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One of the best features of the 370Z is that its performance is surprisingly good, when up against its rivals. The 324bhp 3.7-litre V6 engine has adrenalin inducing acceleration blasting from 0-60mph in just 5.3seconds with impressive torque. The 370Z will match the Porsche’s top speed of 155mph, book a test drive now at

Running Costs

Although the 370Z is not the cheapest car to run, it does boast affordable entry level costs, for example the 322bhp Coupe purchases at around £17,000, making it much cheaper than its Porsche rival. The average fuel consumption on the Nissan 370Z is about 26.7mpg which improves slightly with the automatic gearbox, moving up to 26.9mpg. There are decent service intervals striking at around 9,000 miles which vastly improves the running costs.


Despite the running costs, the 370Z is a bargain purchase particularly as it comes with a lot of standard equipment. There are three trim levels and even the entry level model comes with 18-inch alloys, fully automatic climate control, bluetooth interfacing and Xenon headlights. Topping the range is the GT Ultimate trim which has added six-CD Bose audio system, cruise control, Persimmon suede leather and DVD satellite navigation with full European mapping. To see the full range of specs across the trim levels, take a look at the downloadable brochure.