Shopping for a new Nissan 350Z?
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variety of configurations
power fabric top
Illuminated driver and passenger vanity mirror
With the 350Z, Nissan offers a lengthy list of standard features, as well as some unexpected options for a sportscar.
As MyRide.com points out, you can buy this little sportster in "Base, Enthusiast, Touring, and Grand Touring." And to add even more options, the Enthusiast, Touring, and Grand Touring models of the 350Z Nissan are available on the convertible as well.
Edmunds says that “base coupes come with 18-inch wheels, bi-xenon headlights, automatic climate control, full power accessories and a CD/MP3 player with steering-wheel controls. Going with an Enthusiast model adds cruise control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a limited-slip rear differential. The roadster version includes a power-operated soft top and power seats.” The convertible top has a glass window and lowers or raises in 20 seconds, sources noted.
The souped-up NISMO removes some luxury features from the 350Z; Nissan instead installs firmer springs and shock absorbers, some aerodynamic body pieces, red and black cloth seats, and a plaque inside the car.
Among the many options available, in packages as well as a la carte, you will find a tuned exhaust system, an upgraded sound system with six speakers, illuminated driver and passenger vanity mirrors, lightweight wheels, a navigation system, a choice of satellite radio systems, and an Aerodynamics Package. Bluetooth is standard on some models.
In the 350Z, Nissan offers some features that would be right at home in a luxury vehicle.