2006 Nissan 350Z Review

2006 Nissan 350z Specs

  • 300 HP ( Manual transmission )
  • 287 HP ( Automatic transmission )
  • 3.5 liter VQ V6
  • FM Platform ( Front-Mid mounted engine for balance )
  • Rear wheel drive
  • 6 Speed manual or 5 speed automatic transmission

2006 Nissan 350z Reviews

Motor Trend reviews the 2006 Nissan 350z and writes – ‘Starting below $30K, the 350Z remains both an aspirational and attainable goal for serious sportscar enthusiasts. Exhilarating to drive, the 350Z also has an impressive history in IC’s five-year cost of ownership ratings.’

Forbes Autos reviews the 2006 Nissan 350z and writes – ‘With nearly ideal balance (53 percent/47 percent front-to-rear weight distribution) and a four-wheel independent lightweight aluminum suspension, the car’s already-stellar driving dynamics benefit from new standard 18-inch wheels and tires, improved four-wheel-disc antilock brakes with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution and Brake Assist, and a new speed-sensitive power-steering system.’

Edmunds reviews the 2006 Nissan 350z and has this to say – ‘Around town, the V6 is quite docile, and the clutch isn’t overly stiff. Open it up a bit, and the dual-exhaust pipes produce an enjoyable and throaty V6 growl. Power delivery is linear and athletic, with the most fun coming on around 4,000 rpm. During cornering, outright grip is high, and the Nissan car feels well balanced. Overall, the Nissan 350Z offers handling equal to some of the best sports cars available.’

New Car Test Drive reviews the 2006 Nissan 350z and loves it – ‘The Nissan 350Z is the car for drivers who want serious sports car performance in a GT body without shelling out the big bucks. Its rear-wheel-drive chassis is rigid, and its suspension is taut for excellent handling. The V6 delivers lots of torque for strong acceleration performance. Whether you opt for the six-speed manual gearbox or the five-speed automatic, there are no dogs in the lineup.’

Published on December 12, 2006 in Nissan

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