2004 Nissan 350Z Overview


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Avg. Price: $9,347
Avg. Price: $10,030
Enthusiast Roadster
Avg. Price: $10,536
Avg. Price: $10,198
Avg. Price: $10,870
Touring Roadster
Avg. Price: $11,235
Avg. Price: $10,561

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4.65 stars

Based on 52 reviews

My Randevou With 350z by Andy
 — Hmm... 350z is replacing 300z The Japanese called Z-to is mean the Z. The car is very tail happy and lively. That why is the first choise for all the drifter over japan. A lot of the big manufacture o... Read More
What Can I Say...its A Z. 30k Sports Car That Looks Like It Costs 100k. by Melvin
 — well when i saw the Z on the streets i was like the car looks nice, but the g35 appealed to me more. then i went to try to test drive a g but the salesman wouldn't let me until i buy it so i gave him ... Read More
350z by Dann
 — This car absolutely shoots off of the line. It doesnt just turn head, it makes people stare when you drive past them. It is so much fun to whip around corners and know that your car grips the road so ... Read More

2004 Nissan 350Z Overview

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Based on 51 reviews

2004 Nissan 350Z

For 2004, Nissan added a much anticipated convertible to the lineup of their 350Z, billing the new model as "a little piece of heaven." Other than this new addition, the 350Z, just introduced the previous year, stayed much the same.

The 2004 350Z came in five trims: the base model, the Enthusiast, the Touring, the Track, and the Performance. The Touring and Enthusiast are both available as a convertible. All share a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 287 horsepower, which gets about 20/26 mpg. Aside from wheel and tire size, the five models are all identical appearance-wise, with the difference in amenities and performance. The Touring is the most luxurious option, and the Track is the most aggressive.

Owners of the 2004 350Z are very enthusiastic about the car's looks, performance, and handling. Those who own the convertible say it is very easy to open the top. Some drivers have had problems with alignment and excessive tire wear.


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Nissan 350Z Questions


Automatic Gear Shifter Lights Are Not On

the gear shifter lights are not on, the bulb is not burnt cuz it has turned on a couple times for like a minute in a year that I have had it

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350z Loses All Power

Trc,abs,slip lights all on btw so as soon as I jump into the car and drive it 20m engin light comes on and car loses all power and won't rev over 2k and takes about 3s to rev to 2k as well sluggis...

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