Nissan 350Z Experts

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Nissan 350Z Model Overview

Nissan 350Z Questions


A Dealer Won't Respond Through This Website

I have tried to contact a dealer through this website (their email/phone is not posted) a few times without any response. Is there any way I can get in touch with them through a different means?

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350z Model Confusion

I recently bought 350z 2003. It's A/T transmission power seats,seat heating and traction but it does not have lsd and cruise cotrol so am confused here which model is this Enthusiasti,Base,touring...

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Matthew Beaber

2003 350z Driver Window Problem

Well I had to.jump my car the other day and then this happened I get in my car and hit the button to.roll the window down a little bit and it rolls all the way down then I try to roll it back up an...

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Limp Mode

I have 350 z 2003 auto,bought 2004 engine and put in 2003 now after one min engine goes into lips mode report drops down and cannit drive it more them 10 mph can any one give me advice ,,and the e...

30 views with 8 answers (last answer 3 months ago)
Jomon Johny

I Had 13 Ppl Interested In My Car, Non Of Them Got My Reply Email .!

i had 13 ppl interested in my car, non of them got my reply email .!

16 views with 1 answer (last answer 5 months ago)

About the Nissan 350Z

The release of the Nissan 350Z in 2002 marked the launch of the fifth generation of Nissan's popular Z-car series. Z-cars are noted for their good looks and power while still remaining affordable.

The previous Z-car run had ended in 1996, so for many years Nissan had no sports car in its lineup. The 350Z was an important part in Nissan's reemergence from near-bankruptcy, signaling a renewed interest in producing performance cars and not just boring sedans.

The 350Z's styling is notably different from its predecessors, featuring a more rounded look. Nissan's tuning division, Nismo, produced a performance model with a longer nose that harkens back to the Z's of the past. It is available in several trims and as a convertible.

The 350Z's competitors are the Mazda RX-8 and the Mitsubishi Eclipse.