2005 Nissan 350Z Top Comparisons

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    2005 Nissan 350Z PerformanceReview
    Edward writes:
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    350z — It's actually my dad's car but anyways... The car is abosolutely fantastic on acceleration as a 6 speed, you really get a good drive out of this car. The car is topped out from the dealership so it has all the performance body parts. It sold for about $45k which is decently priced. Absolutely love this car, took it on prom and it got countless looks all day/night.

    Pros: Speed, manueveribility, affordable

    Cons: limited parts

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    2005 Nissan 350Z EnthusiastReview
    Gene writes:
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    Fairlady Z Nuff Said — 287 BHP outta the factory, can't complain there. It has very nice acceleration 0 - 60 in 5.3 (average). It looks beautiful on the outside with a drivers cockpit on the inside :) Gas is just below a normal 4 banger sedan and almost equivalent to a V6 sedan. Not much work is needed on Nissan's because they're well built. Super fun to drive!

    Pros: Sleek and Spiffy with lots of history :) My Standard

    Cons: Not the lightest car in the world.

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    2005 Nissan 350Z BaseReview
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    2005 Nissan 350z — 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 can be a real problem for me. The six speed is fun to drive but firs gear is really short - sometimes I just start out in second to avoid the issue. These are just minor problems for me and not at all enough to not drive my baby. I love to drive this car.

    Pros: Performance, looks and fun factor

    Cons: Bad blind spots on each side.  

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    2005 Nissan 350Z Anniversary EditionReview
    Mohamed1694 writes:
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    350z — I love my 350z it's the bomb. I like the way it handels and the way it accelarates. It's a bit pricy when it comes to getting parts. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a little more out of a sports car.

    Pros: Fast

    Cons: Costly

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    2005 Nissan 350Z EnthusiastReview
    Mike writes:
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    Fun Car, But Too Fun? — i love driving the car, and its a nice looking car too. lack of storage space andno back seats...only drawbacks.

    Pros: fast, fun to drive

    Cons: no back seat, not the safest car either

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    2005 Nissan 350Z Anniversary EditionReview
    Thomas writes:
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    Best Car Ever!!! — Handling was amazing. Clutch and transmission were top notch also. There was also enough room for a 6'1 guys to drive comfortably. Acceleration was good, not great. Beautiful color; Ultra Yellow

    Pros: High performance but still civil

    Cons: Price. Over $40,000

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    2005 Nissan 350Z PerformanceReview
    Azlina writes:
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    Nice Car — Love the sound of the engine as I stepped on the accelerator. Handling was good.

    Pros: Fast, smooth ride

    Cons: Not much leg room if you're tall

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    2005 Nissan 350Z Anniversary EditionReview
    Ben writes:
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    Limp-wristed Need Not Apply — This is a proper sports car. Barrel-chested V6 up front, 6-speeds in the middle (Unless you're a poser), and the driving wheels at the back. The engine feels healthy and flexible and gives you loads of smooth, buttery torque, even at 30mph in 6th. The transmission is loud and a bit vague, and the clutch feels too light for such a brutish car, but the changing action is positive and you don't get the sense of being over-synchroed. Rev matching isn't necessary but still satisfying, through the extremely sensitive throttle pedal needs some finesse. The weighted controls make it really seem like you're man-handling it when you drive it hard. The steering is especially heavy around town but lightens considerably when you load up the front tires. Electronic interference keeps you out of a hedge in the rain but is easily turned off when you want to go sideways through the gates of hell, on fire. Summary: This is a man's car.

    Pros: Waves of torque, benign handling, Brembo's haul down hard and are easily modulated, heated seats during NY winters.

    Cons: Reversing is an act of faith, exhaust note is more acoustic trickery than engineering finesse, every guido wants to take a picture of it with his cell phone.

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    2005 Nissan 350ZReview
    Timo writes:
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    Best Price/performance Ratio On Market If You Love Sportscars! — 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, the new AudiTT and the 350Z share the same general design..but the 350Z was the first of them. The rear of the 350Z is dirty and therefore know as one of the best drift-cars available... and I love it dirty! But anyway you may drive him safely (with ESP on) and relaxed as a daily car. But if you go to the edge it is definately more uncompromising than a Porsche which may drive every housewife with same speed. The 'Pack'-interiour comes along with great Bose-sound and 6CD-charger, Xenon, Speedcontrol etc.. no need to spend any extra dime..except GPS maybe.

    Pros: Best price/performance ratio I know! For a sportscar-coupe quite a nice trunk.

    Cons: I found none...

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    2005 Nissan 350Z TouringReview
    Henry writes:
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    Four Wheels Of Fun — A dream car for me. Nice V6 engine that is fast. The interior is plain and doesn't have the luxury feel, but then again, it is not a luxurious car - it is a sports car. No rear seat, unlike the G35. Again, it is a 2 seater sports car.

    Pros: Sleek, cool design.  Fast, and agile.  

    Cons: Two seater, no HOV drive ability, a little noisy inside - could use some more noise dampers.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2009 Nissan 350Z Reviews

    I Dont Know By Däni

    Performance - acceleration, braking, handling Build Quality - has it needed repairs? squeaks/rattles Appearance - both interior and exterior styling Cost of Ownership - gas mileage, maintenance Fun Fa... Read More

    Drafting Addict By Ashlen

    It is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 producing 306 horsepower and 268 pound-feet of torque!!! so for me the performance is just perfect..Fuel economy, top speed hovering around the 150-mph, Top-class dyn... Read More

    2008 Nissan 350Z Reviews

    Review By Henry

    The car is very nice and has a very good look and it is in the japanese domestic market Read More

    Review By Chris

    Im sold love everything about it.cant wait to pick it up Read More

    2007 Nissan 350Z Reviews

    Review By jlewis214

    Great value and very fun car in manual. Aside from the cheap interior plastic (very easy to scratch up) it’s one of the best value sport cars I can think of. Read More

    Best Overall Roadster For Fun, Speed, Style, And Money! By Fred

    Love Love Love the 350z Roadster! Truly a great body design that won't go away. This is what a roadster should feel like, so much fun to drive yet surprising reliable. Taking corners in this roadster ... Read More

    2006 Nissan 350Z Reviews

    Review By Damita

    Must be 10, 000 or less. Must be an automatic. Read More

    Review By GuruFSWXF

    I just like the little rascal I have a earlier model 1983 280ZX own one of these Read More

    2004 Nissan 350Z Reviews

    Review By Jdwins007

    Over priced been hit Left Rear & Something going on with Rt Front ? Read More

    Review By Fernando

    It is a d rivers car makes the road fun drives like a smooth race car Read More

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