The two-seat Nissan 370Z coupe is the last link to a glorious past for the Nissan company, which made a name for itself in the 1970s and '80s for producing gorgeous, affordable and talented sports cars under the Z moniker.
The successor to the 350Z, the 370Z was released in 2009 with much fanfare… and has remained fundamentally the same car ever since. Sold as a two-seat, rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, the 370Z is shorter, lighter and more powerful than the car it replaced, but with prices around $60,000, it struggles to compete against the likes of Mazda's MX-5 and the Toyota 86.
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