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Nissan 370Z 3.7 V6 [328] Gt 3Dr Petrol Coupe

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You choose the vehicle, the deposit, how long you want the contract to run for and the mileage you intend to do. You will then receive a quote for fixed cost motoring for the length of the contract. At the end of the contract you have a choice to either buy the vehicle outright for an agreed lump sum (the Guaranteed Minimum Future Value or final balloon payment), or hand the vehicle back to the lender.

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This is one of the most popular methods to buy a new vehicle. You pay an initial deposit, then pay off the balance in monthly payments over an agreed period of time, when the payments are complete the vehicle is yours.

One of the main benefits with Hire Purchase is the ability to buy a high value vehicle on monthly payments.

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Fuel: Petrol

Body: Coupe
Trans: Manual

Electric front windows, ABS, Bluetooth telephone connection, PAS, Trip computer, Electric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors, Radio/6 CD autochanger, Body colour bumpers, Xenon headlights + headlight washers...

MPG

Insurance groups range from 1 to 50 and dictates the cost of the vehicles insurance. The higher the group, the higher the insurance will be for the vehicle.

Insurance Group

BHP rates the engine performance of vehicles and stands for the brake horsepower.

Performance (BHP)

CO2 is the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by the vehicle in grams per kilometre travelled, the lower the CO2 emissions the cleaner the vehicle is for the environment.

CO2 (g/km)

The total number of seats in the vehicle.

Number Of Seats

Road Tax is based upon the CO2 emissions of the vehicle and is split into 13 bands from A to M. The higher the letter the greater the cost of tax paid to drive the vehicle on public roads. In addition to the road tax detailed below, any vehicle that had a manufacturers retail price in excess of £40,000 when first sold, attracts a road tax supplement of an additional £310 per year. This is charged until the vehicle is 6 years old.

Road Tax

Ten Second Review

Fans of the original Nissan 350Z sportscar have taken to its 370Z replacement but to snare any remaining ones who haven't yet taken the plunge and broaden this model's appeal, Nissan has improved this enduring line-up. Minor exterior enhancements have smartened the styling but the most significant change is the addition of a new 'EXEDY' high-performance clutch that'll help enthusiastic owners to perfect their 'racing-style' downshifts. They'll like that. As before, there's a single coupe bodystyle and power comes from a 3.7-litre 328PS V6, plus there's still a 344PS Nismo model available at the top of trhe range if that's not enough. In short, the 370Z continues to prove that the sportscar you've always promised yourself doesn't have to cost you a lottery win.

Background

Forget MX-5s, Evo Xs, WRXs - even GT-Rs: the 370Z is the definitive Japanese sportscar. Nissan's Z-car heritage goes all the way back to the legendary 240Z of 1969, a car intended to offer the style and performance of European sportscars at a fraction of their price. More than 1.7 million sales later, this 370Z continues that tradition in fine style. It builds on a firm foundation laid by the 350Z model, launched in 2002 and sold here from 2005, a sportscar than typifies everything that this Z series should be about, with good looks, muscular performance and a fantastic fun factor, a car you could really take by the scruff of the neck. Not much else could match a 350Z for the money and even the Porsches that could keep up lacked its endearing mild hooligan streak. In launching its 370Z replacement in 2009, a quarter of a million worldwide sales later, Nissan needed to keep the things we liked - the charismatic V6 engine, the balanced rear-wheel drive chassis and the perfect weight distribution - and sort the few things we didn't - high running costs, cheap-feeling interior and restricted luggage space. They did exactly that - and to keep the recipe fresh, a Summer 2017 package of improvements aimed to up the ante still further.

Driving Experience

The 370Z's core component remains its 3.7-litre V6 engine. It's a development of the 350Z's 3.5-litre but 35% of its parts are completely different. The powerplant uses Nissan's VVEL variable valve timing technology which helps it achieve a smoother delivery of its 328PS maximum power output. Peak torque of 363Nm promises a muscular mid range and the 7,000rpm redline should please those who like a sports car which rewards a hefty right foot. If that's not enough, the top Nismo coupe model delivers 344PS from the same unit. Even in the standard version, that's good enough to see 62mph from rest dispatched in just 5.7s on the way to an artificially limited maximum of 155mph. The people who developed this car were petrolheads. Why else would they have spent five years in developing a Synchro Rev Control system that blips the throttle when you make a downchange to make you feel like Michael Schumacher? Or an optional seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox with gorgeous magnesium-crafted F1-style paddle shifters that on a clear day, makes a circuit of your local town centre one-way system feel like a lap of Monte Carlo. For this revsed model, Nissan has partnered with respected performance brand EXEDY to integrate a new high-performance clutch into manual versions of the 370Z. Perfecting the downshift, this reduces driver pedal effort and delivers even greater levels of gear change precision and comfort. And in summary? Well yes, this is a hi-tech stepping stone to Nissan GT-R supercar ownership. But no, its essential character hasn't been diluted: it's still a driver's car, pure and simple.

