2019 Nissan 370Z Roadster
One of the older models from the Nissan clan, the 370Z Roadster has undergone wealth upgrades and changes as it enters the 2018-2019 market. But is it any better with these changes and is it the right car for you? Let’s find out.
Similar to the 350Z The new 370Z Roadster is very similar to the 350Z convertible in terms of looks. The 370Z Roadster is just as curved and rounded in shape as its cousin, albeit a bit shorter and wider. The roof is much longer than the 350Z and seems a little slanted and off-balance. But the cloth material from which the 370Z’s roof is fabricated does make the roof look bigger and more elegant. The fascia has been upgraded on the 370Z. This gives the car a much more sporty appearance.
The Nissan 370Z Roadster is powered by a 332 horsepower, 3.7 liters V6 engine offering an MPG of 18/25. It is a six-speed automatic with a 270 ft-lb torque. As a sports car, it has pretty decent acceleration, running from 0 to 60 in 5.5 seconds. In terms of driving comfort, the 370Z is very similar to the 350Z and is an elegant little car that offers great control. It’s also quite silent and becomes even quieter when the roof is closed.
The 2-seater 370Z comes with an 8-way driver's seat that can be adjusted. With premium leather and suede, the car is layered, giving it a very chic look. The dashboard is full of dials and buttons, as well as a nice digital clock.
Like many sports cars, there are all the safety characteristics needed for the 370Z-front collision warning, lane departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring. The 2019 model also has a back-up camera. There are reasonable brakes. They're powerful and the driver never fails.
Should you buy a 370Z Roadster?
The Nissan 370Z Roadster certainly impresses in terms of performance, especially if you’re looking for a level 1 sports car. If you’re okay with a cute-as-a-button car that offers adequate speed and functionality, then the 370Z is a good way to go.