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2005 Nissan 350Z Overview

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Trims

Anniversary Edition
Avg. Price: $15,403
Base
8 national listings
Avg. Price: $11,631
Enthusiast
Avg. Price: $13,589
Enthusiast Roadster
Avg. Price: $14,878
Grand Touring Roadster
Avg. Price: $15,954
Performance
Avg. Price: $12,801
Touring
Avg. Price: $14,130
Touring Roadster
Avg. Price: $15,443
Track
Avg. Price: $14,268

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 48 reviews

Best Price/performance Ratio On Market If You Love Sportscars! by Timo
 — You get 280/300 or 313hp (depending on year) compared to same hp of a Cayman S..but 20000 EUR cheaper! OK, its still not a Porsche and the middle-engine Cayman is a class of it's own. BUT - the Cayman... Read More
It's A Neck Twister! by tony_rolla
 — Perfomance- Acceleration is a blast, not the Brembo brakes so braking takes a little more than prefered, handling is excellent but would go more for s2000 rail type handling. Build quality- Has never ... Read More
2005 Nissan 350z by RuthAnn
 — Love my Z Car. Great performance, fun to drive and looks great. I little hard to see traffic on the sides of the car - really bad blind spots on each side of the car. But I'm super short so that ca... Read More

2005 Nissan 350Z Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 48 reviews

2005 Nissan 350Z

The Nissan 350Z saw a few changes for 2005, including standard tire pressure monitors across the board and a more powerful engine in some models. In addition, Nissan released the Anniversary Edition, celebrating 35 years of Z cars, and another new trim, the Grand Touring edition.  

The 2005 350Z came in seven separate trims, with a few of those available as convertibles. The trims include the base model, the Enthusiast and Enthusiast convertible, the Anniversary Edition, the Touring and Touring convertible, the Grand Touring convertible, the Track, and the Performance. The entire lineup shares a 3.5-liter V6, but while the base, Enthusiast, Touring, and Performance models retained the old 287 horsepower, the Aniversary, Grand Touring, and Track models upgraded to 300 hp. Fuel economy for all models is about 20/26 mpg.

The 2005 350Z has many fans, who like the car's looks, handling, and performance, as well as the fact that it is quite affordable considering all the true-sportscar features it comes with. One frequent complaint is the poor rear visibility. Other drivers complain that the ride is bumpy, but many contend that is par for the course with a sports car.

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Nissan 350Z Questions

NancyG
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Hatch Is Getting Very Difficult With Remote & No Longer Can Open Manually.

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ricco
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2005 350z After Market Turbo Need Mechanic

need mechanic in lake worth fl

61 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)
jamidennis
0

First Time Buyer Needing Advice.

Okay, so I currently own a 1997 Dodge Stratus that I bought quickly after a bad wreck, paid $1750 for the car, and have spent more in repairs. It's trying to die again, and it's time for a new car. On...

144 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
TreeFiddy
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Can You Adjust The Front Camber On A 2005 350z?

I have had some dealers say no, some say yes. Tire stores aren't any help. I'm just trying to find out if it's possible so I can tell these people how to do their jobs, which is quite irritating, but ...

542 views with 2 answers (last answer 6 years ago)