2016 Nissan 370Z Coupe Dayton, Ohio
The shape of the 370Z is distinctly modern while harkening back to design cues from the original 240Z of the 1970s.
The 3.7-liter V6’s Variable Valve Event and Lift allows it to make 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque.
The driver’s seat is unique with lower cushion cutouts that allow the driver to push the pedal to the metal without resistance.
The performance gauge clusters include speedometer and tachometer attached to the steering column for uncompromised visibility.
Now the 370Z can cancel undesirable engine noise while boosting the sound of performance, just like the Nissan GT-R.
This optional function automatically blips the throttle to smooth out up- and down-shifts on the manual transmission.
Design, performance and value in one package
The shape of the 2016 Nissan 370Z is instantly recognizable — short and wide with a low center of gravity and curvy silhouette. It brings to mind the original Z Coupe from way back in the ‘70s while remaining as modern and aerodynamic as ever. The current car is lightweight and stiff, using lots of aluminum and even carbon fiber in its construction for performance. Speaking of which, the 3.7-liter V6 puts 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque at the disposal of your right foot. This is made possible by the engine’s Variable Valve Event and Lift system.
Keeping the driver in place during vigorous driving is the uniquely bolstered sport seat. Although both driver and passenger seats have anti-slip material in their surfaces, the driver’s seat has different lower cushion cutouts to prevent the seat from getting in the way of pushing the pedals to the metal. Likewise, the performance gauge clusters are positioned for uncompromised visibility, with the speedometer and tachometer attached to the steering column so they adjust with it.View Inventory
Driver-focused cockpit for pure exhilaration
370Z buyers have the option of enhancing the driver-oriented cockpit with some unique features to this particular Nissan. One is the Bose active noise cancelling and active sound enhancing stereo borrowed from the top-of-the-line Nissan GT-R. This sound system cancels out the undesirable low-frequency drone of the engine while boosting the natural engine sounds of acceleration to heighten the driving experience. Adding confidence for drivers who opt for the manual transmission is the SynchroRev Match system, which blips the throttle to the correct revs with each upshift and downshift to smooth out the gear changes.
The 2016 Nissan 370Z continues to offer a unique combination of performance, value and exhilaration for drivers who don’t need more than two seats. Get behind the wheel at Matt Castrucci Nissan of Dayton, Ohio.