Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Nissan Z Roadster



I drove the current model for a week a while ago and loved it.
So I am sure this one will be even better. And it does look good.

Specs are similar to the new Coupe.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Even topless, the new Z is till ugly and cheap-looking.

Anonymous said...

this may be the most beautiful car ever made.

Anonymous said...

WAOWOWWWWWWW!!!

Anonymous said...

lol.... i like the contrast of the above comments.

Anonymous said...

Cayman S at half price. Enough said.

Anonymous said...

The new Z actually works well as a convertible, much better than previous gen convertible. The rear fenders are nicely contoured on this update

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
Even topless, the new Z is till ugly and cheap-looking."

Agreeed.

"Anonymous said...
Cayman S at half price. Enough said."

Also half quality, half the pedigree, half the resale value, half of the experience, NO dealership experience... etc.

Please do not compare a NISSAN with a Porsche, GTR excluded.

I rode in a R35 this past weekend and the leather boot attached to the parking brake had detached and was peeling up. Really nice. $80,000 vehicle with less than 400 miles that is coming apart.

Anonymous said...

Cutting off the unsightly greenhouse of the Z coupe certainly helps the Z convertible in the looks department.

Anonymous said...

"Please do not compare a NISSAN with a Porsche, GTR excluded."

Oh yeah? Could you point performance numbers of Cayman S and the new Z and where in the Consumers reports you see that it is more reliable than the Z? Are you making up stuff?

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
"Please do not compare a NISSAN with a Porsche, GTR excluded."

Oh yeah? Could you point performance numbers of Cayman S and the new Z and where in the Consumers reports you see that it is more reliable than the Z? Are you making up stuff?"

No, actually YOU are making things up. I never mentioned reliability, not even once. Re-read my post, killer. Nice try though.

I run Group Two at Summit Point and I'd take the Porsche any day over the Nissan. Outright numbers don't mean much at a track, feel does.

In summary, Porsche has pedigree, Nissan does not.

Anonymous said...

"In summary, Porsche has pedigree, Nissan does not."

In summary Ferrari has pedigree, Porsche does not. So what was your point again?