2012 Nissan 370Z
46,580 Miles
$19,998

Cleveland, OH
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2012 Nissan 370Z
21,105 Miles
$21,998

Wichita, KS
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2012 Nissan 370Z
50,987 Miles
$21,599

Virginia Beach, VA
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2012 Nissan 370Z
94,006 Miles
$13,800

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2012 Nissan 370Z
44,711 Miles
$19,600

Augusta, GA
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2012 Nissan 370Z
64,655 Miles
$23,400

Bohemia, NY
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2012 Nissan 370Z
41,540 Miles
$18,990

Feasterville Trevose, PA
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2012 Nissan 370Z
28,103 Miles
$18,579

Norman, OK
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2012 Nissan 370Z
68,501 Miles
$22,455

Fife, WA
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2012 Nissan 370Z
62,162 Miles
$18,998

Leesburg, FL
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2012 Nissan 370Z
42,400 Miles
$20,485

Concord, NC
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2012 Nissan 370Z
51,552 Miles
$19,995

Honolulu, HI
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2012 Nissan 370Z
69,903 Miles
$17,888

Bowling Green, KY
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2012 Nissan 370Z
71,956 Miles
$15,700

Clearwater, FL
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2012 Nissan 370Z
44,450 Miles
$18,994

Kokomo, IN
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2012 Nissan 370Z
42,779 Miles
$21,900

Wexford, PA
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2012 Nissan 370Z
46,445 Miles
$22,700

Cincinnati, OH
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2012 Nissan 370Z
45,688 Miles
$18,999

Spartanburg, SC
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2012 Nissan 370Z Buyer's Guide

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5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
4.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

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2012 Nissan 370Z - Completely satisfied.

370Z Owner
Granville South, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
Though the 370Z holds up the bottom of our sports car rankings, it's not a bad car. Just think of it as a car with a very specific mission. It boasts old-school, coarse driving dynamics that forge a connection between driver and road. The tradeoff is a rough ride, an outdated cabin design, and few features. You should buy a new Nissan 370Z if you salivate over the Nissan GT-R but can't afford its six-figure price tag. Although the Z provides a raw experience behind the wheel, you may find it too rough for daily driving. There are several other sports and muscle cars that deliver thrilling performance, albeit with modern aides that eschew the 370Z's old-school dynamics. If you need something with back seats, check out see the Ford Mustang. Look to the Audi TT for fresher technology.
Story
No good story to tell besides the ones where wherever you go, people can't stop staring at your car.
Pros
The 3.7-liter V6 engine powering the 370Z feels almost as authoritative as a V8. It comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission, and the available SynchroRev Match system does an excellent job adjusting the throttle for a cleaner shift. A seven-speed automatic transmission is available. The Nismo Tech edition (which has the same size engine and same transmission options) raises the horsepower rating from 332 to 350.
Cons
The 2018 370Z is one of the most expensive models in our sports car rankings. The Nissan 370Z coupe starts at $29,990 and tops out at $39,590 for the Touring trim. The 370Z roadster comes in three trim levels, with starting prices ranging from $41,820 to $49,400. Expect to pay $45,690 or more for the performance-oriented Nissan 370Z Nismo Tech.

2012 Nissan 370Z - Really fun car

Johnny
Kathleen, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I got the Nissan 370z a few years ago and I couldn't be more happier with it. It runs like a Porsche only way cheaper and a lot easier and cheaper to maintain and repair. It's very fast. I have beaten corvette's in my Nissan and the 370z is a lot cheaper. It has n amazing sound to it when it idles and when it opens up it purrs like a kitten. The shifting is very smooth. The seats come heated which makes it amazing for those winter mornings. It has decent storage space for a sports car and it gets OK mpg. The handling is amazing and the acceleration is breathtaking. This car will stick to the road like glue going very fast. Insurance isn't to bad on it but being a sports car it can get a little pricey. The storage is decent but if your shopping for more than 1 person it could get a litt... (more)
Story
Not sure how fun it was but the first day I drove it I got a speeding ticket.I always tell people that's how your supposed to break in a sports car.
Pros
Looks Handling Speed Price in comparison to other cars in its class
Cons
Back seats Insurance costs Winter driving Trunk space.

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