2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster
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- Great handling, good power at all RPMS, great looks, reliable,...and girls like it :)
- could be a bit lighter, interior could be a bit more sophistcated, very little trunk space
Definetly the best sports car for the money. Only thing close is an S2000 with has more aglity but less power (roomate has one), but if your more than 6'0 or 200 pounds the interior of the s2000 is a bit small. Ride is a bit harsh (its a sports car, you want soft ride by a caddy) but not at all bad, nothing like a corvette, which feels like a loud earthquake. Good power at all speed, but very good at mid range. Car is also easy to work on, body work is excellent, even 03s bodywork holds up, unlike a lot of older hondas or chevy with bumper and headlight speration. Top works very well. Interior is kinda plain, not ugly, just a bit boring, however its very similar to older model Z, given it a vintage-ish look. Low cabin noise up to 130 mph, even at 160 its sill pretty quite, even for a rag top.
Handling is excellent, will out-corner almost any Japanese car, and all american sport/muscle cars, new or old. I would not recomend it for 50+ age set due to ride harshness (once again, sports car) but for anyone else, its a great car...read morehide
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- long wheelbase makes ride excellent for its tight suspension, feels solid.
- Cannot think of a ligitimate complaint.
Great looks, performance is as expected, shifts smoothly. I'm 6'1'' and have great leg room. The power driver seat is excellent and the location of the control is very convenient. There is so much leg room that I move the seat up in traffic to more easily reach the clutch and back on the open highway. Surges from 60 to 80 mph in 6th gear....read morehide
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