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  • Nissan 370Z Review One of the most enjoyable cars you can drive Long live the Z

    06 November 2013

    We here at EFTM have experienced dozens of new cars in 2013, mostly all of them left us impressed with their respective virtues and abilities. But every now and then a manufacturer allows us access to some of their top shelf prime cuts of beef. With Nissan it starts with the 370Z Coupe.

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  • car advice

    370Z Coupe

    10 October 2012

    If you want to buy a powerful rear-wheel-drive Japanese sports coupe right now in Australia for less than $72,000, you have a simple choice: this, the Nissan 370Z.
    The Nissan 370Z continues a lineage that dates back to the Datsun 240Z of 1969.
    More than two years after the 370Z replaced the 350Z, the evolution of the muscular shape and aggressive stance continues to capture glances despite losing the biggest Nissan sports car headlines to its bigger brother, the Nissan GT-R.

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  • the motor report

    2011 Nissan 370Z Coupe Review

    16 September 2011

    A reversing camera, cargo blind, new mirrors and USB/iPod connectivity are now standard on the Nissan 370Z Coupe.
    Doesn’t sound like much of a change does it? Then again, in a car that’s as potent, lively and enjoyable as the 370Z, we’d argue that barely anything needed changing.

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