2006 Nissan 350Z Overview


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Avg. Price: $11,941
Avg. Price: $13,061
Enthusiast Roadster
Avg. Price: $13,862
Grand Touring
Avg. Price: $14,120
Grand Touring Roadster
Avg. Price: $15,308
Avg. Price: $13,268
Touring Roadster
Avg. Price: $14,613
Avg. Price: $14,319

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 58 reviews

Grand Touring Trim Makes This Car by Paul
 — As a car guru and major enthusiast, my 350Z GT is by far the most incredible car I have owned (or even driven). For some people the car is ugly, lacks any real styling, but until you have seen a Gran... Read More
Nissan Z by Julien
 — Best ( Real ) Sports car you can get for a ( Little ) $ !!! 2 Doors, 2 Seats, Solid engine, RWD, JDM = Fun !!! 350Z or Z33 from Nissan are one of the rare pure jdm sports car on the market still and ... Read More
Fun Fast Sexy by Lizzy
 — Awesome handling. Quick acceleration. Brembo brakes perform wonderfully, albeit extremely expensive to repair. Surprisingly few squeaks and rattles, though their is a lot of wind noise through the win... Read More

2006 Nissan 350Z Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 58 reviews

2006 Nissan 350Z

The 2006 Nissan 350Z saw a number of important changes in 2006, namely the inclusion of the larger engine in more models. Available in only a few trims the year before, the 300 horsepower engine was made available in all models with manual transmission for 2006. The front end was remodeled, 18-inch wheels were offered across the board, and brakes were improved.
There are plenty of 2006 350Zs to choose from: Nissan offered eight different trims, which included five coupes and three convertibles. The Enthusiast was the best seller, and the Grand Touring was the most fully-loaded. Other offerings included the base model, the luxurious Touring, and the sporty Track. The manual transmission got the 3.5-liter, 300-horsepower V6, and the automatic got the old 287-horsepower engine.
Drivers are very enthusiastic about the 2005 350Z, saying they like the car's handling, acceleration, and appearance. Some drivers feel the inside materials are of poor quality, and there are a few gripes about the size of the cupholders.


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