Luxury Sports Car: The 2009 Nissan 370Z is one of those sports cars that simply looks exciting. It is shorter, smaller, and lighter than its predecessor, the 350Z, and, in our opinion, better looking overall. The interior space is the same while the 370Z is sleeker and a tad more aerodynamic as well.
The interior is a two-seat cockpit of fantastical proportions with a simplicity that enhances its overall richness. The tilt of the leather racing seats, the brushed-metal finishes throughout, and the backlit gauges convincingly sell the vehicle's sports car pedigree. There is even sufficient space behind the seats to call it usable storage space.
A 3.7-liter V6 coupled with a seven-speed manual transmission or an automatic transmission with paddle shifters assures delivery of a high-performance vehicle looking to push the envelope. The 370Z puts out an impressive 332 horsepower per the automaker. The 370Z features the world's first SynchoRev Match manual transmission in action.
The price starts at $29,930. However, it is easy to see how fulfilling the wants and the needs equally increasing the price of 370Z. The Nissan shown in a print ad recently shown in Men's Health magazine sells for more than $37,000.
For more information, visit the all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z at www.NissanUSA.com.
For LxM James Rothaar
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