Pros: "I do enjoy driving this car every day to work."
Cons: "Very bad blind spots."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7
"I have had my car for 4 month and drive 120 miles round trip to work. Average gas mileage, have not made more than 24 mpg for city (Houston). There are major blind spots. I wish the speedometer was in the middle instead of the RPM gage. Part of the speedometer is blocked by the hand gear shift on steering wheel. I am 5'11" and there is plenty of room. You passenger will not have a drink holder unless you trust the small one on the door."
"I purchased this car and absolutely love it. Lots of fun to drive especially in the mountains and an places where you can open it up. Excellent gas mileage considering what it is. On 2 trips of approx 1000 miles each averaged 27-29 miles per gallon and that was not being a conservative driver (doing speed limit)."
"Remember that this is a pure sports car, so lets not knock off points for passenger room, MPG and such.
1. The styling, engineering and design are top notch. Quality, finish and fit are also excellent.
2. Performance is great...handling, acceleration, stopping power and top end.
3. Very reliable and maintenance costs are reasonable.
4. A good value for what you get.
1. Rear visibility is poor.
2. Hatch area is too small.
3. Road noise from tires.
4. Clutch is a little noisy when releasing in 1st and 2nd gear.
5. No interior hatch release.
Overall a great sports car. There are lots of aftermarket upgrades if you want more performance or for appearance.
Really most complaints are nitpicking. If you want a high performance Japanese sports car for a reasonable price it cannot be beat."
Pros: "Quick, Responsive handling and good looking"
Cons: "Limited trunks space."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Driving a Z370 is fun and it turns heads. It is quick and responsive. I owned Tiburons, Excort GTs and a Camaro SS and my Z is by far my favorite car. I owned a Z350 and never hesitated to buy another Z when the time came for a new car. And, I plan to buy another when I'm ready for my next new car. I like the two seater configuration and the limited trunk space is a fair trade off for the Z's looks and handling. Afterall, you don't buy a performance car to haul groceries! I think the Z meets the needs of owning a performance car, whether it's your first performance car or you've driven and owned performanace cars in the past. And, I think it's a good value for price."
"This is my 4th nissan z car I have owned a 260zx turbo, 350z convertable, a 2009 370z convertable and now this 2012 370z convertable roadster and is a very exciting & fun car to drive. This car handles well with the top up or down. Love this car!"
Cons: "Just the balky synchro in first to second."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"Very reliable and fun to drive. Great build quality.
Unbelievable value for the money. Resale holds up well too.
Takes a while to master a somewhat notchy clutch/transmission combo; but not a deal breaker by any means. Would buy another if they ever change the style. Great Japanese engineering and quality. Except for a somewhat imperfect first to second synchromesh connection.
Otherwise, would recommend to anyone."