Review: 2005 Nissan 350Z

Who wouldn’t want another go around with dizzy. Spike only minor changes for the 2005 model year when the opportunity arises the spend 10 days with the Nissan 350Z you jump on. Having driven both track and touring models with autos and sticks and even a convertible I feel like I have a good grip on this car and what to expect from its various dialogue. Here I have the touring model with the firm shifting and optional 6 speed manual it’ll cost you $1600 more to replace the 5 speed auto. So my cry that it’s a sin to order Rizzi without a stick but I must say there’s an upside to the auto other than just saving cash 350Z is pretty demanding of the driver with sports car effort required for the controls so slightly more relaxed personality can be found with the automatic to take some of that edge off though Nissan did we do. Tension in the clutch pedal for 2005. This is been back on the scene now for a number of years.

2005 Nissan 350ZCarefully sculpted body. Amalgam of yesterday and tomorrow design cues. Still looks ferociously fresh. 1 look and there’s no doubting that this car means business the 3.5 liter V6, what’s up 200 87 horsepower taking commands from your right foot through a direct ignition system with drive by wire throttle control fragility there’s a limited slip rear attraction control system and vehicle dynamic control driven like it was meant to be driven the 350 Z. oozes of track ready performance in fact I don’t even have the track model. It’s virtually flat. A firm ride cabin noise and attention required to drive his car though would have me thinking of the 350Z as a second car and not your everyday driver plus spacing here is at a premium whether it be for cargo or for your cell phone. 33400 get you a touring coupe with the 6 speed, and for $37000 you can add XM radio, floor mats side and curtain airbags and the navigation system.

Gas mileage is pretty decent 20 sitting in 26 highway if you don’t drive like a nut but requires premium unleaded to do its thing and that’s tough to swallow these days began moving weekend car here and I guess. I’m ready for another test drive because the 350Z just hit the streets and it’s been comprehensively updated for the first time since its introduction. More info of headlights for Nissan, read at