Design and Build

The 370Z is still gorgeous. From the arrow-shaped headlamps to the boomerang-shaped tail lamps, there's a handsome aggression that marks this car out from its overtly style-conscious contemporaries. The front air-intake borrows its look from Nissan's GT-R supercar, giving this 370 greater malevolency as it looms in your mirrors with twin aerodynamic fins rising like fangs from its lower lip. Upgrades to this improved model include black door handles and a black rear bumper fascia. Dark-tinted headlamps and rear combination lights - previously only available on the NISMO model - are now standard, plus mainstream variants gain more distinctive 19-inch alloy wheels. Inside, things are much as before. The dash is upholstered in a leather-like surface called Sofilez that's tasteful in both look and feel and the leather seats fitted to most models have lovely suede-like inserts that not only look nice but stop you sliding around under hard cornering - though the seatbase is a little short. A number of the old 350Z's trademark features are still intact though, such as the instrument cluster attached to the steering column that moves as you adjust the driving position to guarantee an unhindered view of the dials. You'd expect the wheel to adjust for reach as well though on a £30,000 car. It's still a two-seater-only cabin and unlike, say, a Porsche 718 Cayman, there's a useful shelf behind the front seats where you can quickly sling a coat or jacket with a glovebox now at last added for smaller items. As for proper luggage space, the hefty strut brace across the old 350Z's parcel shelf that stopped you carrying a proper weekend's luggage for two has in this 370 been banished, freeing up a more usable 235-litres of space.

Market and Model

Prices start at just over £29,000, which remains very good value for such a powerful sports coupe. There's a choice of base, GT and potent Nismo models and, in GT form, the option of a 7-speed auto gearbox as an alternative to the standard 6-speed manual. There's a £5,000 premium for the extra 16PS of the top Nismo model. All variants are well equipped. Even the entry level 370Z comes equipped with an Intelligent Key, plus an engine stop/start button, power adjustable seats, climate controlled air-conditioning, 18" alloy wheels, automatic xenon headlamps, curtain airbag, alarm, audio with auxiliary input and Bluetooth hands free phone connection. The GT version meanwhile, gets heated seats trimmed in black suede and leather, a six-CD Bose audio system with eight speakers, cruise control, speed limiter and Synchro Rev Control.

Cost of Ownership

The 370Z is a car that lives to be driven hard and to do so will inevitably rack up some fairly hefty bills. Take fuel consumption as an example. Your Nissan dealer may well quote a combined figure in the region of 27mpg but you'll need to be some kind of feather-footed freak to match those figures. On one 'enthusiastically driven' test route, we saw an average of 13.2mpg come up on the calculator. Ouch. Likewise the 370Z, while mechanically rugged, has an appetite for rear tyres if you're the sort who likes to occasionally disable the electronic control systems. You'd expect insurance to be commensurate with a car that can reach 155mph and which will jet to 60mph in just over 5 seconds: expect a Group 46 rating. Industry monitors reckon the 370Z will retain around 54 per cent of its value after three years - a fair figure for a sports coupe although not in the Audi TT bracket.

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Key Standard Features*

  • Solid - Vibrant red
  • Solid - Premium Yellow
  • Solid paint
  • Leather/suede - Black
Specification
Body Glass
Electric front windows
Rain sensor windscreen wipers
Brakes
ABS
Traction control
Hill start assist
ESP
Communication
Bluetooth telephone connection
Driver Aids
PAS
Cruise control + speed limiter
Driver Information
Trip computer
Premium navigation system
Driving Mirrors
Electric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors
Entertainment
Radio/6 CD autochanger
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
BOSE sound system
Auxiliary input socket
Exterior Body Features
Body colour bumpers
Exterior Lights
Xenon headlights + headlight washers
Daytime running lights
Dark style headlights
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
Climate control
Interior Features
Rake/reach adjustable steering wheel
Front armrest
Leather/suede upholstery
Bluetooth controls on steering wheel
Safety
Front side airbags
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
3 point front seat belts
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Curtain airbags
Seats
Electric front seats
Heated front seats
Sports seats
Height adjustable driver's seat
Isofix child seat attachment
Front head restraints
Driver's lumbar support
Security
Immobiliser
Remote central locking
Thatcham Cat.1 alarm
Intelligent key with push button ignition
Wheels - Alloy
19" 5 spoke alloy wheels
Wheels - Spare
Tyre repair kit
Options
Paint - Metallic
Metallic - Universal Silver£575.00
Metallic - Gun metal£575.00
Metallic - Infra Red£575.00
Paint - Solid
Solid - Vibrant redStandard
Solid - Premium YellowStandard
Exterior Body Features
Metallic paint£575.00
Pearlescent paint£575.00
Solid paintStandard
Paint - Pearlescent
Pearl - Storm white£575.00
Pearl - Daytona Blue£575.00
Pearl - Ebisu Black£575.00
Trim - Part Leather
Leather/suede - BlackStandard
Performance
Performance
0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)5.3
Engine Power - BHP328
Engine Power - KW241
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM7000
Engine Torque - LBS.FT268
Engine Torque - NM363
Engine Torque - RPM5200
Top Speed155

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