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Obviously if you are here, you are either a Z-car fan or at least thinking of becoming one.  You are probably at least interested in Nissans latest entry into the affordable sports car market, the 370Z.  The Nissan 370Z is the latest iteration of the Z car, the seventh generation in fact, of a long line of models starting with the 240Z back in 1970.  Most of these Z's were inspired classics with a proud heritage of excellence in motorsports and sporting value for the dollar.  Some iterations of the Z were also gifted with world class, industry-changing performance as well.

The new 370Z or chassis code Z34 looks to us like it will be another industry leader.  From our Southern California office, which is literally just across the 110 freeway from Nissans old Gardena Headquarters, we have been watching the development of the 370Z for the past three years and some months.  We had spotted what looked like undisguised 350Z's driving around at night with manufactures plates.  What caught our eye was that something didn't look quite right with these seemingly innocuous 350's, a closer look revealed that these 350Zs were smaller, like a 7/8s scale 350's or about the size of an S15 Silvia.  They also sported bulged hoods and slightly flared fenders.  We weren't sure what Nissan was up to but we eagerly waited for whatever new vehicle was to come from these mules. 

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# L-CON1
Wednesday, January 21, 2009 10:39 PM

# 7_p_a_l_o
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 3:12 AM
not bad at all the new 370,but i still like better my 05" 350z
Dave Coleman
# Dave Coleman
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 6:45 AM
# Moniluv
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 11:23 PM
Hello to the site........hope to learn more about my new car! I love it sooooooooo much!
# Jay370Z
Sunday, January 23, 2011 6:58 AM
sup fellas new to the site! I have a 2010 limited edition 370Z and would like to see what else I can do to it!
# Stanger96
Saturday, April 30, 2011 11:12 PM
Does anyone know if the 6 disk changer is standard plug and play after removing the cheap head unit? Other than satelite antenna.
snake pong
# snake pong
Monday, September 03, 2012 4:35 AM
Hi everyone I'am also new in this forum, and very happy with my new 370z.would like to know also how to improve the speed of my car. I'just want it to have at least 500 horsepower, still be able to drive it in another state without harming the stock engine and suspension. what's the pro's and con's?can somebody help me in this matter.

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