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2016 Nissan 370Z Walk Around


Coupe or Roadster, the 370Z looks good. An aggressive nose sweeps toward a sleek windshield and short cabin, then tapering to a snub rear end. It’s got the lines of a modern wide-track sport coupe, and also the classic Z shape of cabin rearward. It’s sensual and muscular. The Roadster even more so, with the top down.

The NISMO enhances the Z’s styling with cool wings and flares. It’s about the aerodynamics, says Nissan.

Interior

The seating is slung comfortably low and snug. If you need your sports car seats to have power adjustment and air-cooled ventilation, it is available. The seats are supportive and comfortable, and the cabin is focused, pleasing, and functional. The materials are almost premium on the top trim models. The switches are solid and the leather is supple.

The Roadster soft top goes up and down quickly with a power button. It’s a bit louder inside, and some trunk space is lost, but everyone knows that. It’s not the best top in the lot.

The 370Z is noisy inside from the engine, suspension, tires and wind. Some might not mind the engine noise one bit, as that 3.7-liter engine has an iconic sound. Still it might be heard as more mechanical than mellifluous. So on all models but the base, there is a Bose noise-cancellation system.

Love those Recaro seats in the NISMO.

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