Tuesday, September 29, 2009

2010 Nissan 370Z Nismo

The 2010 Nissan 370z Nismo is not a car for everyone. It's a sports car that goes for specific enthusiasts of this type of vehicle which means the opinion in car community would certainly be divided. But apparently, Nissan doesn't care and it's a good thing because the 2010 Nissan 370Z Nismo is simply a car that pushes the limits of their driver - just what a sports car should be.

The controversy starts from the moment you lay your eyes on the vehicle. The bumpy front, combed roof and spoiler combination makes you want to think you're in a computer game. Add that fact that the 19-inch aluminum wheels, you've got yourself a very flashy sports car.

Inside, the car is simply for those who wanted speed. Coming in with black and red leather the car feels like - well, a sports car. The dashboard is dedicated for meters and an extra compartment for possible navigation system is included. Under the hood, the car is a souped up version of the 370z. The 3.70-liter VQ Engine bumps up the horsepower to 350 (18hp more) with torque at 276 lbs-feet (6lb-ft extra).

Last but not the least, the driving experience of 2010 Nissan 370Z Nismo is just simply amazing. The roar you experience in the vehicle simply tells their driver that the engine is not ok with regular speed. Coming with manual transmission, you'll be pushed to give more to the car as it will seem to constantly demand that your foot should be on the pedal. In short, the 2010 Nissan 370Z Nismo answers the call to what a sports car should be. Price starts at $39,130.


Saw this car being reviewed on BBC Top Gear tonight and it looked impressive on the track and almost like a modern twist on a Porsche.

It didn't seem to have the raw power of a Skyline but still seemed quite impressive.

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