2013 Nissan 370Z NISMO Review

NISMO stands for Nissan's In-House tuning company. So what happens to the already quick 370Z when you add a higher revving V6 and stiffer suspension? You get one piece of automotive perfection.... nearly. The NISMO Z produces 350 horsepower and 276 lb-ft of torque from a 3.7L V6. It's loud, harsh, and very fast. Check out Marco's review here and at http://www.gadgetexperts.net

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2017 Nissan 370Z Nismo UNBOXING Review - Is This A Corvette Stingray Fighter?
For today's unboxing review we bring you the 2017 Nissan 370Z Nismo, one of our favorite sports cars on the market today. In fact, it's sort of quickly becoming fairly old school, partly because it first launched back in 2009. Heck, even its engine isn't exactly state-of-the-art; a 3.7-liter V6 with 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of torque, with power being sent to the rear wheels through either a standard six-speed manual or an optional seven-speed automatic with paddle shifters. Our advice: stick with the stick. And yes, the V6 is naturally aspirated, something that's quickly becoming more of a rarity these days. From the outside, and thanks to a number of Nimso exclusive features, this Magnetic Black coupe hits all of the right buttons. Step inside, however, and those buttons look awfully dated. The entire dashboard looks like it was designed nearly a decade ago. That's because it was. But the big question we have is how much longer the 370Z Nismo will be around. Chances are it's time is limited. Enjoy the review! *TImestamps* Introduction: 0:15 What's Nismo: 1:00 Engine start up: 1:20 Engine and transmission details: 2:00 How is this a Nismo?: 2:25 The next Z-car?: 3:15 Performance and fuel economy: 5:00 Interior details: 6:25 How many buyers want the Nismo?: 8:35 Pricing and competition: 8:45 For Z-Car fans: 10:40 What don't we like: 12:30 Call it a Ricer: 13:35 Conclusion: 13:55 Special thanks to DGDG in San Jose, California for letting us shoot the car. http://www.dgdg.com Vehicles in this review were provided by DGDG, the family owned automotive group in Northern California. All opinions in these reviews are that of CarBuzz, not that of DGDG.