The Nissan 350z, a two-seat sports car, reaches a top speed of 156 miles per hour. The 350z boasts several other impressive features, including the ability to accelerate from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in little more than 5 seconds, and the potential to fully stop from a speed of 70 miles per hour in less than 200 feet. The 350z entered the automobile world in 2003, and its production lasted through 2009, when Nissan replaced the 350z with the 370z.
The 350z comes in two basic designs, which are a coupe and roadster. These cars come in several styles, including a base, Enthusiast and Touring trim for the coupe and Enthusiast and Touring versions for the roadster.
These models, like other sports cars, offer drivers a combination of speed, handling and performance. Their top speed, which tops out just under 160 miles per hour, rivals that of the Porsche Boxter. Nissan's 350zs also feature tight steering and a sophisticated handling system, making them adept at taking tight turns without losing control. They come with a six-speed transmission system and have responsive brakes, making it easy and safe to stop quickly. These cars have commendable suspension systems, making rides comfortable, and come at relatively low prices compared to other makes in its class.