Nissan 2017 370ZBase 2dr Rear-wheel Drive Coupe

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Stock No:8744
Odometer :13,800 km 
VIN:JN1AZ4EH1HM954845
Condition:Used
Exterior:Black
Interior:Black
Transmission:Manual
Engine:3.7L
Cylinders:6
Doors:2
Seats:2
Fuel Type:Premium unleaded
Drive Type:Rear-wheel Drive
Fuel (L/100km):City 13.3Hwy 9.3
The 370Z is also notable for more than just its dynamic talents. Surprisingly, the interior is luxurious and the ride is comfortable, so long road trips are possible.
- Edmunds.com
Installed Features & Equipment
  • 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Bluetooth
  • Bucket Seats
  • Cruise Control
  • Cup Holders
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Interval Wipers
  • Keyless Entry
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
  • Rear Defroster
  • Rear Wheel Drive
  • Security Alarm
  • Tilt Steering
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Introduction

The Nissan 370Z is an icon.Name another sports car that was a sensation from the gate, nearly 50 years ago, and is still around in a shapely form that's true to the spirited original.Plus, there is now a muscular roadster.Only the Porsche 911 can boast a deeper heritage.What's more, today it's uncommonly pure to performance, and not that expensive.It offers a lot of value in sports car performance.

The 2017 Nissan 370Z continues on that steadfast path of improving the car without changing its character.Its engine is mounted rearward to sharpen balance and handling.Its rear-wheel drive is a kick in the pants.There is a way-fun 6-speed manual gearbox, or paddleshifting 7-speed automatic, both transmissions with downshift blipping.

The 370Z features a strong V6 with its own deep heritage.This version is 3.7 liters and makes 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, while there's a Nismo coupe version that makes 350 hp.

With the 7-speed automatic, the 370Z gets an EPA-estimated 21 miles per gallon Combined city and highway.

Lineup

The 2017 Nissan 370Z is available in coupe and roadster versions.There's also a Nismo-tuned coupe.

Safety features include front and side airbags, anti-lock brakes, and traction control, but not much else.There are also active head restraints and pre-tension seatbelts.

It comes as a base model, Sport, Sport Tech, and Touring for the coupe; Touring and Touring Sport for the convertible; base and Tech for the Nismo.None of the trims can be customized from the factory, although dealer options can be added, for example an aero kit.For 2017, the coupe and convertible come in a new color, bright Chicane Yellow, though the 370Z is rarely a rolling chicane.

Walkaround

The coupe, roadster and Nismo share lines.The coupe has aggressive details that aren't overstated.The convertible looks muscular with the power top down, while still looking sleek and sporty with the top up.The Nismo has different trim, but it's not like many sports cars, where the high-performance model gets wings and flares.

Interior

The cabin is simple, functional, and pleasing, designed to be purposeful.The materials and are premium, one step shy of luxury.The leathers, upholstery and switches feel durable and supple.But you won't confuse the cabin for a Mercedes SL.

The four-way power seats are low and snug, with decent padding that's comfortable for many body types.Still, the fairly stiff ride will get you.The seats are heated and cooled on upper models.

The power convertible top is quick to use, but it lets wind noise into the cabin when it's up, and takes up trunk space (as they all do) when it's down.It's the nature of a soft top.

The standard wide tires are loud in the cabin.So is the engine, even with the noise-canceling system that's standard on all models except base.Some engines we want to hear at full song, but the aging V6 in the 370Z is less mellifluous than it used to be.

Forward visibility is good but rearward three-quarters not so good, on account of thick pillars in the coupe and roadster.That worrisome blind spot, looking over your shoulder when pulling onto the highway at an angle, can't be helped.However a rearview camera is standard on all models except base.

Driving Impression

The 370Z offers excellent driving dynamics and mostly excellent ride quality.It's nimble as well as powerful, well done.However it has a slightly dull steering feel and there's not much communication between road and wheel.It's still rewarding and engaging to drive hard.

The 332-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 isn't as refined as some rivals and doesn't sound sweet at full song.It's Nissan's well-worn VQ engine series, more reliable than the previous 3.5-liter but also more mechanical sounding.

Both transmissions are slick and respectable.We like the 6-speed manual for its short, stiff throws between gears.Rev-matching downshifting eliminates heel-and-toe, and unlike heel-and-toe gets the throttle blip right every time.The paddleshifting automatic also does the blip, and with an automatic it's all good because it doesn't take away anything, from the driver.

Summary

We suggest a good long test drive in the 370Z, before you buy.If you like the engine and dynamics, buy it.There are no dealbreakers with this car except it might not grab you.

Sam Moses contributed to this review, with staff reports by The Car Connection.
Vehicle Location
S.A.S.S. AUTO GROUP
50 Malcom Rd
Guelph, Ontario N1K-1A9
519-822-2277
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2017 Nissan 370Z Base, Guelph, Ontario

S.A.S.S. AUTO GROUP, 50 Malcom Rd, Guelph, Ontario N1K-1A9

Contact Information

S.A.S.S. Auto Group

50 Malcolm Road A, Guelph, Ontario N1K 1A9
Tel. No.: 519.822.2277

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