a new 3.7-liter take on the VQ V-6 engine rated at 332 horsepower, the 370Z isn’t lacking in the ponies department, though it does want for low-end grunt. While that might have been the end of the story, thanks to the car’s excellent handling and improved day-to-day comfort and feel over the 350Z it replaces, there’s a lot more to tell.

The new 2010 370Z Roadster isn’t quite out yet, with 2009-model cars being Coupes only, though the Nismo model, which adds 18 horsepower and a number of other tweaks and upgrades isn’t within the scope of this review either. But the Coupe is enough to keep any enthusiast busy, especially considering how much has changed.

Rather than follow the herd and continue to grow its cars larger and larger, Nissan...

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Specs: Select a Trim

2-Door Coupe Automatic (2) MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
2-Door Coupe Automatic Specs $31,230 $29,259 18 26
Touring Specs $35,760 $33,122 18 26
2-Door Coupe Manual (3) MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
2-Door Coupe Manual Specs $29,930 $28,043 18 26
NISMO Specs $39,130 $36,551 18 26
Touring Specs $34,460 $31,919 18 26
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