Nissan 370z 0-60 Times
|Trim||Engine||Drive Type||Trans.||0-60||1/4 Mile||Mpg EPA C/H/Observed||Source|
2016 Nissan 370Z
|Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.1 sec||13.7 sec @ 106 mph||18/26/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
2015 Nissan 370Z
|NISMO Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||7A||4.9 sec||13.6 sec @ 106 mph||19/26/17 mpg||Car and Driver|
|NISMO Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.9 sec||13.5 sec @ 105.4 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
2012 Nissan 370Z
|Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.8 sec||13.4 sec @ 105.6 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
2011 Nissan 370Z
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.9 sec||13.4 sec @ 105.2 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
2010 Nissan 370Z
|Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.8 sec||13.4 sec @ 104.7 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
|NISMO Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.3 sec||13.8 sec @ 105 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Week|
|NISMO Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.0 sec||13.5 sec @ 106.6 mph||18/26/21.1 mpg||Road & Track|
|Stillen Coupe||3.7L Supercharger V6||RWD||6M||4.5 sec||12.8 sec @ 113 mph||----/----/---- mpg||Road & Track|
|Touring Roadster||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.1 sec||13.7 sec @ 104 mph||18/25/21 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Roadster||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.8 sec||13.4 sec @ 104.6 mph||18/25/---- mpg||Motor Trend|
|Touring Roadster||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.9 sec||13.6 sec @ 102.9 mph||18/25/14.8 mpg||Motor Trend|
|Touring Roadster||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.0 sec||13.5 sec @ 104.2 mph||18/25/23 mpg||Motor Trend|
|Touring Roadster||3.7L V6||RWD||7A||5.4 sec||13.6 sec @ 103 mph||18/25/---- mpg||Motor Week|
2009 Nissan 370Z
|NISMO Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.2 sec||13.7 sec @ 105 mph||18/26/16 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||7A||4.6 sec||13.1 sec @ 108 mph||18/26/18 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.8 sec||13.4 sec @ 107 mph||18/26/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.9 sec||13.5 sec @ 106 mph||18/26/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.1 sec||13.7 sec @ 104 mph||18/26/20 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||4.7 sec||13.3 sec @ 105.7 mph||18/26/21.5 mpg||Motor Trend|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.1 sec||13.7 sec @ 105 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Motor Week|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.1 sec||13.7 sec @ 103.6 mph||18/26/---- mpg||Road & Track|
|Touring Coupe||3.7L V6||RWD||6M||5.2 sec||13.7 sec @ 103.9 mph||18/26/18.7 mpg||Road & Track|
About Nissan 370z
Available in two models, a convertible and a coupe, the Nissan 370z is a car designed to match its sport-looks with its superb performance. Powered by a totally aluminum engine, to reduce the car weight, the 3.7 liter V6 engine, is placed with care under the Nissan 370z’s hood.
The successor of the wildly popular and successful Nissan 350z, the 370z offers many upgrades from the previous model including more power, better handling, more aggressive design, and better fuel efficiency.
If you’re getting the 370z with an automatic transmission, then you are in luck! Nissan has finally upgraded the old 5 speed automatic transmission found in 350z to a 7 speed available in 370z, which will help with better performance and fuel efficiency.
The 370z started production in 2009 and is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z family of vehicles. Just as the previous model, the 370z has received a lot of praise and accolades from car enthusiasts and popular car magazines.
Design of Nissan 370z
The high intensity discharge headlights together with the vertically placed LED daytime-running lights, forms a boomerang shape, which adds to the stylish exterior of the car. The rear design is made a bit aggressive that suits sports cars by the use of wider fenders, chrome finished dual exhaust tips, and an air diffuser mounted on the bumpers.
As mentioned before, the engine is made of aluminum and likewise the hatch, doors, and hood are all aluminum. But, the rest of the chassis is made of strong and high-class steel. The car weighs around 3,480 pounds and has its weight distribution on 54/46 proportion.
The 370z Performance
The six-cylinder 370z produces around 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque, which is delivered to the rear wheels through either a seven speed automatic or a six speed manual transmission. Both transmissions are connected to the rear axle through a carbon composite drive shaft.
The mileage is 19 mpg in city roads, and in highway it is 26 mpg which is a little better at 27 mpg when seven-speed auto transmission is used instead of the manual transmission.
The coupe version goes from 0 to 60 in as little as 4.6 seconds, while the roadster version takes about 4.8 seconds. Both variations offer plenty of performance and the slight difference in acceleration is not very noticeable.
What’s In It for the Driver
The 370z being a coupe made for the race track has room for only 2 passengers. There are two analogue gauges, 3 more top mounted gauges, and a TFT screen, and these together provide important information to the driver about the workings of the engine.
The 370z does not have a very strong navigation system in order to keep the costs down. However an optional hard drive based sat-nav system, can be mounted at the center of the dashboard with a 7 inch touch screen. Bluetooth audio streaming and voice control can be added through this sat-nav system, but this feature is not available on the basic model.
The 370z is available in two versions: the basic trim and the touring trim. In the base car, you will get cloth-covered bucket seats, music player linked with four speakers, cruise control, an auxiliary jack, and leather-covered steering wheel. All of those basic and general features are something that most basic sports car should contain.
In the touring trim version, you will get some added features such as: leather-covered seats, Bluetooth, power adjustable car seats, a good Bose sound system, rear view mirror with auto dimming, aluminum pedals, cargo cover for the rear and much more.
Altogether the car is a great performer, and you can buy it for its very capable performance as well as the iconic design and style.
For more information about the Nissan 370z, visit the official Nissan website.