Nissan 370Z Nismo Review | A Last Hurrah

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The Nissan 370Z is powered by a Nismo tuned 3.7-Litre, V6 engine that produces 350HP and 374Nm of torque. It produces 22HP more than the standard 370Z. It has a 7-speed automatic gearbox that sends the power to the rear wheels (RWD). On the Nismo version of the 370Z, there are some modifications to the exhaust system, aerodynamic body design, chassis enhancements, tuned suspensions & brakes and signature Nismo interior.

On the inside, this is where you start seeing the age of the 370Z. The interior is quite basic with a 7-inch VGA infotainment screen and an 8-speaker Bose sound system. The interior is lined with a mixture of Alcantara, leather and magnesium paddle shifters. On the 370Z, you will find sporty Recaro seats that offer a fine balance of support, comfort while tucking you in very well into it.

The Nissan 370Z competes with Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Honda Civic Type-R, Dodge Challenger, Audi TT RS, BMW 2 series and Toyota 86. It will be replaced most likely this year with the Nissan 400Z, a turbocharged sports car. This makes the 370Z pretty much the last naturally aspirated sports car.

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