Despite the fact that the 2020 Nissan 370Z is largely an afterthought among current automobile fans, the rear-drive coupe nevertheless provides some thrills. It can also be a good deal when compared to more expensive sports vehicles, even if it can’t match their performance on and off the track. The Nissan gives effortless enjoyment because to its snappy 332-hp V-6 and agile handling. It does, however, have fewer limitations and refinement than more modern equivalents.
The 370Z is also further advanced in its aging phase, with dull style, particularly on the interior. A telescopic steering wheel is standard on all models, and some don’t even have a current infotainment system. While the 2020 Nissan 370Z will please lovers of the model’s history as well as budget-conscious consumers, the car requires a complete revamp to be competitive again.
2020 Nissan 370z specs, Engine, Transmission and Performance.
Every 2020 Nissan 370Z is powered by a 332-horsepower 3.7-liter V-6 engine and comes with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Though its turbocharged engine throttle response is wonderful, but when pushed, this powertrain can become raspy, and not in a good way. The Z’s handling, on the other hand, is taut and responsive, making it a nostalgic drive, and one that’s truly track-ready with the Nismo variant.
Unfortunately, those expecting it to equal the agility of smaller competitors like the Mazda Miata will be disappointed. While the Nismo variant is the most track-focused Z, it still falls short of most competing sports cars in terms of precision. Instead, the 370Z is fun to drive and comfortable enough to utilize on a daily basis. The 370Z’s rear-drive arrangement can still be used to fulfill enthusiasts Drift fantasies, despite its minimal steering effort and weak braking capability.
Interior and Comfort
The 2020 Nissan 370Z hasn’t been updated for a while and makes several of compromises in the comfort and quality arena, from its archaic materials to its limited storage room, despite the nostalgic driving experience being a pleasure. The 2020 Nissan 370Z’s grade is lowered due to its low-cost interior, minimal utility, and poor outside visibility.
The seats are reinforced sufficiently to provide support, when tossing the car through turns. The interior of Nismo variants include leather and faux-suede Recaro sport seats, as well as a Nismo-branded tachometer. The interior cubby storage is mediocre, but three carry-on luggage will fit behind the front seat.
The starting price of the 2020 Nissan 370Z is $30,090, making it one of the most expensive in the class. Higher trims are available, with the top-of-the-line Nismo starting at $45,790.