If the listing is updated here on mct, the photo will automatically show the updates in all the forums where it's posted. It zips in and out of traffic very nicely. The performance is dependable and the speed picks up with just a tiny bit of pressure that can push you back in your seat like you're driving a high horse power dragster! I love the digital speedometer also. The car is easy to race tune, there are so many third party parts and official mods that you can get to increase the power and make the car faster. The car overall is very small but not in a puny way.
Great condition Nissan 350Z Touring Convertible! But as I mentioned earlier the reason why I bought it was not just for its looks, it was its handling. It has so much power but is so easy to control, it glues itself to the road and can corner on a dime. The engine has held up over time, I've never had a transmission problem or any other major failure. The car can get uncomfortable over long journeys as the seats are not really built for comfort, more of a styling. This is the third Nissan 350z I have owned in my life. Nissan sets these cars up with way too much negative camber in order to get great road performance out of them. The car is also very fast, one of the fastest cars I have ever owned and with a lit.
The Clutch can take a little getting used to, but give it a little gas and this thing will punch your colon. The body styling is beautiful, it rides low and has wonderful curves, especially the rear panels. Now I'm in California and it's not a problem so much expect when it rains and the car tends to slide. It zips in and out of traffic very nicely. Whether insuring a priceless historical vehicle or a weekend cruiser, no one knows more about insuring collector cars then Grundy. I drove this car in Nebraska and when it snows, the car was barely drivable due to the fact that it is rear wheel drive and has a low center of gravity.
Also the clear coat is completely gone on both side mirrors. I'm selling my modded 2004 Nissan 350Z. The Rebirth of the Z, I think nissan did a real good job making this a comfortable ride for the driver and passenger, for car like this, the ride is actually pretty smooth, not as rough as other cars in it's level. It has fast acceleration, lots of torque, and can brake very quickly. So don't miss your chance to own this amazing vehicle.
Every policy offers Agreed Value, Unlimited Mileage, No Deductible, Towing and Labor, Spare Parts Coverage and the flexibility of using the Repair Shop of Your Choice. This car is an absolute joy to drive. For the price, it's unbeatable. The engine has held up over time, I've never had a transmission problem or any other major failure. The trunk is tiny, but again, is expected with a convertible.
Lots of extras included such as xenon lights, heated seats, centre console gauges, brembo breaks. It's low maintenance and reliable, I've had mine for 10 years and 138,000 miles and still hasn't had anything other than the maintenance schedule! The rear wheel drive is also perfect for drifting. . The turn radius is very tight. The 350z is just as high quality and performance driven as the first Z. The Z cars are all classics. Came in to see a Lancer Evolution and was told if I was serious about purchasing the vehicle I should put down a reserve and then go to the bank and get a loan.
For instance it is very plastic but almost a cheap plastic. The build quality is unbelievable, I have 77,000 miles on my car and yet it drives like it did when I had a couple of thousand miles on the clock. It is sporty looking as well as sporty feeling. The cabin is very loud at high speeds, which all convertibles are. The cabin is very loud at high speeds, which all convertibles are. I hope you will love this car as much as I have.
Comes in a beautiful Black exterior with New convertible Top added in 2014, complimented by a near perfect Black Leather interior. I was told afterwards if I had not put a reserve down on the vehicle someone would have definitely bought it, if you come and see a vehicle at this location that you are serious about buying I would 100% put a reserve down before getting a loan because these people are trustworthy. I love driving my Nissan 350z, it is so beautiful and powerful and I am sad to have to sell it. The look of smooth rounded lines is still relevant today. Gas mileage is not great but not terrible for a car with that much power. I drive the car from Nebraska to Chicago.
I have have had both a knee replacement and a hip replacement and I need to sell the car. I did it this way because the image auto updates so if I change price etc, it updates in all the forums where the cars posted. Also the clear coat is completely gone on both side mirrors. For the price, it's unbeatable. There were some trim problems with my year model specifically. The interior is a little cheap looking and can wear pretty easily. The car overall is very small but not in a puny way.
It was a fun journey and I really got to open up the car on the long highways and hearing the engine roar when going through long tunnels was a sound I will never forget. It does have pretty bad blind spots, but all convertibles do. It can take turns like a champ, at the same time I feel very safe in it. The interior is a little cheap looking and can wear pretty easily. It has a Bose stereo system that is awesome! Being a two seater there is not much room for you stuff or other people. Engine will run forever if taken care of properly. The tires can be a bit of a pain, since the back two are larger than the front two, although I like the look that it gives the car.