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Nissan 350Z

Nissan 350Z


Nissan announced the availability and pricing of the revised 2007 Nissan 350Z and Nissan 350Z Roadster. Both feature a number of enhancements – highlighted by a new, more powerful, next-generation 3.5-liter V6 engine and a new front end appearance. In addition, 350Z Coupe Touring and Grand Touring models receive standard Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone System with steering wheel-mounted controls. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2007 Nissan 350Z Nissan 350Z increases only $250 from (...)
Have you believed that for a car that has a great top speed you have to pay millions of dollars? Well no, you are wrong! You can buy a car with a very good top speed and pay between $25000 and $30000. Ties were settled first by quarter-mile time, then by which was quicker to the highest speed both cars achieved (usually 120 or 130 mph), in that order. Most cars at this price point offer basic luxury or at least decent amenities and looks in addition to speed, as buck-banger boy-racer (...)

In late 2003, we suffered the fate of a torrential rainfall that put our beloved shop under four feet of water ( Flood). It almost wiped us out entirely. Without flood insurance, we were forced with the decision weather to open our doors again. Several customer cars were destroyed as well as our shop RX-7 and GSX.

Why would anyone have the pleasure of making something funny from a tortured car? And why every time a galley is done the model has to be blonde? You probably see part of this images, but now you can see the entire gallery! Poor 350Z, look how it ends up, both interior and exterior. There are some persons that need to know that phone were invented and when you do things like this you just call for help and don’t destroy a (...)

At Los Angeles Auto Show, next to all-new Sentra SE-R and Altima coupe, Nissan Nissan presented a preview for the 2007 350Z. It will use the same engine as the all-new Infiniti G35 and produce 306 hp. The 306 hp output for the 2007 350Z means 17 - 20 hp more than the 2006’s actual output. The new Nissan 350Z Nissan 350Z is not expected to debut earlier than 2008, and will get the same treatment the G35 (...)
Source: Blogs Cars

The Nissan Nissan 350Z has added another award to its bulging trophy cabinet by picking up the gong for Japanese Performance Car of the Year for 2007, announced in the December issue (on sale now). Beating off competition from rivals including the Mazda RX-8, the Mistubishi Evo IX and the Subaru Subaru Impreza, the 350Z was praised for its “stunning looks, equipment levels and value for money.” Chris Rees, Editor of Japanese Performance Car described why the 350Z took the crown: “The Nissan 350Z Nissan 350Z sums up (...)

Nissan has created a limited edition of the 350Z. With a supercharged engine, the GT-S will go on sale later this year. The supercharger can be switched on and off with a dash-mounted button. Buyers will have to pay $67000 for this super Z. Also the next-generation Micra is already on the drawing board ready for 2009 and a new Cube supermini-MPV is also expected.
Source: AutoExpress

Nissan is preparing an evolutionary design for the 2009 350Z, a design that softens some of the harder edges of the current model. One of the biggest changes will be a wider track, that will necessitate extended wheel flares front and rear. The front will get a slimmer look, with a less upright airdam and smaller headlight clusters. Mechanically the 2009 350Z is not expected to change much. It will be powered by the same V6 engine, probably with a bigger output, somewhere arround 325hp. (...)
Source: Inside Line
Do you think that one of the most beautiful things in the world can become more beautiful? Well let me tell you that yes! A Nissan Nissan 350Z more beautiful than ever: tuned by DAMD! The body kit it is inspired from the Aston Martin design but fair enough not to look cheap and appear as a simple "copy". The 350Z BLACK X METAL has its own personality thanks to beautifuly made rims (designed by DAMD), unique leather interior and Lamborghini (...)

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