Al: "This is my 'new to me' 370Z Sport. I was originally looking for the
NISMO version but could not get a price I found acceptable for one.
Also I decide that since I want to modify it anyway, the basic Sport
trim would be the smarter way to go. I had been searching for this car
for the better part of a year, looking for the right deal. Finally I
found one in New Bern, NC, approximately 130 miles from my home.
"The asking price was $29,900. Before I went to look at it I talked the
dealer down to $27,500. Once I got there I drove it and Smiled! A
lot! I told the dealer that I liked the car, however I didn't need
it. The question was simply do I like it enough to take on a $500 per
month payment. I did, but he wasn't going to know that. I told him if he
would come down to $26,000 I would buy the car today. His manager came
back with the accepted offer of $26,250! I got a great deal, the dealer
invoice on what they paid for the vehicle was $700 more than I paid for
it, and the best part is I got it for nearly $5,000 under Blue Book!
"I'm really excited and I really love the car. Right now there is
nothing aftermarket on the car. It has the Sports Trim, which includes
19" Rays wheels, an aero kit which includes the spoiler, Sync Rev 6
speed manual transmission, NISMO brakes, and the sport suspension. I
forgot to mention it does have a light tint on the rear window also.
The car is in new condition with only 10,200 miles on it at the time of
"This is by far the most amazing Z I've ever driven, and I've driven
nearly every version up to this point. It's only going to get better as
I make modifications. Future additions include, JWT Pop Charger intake
(already ordered), High Flow exhaust (haven't decided which manufacturer
yet, leaning toward Stillen), ECU Super Chip (hopefully JWT once they
make one), poly urethane bushings (the car handles amazing as it is but
you can only make it better), and the stereo needs serious upgrades.
The one complaint I have about this car is unless you got the Touring
version with the Bose stereo, the stock stereo is lackluster to say the
least. The car does have a major blind spot in the left rear when
driving, but if you have to change lanes just floor it and you shouldn't