...Behind the front seats is a miniscule cargo ledge and storage cubby. The cloth top doesn't intrude on trunk space, but all you get is a precious 4.2 cubic feet, top up or down. That's about half the space of a Mustang, Camaro, 1 Series or Audi TT convertible. Safety, Features & Pricing The Z has not been crash-tested, and given its low production volume, it probably won't be. Click here for standard safety features. The Z roadster has insufficient reliability data to quantify, but its coupe sibling is abysmal in that department. The 1 Series is a reliability sinkhole, too, but the Mustang and...
...Arrowhead-shaped head- and taillights add to its splendor. The Base comes standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, and the Touring has the option to upgrade to 19-inch with the Sports Package. The NISMO comes with specialty 19-inch forged aluminum-alloy wheels manufactured by RAYS. The interior, with its dial-heavy dash, isn’t quite as stylish and the outside; however, people that like sporty cars will appreciate all the goodies to look at. The seats are comfortable enough, and the Roadster and NISMO add zazz, but road noise is still a problem (all those horses under the hood don’t help).But...
Nissan surprised fans at the recent ZDayZ gathering in North Carolina with the unveiling of the 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO, and we now have some photos and a video taken at the... read more May 19, 2014 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
At the ZDayZ enthusiast meet in North Carolina today, Nissan unveiled the 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO. Keeping to the core of what has made previous 370Z NISMO models great, the... read more May 16, 2014 by Nelson Ireson
Some people go to extreme lengths to own the car of their dreams. Theft. Selling drugs. Getting tickets to see Oprah and hoping she's feeling generous that day. Other say... read more November 27, 2013 by Antony Ingram
Just a few days ago, we saw Mercedes race an A45 AMG against a downhill longboarder in a beautifully choreographed video. Now NISMO takes it to the next level--literally. If... read more October 1, 2013 by Nelson Ireson