The 2003 Nissan 350Z provides dedicated performance, hugging the road, and offering steering capabilities that will please even the most demanding of drivers. Powerful and attractive, this two-door hatchback will soon be available in a convertible version as well.
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Product Review Summary
39 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Oct 7, 2002
One Hell of a sportscar, and a rennaisance of Nissan Motors
Pros: Looks, power, feel, unique - A true sportscar, and welcome revitalization of Nissan
Cons: Massive waiting list, initial low prices growing due to dealers' greed
Sep 11, 2002
The Corvette/Z3/S2000/Whatever Car You Want To Compare It To Killer
Pros: Unbelievable looks. Unbelievable engine. Unbelievable ride.
Cons: Minimal hatch space. No turbo!
Jan 15, 2004
350Z = Awesome Machine & Handling
Pros: Beautiful sleek design, gorgeous engine purr, affordable
Cons: No enough cargo space, easy to speed
Nov 30, 2002
The Z is BACK and it won't be denied!
Pros: Power, performance, well designed, acceptable as a daily driver, incredible value
Cons: Small trunk, crappy speakers, heavy, unforgiving ride on rough road, hard to get
Jan 9, 2004
Best Value Sports Car on Earth
Pros: Power, Price, Handling, Exterior Design.
Cons: 1st year quirks, some interior design faults.
Dec 12, 2002
Pros: Powerful, great handling, fun to drive
Cons: Potential Paint Problems, Potential interior rattles, adaquate audio system
Jun 9, 2007
Poorman's Porsche 911
Pros: Style, engine, handling, exhaust sound.
Cons: Not much.
Jan 12, 2003
The Return of the Sports Car
Pros: Power, styling, all the things that make a sportscar great
Cons: Abysmal rear visibility, availability limited
Oct 19, 2002
By the Racers, for the Racers
Pros: Smooth and torquey engine, stiff and communicative chassis, great gadgets and head-turning styling.
Cons: Too much understeer, tepid rear limited slip, could use a few pounds less.
Jan 21, 2005
Revolutionary Design Japanese V6 Sports Car for a New Millenium
Pros: Next gen design True sports car benefits - speed fun Great price Japanese quality
Cons: True sports car drawbacks - space, comfort