The Nissan 370Z is a relatively unique combination of true sports car construction and affordable price in a nearly grand-touring package.
Despite the technological differences in the suspension, the Ford Mustang is a very similar performance and value proposition, with a much higher upper limit for those able to spend for the GT500.
Hyundai's Genesis Coupe offers its own take on moder two-door styling, but lacks some of the refinement and upper-end performance of the Nissan.
Infiniti's Q60, formerly known as the G37 coupe and convertible, is essentially a match for the 370Z on performance, with a more premium take on styling and equipment throughout, but at a higher price point.
The Porsche Boxster and Cayman are lighter and nimbler than the 370Z thanks to their mid-engine design and Porsche-tuned suspensions, and while the duo from Stuttgart set the benchmark in the mid-range sports car segment, the performance and luxury come at a premium price.
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