2010 Nissan 370Z
There’s been no shortage of new drop tops this past summer, but there’s always room for one more, and the latest is this Nissan 370Z Roadster.
Based on the just-revised 370Z Coupe, the Roadster takes things in a bit more refined manner to go along with a more relaxed cruising atmosphere.
But it has still got the goods under the hood, with the same 332-horsepower, 3.7-liter V6-good for 0 - 60 times of just over 5 seconds.
In the interest of weight savings, the power top remains fabric with a heated back glass. No folding hardtop also means reasonable trunk space.
Otherwise, exterior styling differs little from the coupe. The same goes for the interior, where you’ll find a wonderfully intimate cockpit. Just add some wind in your hair and some sun on your shoulders and there are few places we’d rather spend an afternoon.
“Many times when a coupe gets made into a convertible or a roadster, you trade in a little performance to get that open air feel, but the 370Z roadster seems to have made it through with all of its Z-ness still intact.” Brian Robinson
The Nissan 370Z Roadster is on sale now with prices starting just under $37,000.
Starting just under $37,000