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The Nissan 350Z entered production in 2002, initially as a coupé, while a roadster model was added two years later. Each was manufactured until 2009.
The 350Z is every inch a modern sports car, with its imposing yet smoothly fashioned body. This features a gently contoured bonnet and beltline and subtly flared wheel arches, beneath which are fitted 18-inch alloy wheels. Distinctively designed headlights, fitted with Xenon lamps, provides the front fascia with a singular look. The 350Z isn’t just for show, however. It’s made by Nissan, after all, which means it’s extremely reliable too.
This two-seater provides sufficient passenger space and supportive seats, enabling both occupants to travel in comfort. The interior environment is made even more enjoyable by the standard inclusion of electric windows and climate control. A sound system, with six-CD changer, is featured too, and some models also come with satellite navigation. Standard safety features include Electronic Stability Control and front, side and curtain airbags.
The vehicle was originally installed with a 3.5-litre V6 engine which produces 280bhp, 363Nm of torque and 0-60mph in a little over six seconds. From 2005 onwards, freshly built models were fitted with a 300bhp unit, which became the vehicle’s standard source of power, delivering slightly quicker acceleration. In 2007, power output was upped to 313bhp.
The 350Z has been described by Auto Express as “one of our favourite coupés”, and previously owned examples can be found now through AutoVolo. Scroll down to find which 350Z variants are available in your local area.