Does Nissan's Nismo 370Z Live Up To Its GT-R Sibling?
Nissan Z cars will forever hold a dear place in many auto enthusiasts' hearts. The original cars were fun, driver-centric machines that put you in control of the car. If you screwed up, it was definitely your fault. But the modern 370Z, takes a different approach. Using more mechanics and electronic wizardry, that driver control takes a back seat–something especially true with the Nismo-tuned 370Z. We were given the chance to flog the new Nismo 370Z for a full week around southern California’s mountain roads. And during that time, we felt a bit of a disconnect between the driver and the car. With that, the Nismo is still a hugely impressive automobile. RELATED: Click here to see more photos of the Nismo 370Z
However, it seems that soul that was present in past cars just isn't there. And in the wake of Nissan’s almighty, technical masterpiece, the GT-R, the 370Z was forced into the same type of hole the GT-R was. One that is brilliant on the track, but leaves you with a hollow victory. Here’s what else we had to say.
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