how come they went from a nissan 350z to a nissan 375z ? (its my fave car)

Asked by Oct 24, 2009 at 12:37 PM about the Nissan 350Z

Question type: General

Im not sure they went straight from 350 to 375 ...
but why do they go by 25's?
but then i sa that it was a 370 online... why is that?

5 Answers

It is the Nissan 370Z.

oh k thanks but then why do they go by 20's?

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Have you ever noticed how the number relates to engine size? 350Z had the 3.5L now the new 370Z has the new 3.7L? Lexus & Infiniti do it with thier cars too. i.e... Lexus is300-3.0L v6, Infiniti Q45-4.5 v8

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i was about to tell you something different till i seen your a chick, but rachel you should look into nissan and all sport cars before you jump into them, 350z is 3.5 liter and the 370 is 3.7 liter if you ask me the 350 is way nicer and we should keep that model going strong, good lookin girls like you look damn good behind the wheel of a nissan 350, get one!!!!!

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Was about to answer myself as I drive a 350Z... but seems you guys have it covered. For me the 350Z is far better looking and better all round as a whole. Highly recommend it.

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