Following on from an illustrious line of cool and desirable Z sports cars dating back to the 1970s, the 2-seat 2018 Nissan 370Z -- available in Coupe, Roadster and track-ready Nismo styles -- wears its years well. Thanks in no small part to Nissan’s build quality and reliability, plus a modern take on a classic look.
New Features and Revisions
The 370’s looks are updated, with dark treatments of the headlights and taillights. A darker rear lower fascia joins a fresh design of 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Engine management has been tweaked for better throttle response. And versions with the manual transmission receive a high-performance clutch.
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