Auto Review: Nissan 370Z Touring Review

The 2010 Nissan 370Z Touring is the sports car of sports cars. It features a nice convertible body type with a 6-speed manual transmission and gets 18 miles to the gallon in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.

The 2009 model, the first after replacing the Nissan 350Z, featured a 7-speed automatic transmission and 2-door body style.

Both year models showcase the GAS V6 3.7 liter engine so you get power, comfortability and speed all rolled into one package. It also comes in a variety of colors from Pearl White to several shades of Metallic and even Monterrey Blue, just to name a few.

The Nissan 370Z Touring is available in several variations with options for automatic or manual transmission as well as Roadster or Coupe. Some of the features available include:

  • Dual chrome-tipped exhaust tailpipes
  • Double wishbone front suspension
  • Micro-finished crankshaft & camshaft
  • 18″ 5-spoke aluminum wheels
  • Fender-mounted Z emblems & side markers
  • 8-way manually adjustable driver seat
  • Automatic climate control

Pricing starts at just over $34,000, which is a bargain price as sports cars go. With options like carpeted floor mats, 4-piece splash guards and illuminated kick plates, the price can up a little bit further. But the safety features are quite nice – anti-lock brakes, side impact airbags, energy absorbing steering column and even vehicle dynamic control.

The 2010 Nissan 370Z Touring is a huge improvement over the 350Z coupe it replaced. The 2010 model is only slightly better than the 2009 model, but there are some noted differences. Even a slight improvement is still an improvement. But as sports cars go, Nissan has built a solid set of wheels with excellent torque and nice horsepower.