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Parkers overall rating: 3.8 out of 5 3.8

Although it may be good value, high road tax and fuel economy of just 27mpg mean the 370Z is expensive to run and parts such as tyres and brake pads won't be cheap either. On the plus side, Nissan servicing is good value, although the dealers don't have as good a reputation for customer satisfaction as other Japanese manufacturers.

Is it eco friendly?

Few high performance two-seaters are environmentally-friendly and the 370Z is no different. It emits a catastrophic 249g/km of CO2, making it expensive to tax, while averaging just 27mpg. Choosing the automatic sees this improve slightly with CO2 emissions of 247g/km and similar fuel consumption.

Is it reliable?

Nissan has one of the best reputations for reliability around and the 350Z has proven to be extremely durable - proved by the fact it was never the subject of a recall. The engine in the 370Z is a development of that in the 350Z and so should prove extremely reliable.

Estimated fuel cost per year

Fuel type Pence per litre Estimated cost per year *
Unleaded 128p £2,155 - £2,238 *

* The estimated fuel cost figure is based on an annual mileage of 10,000 miles and is a guide to how much this model will cost in fuel each year. It's calculated using the model's average MPG (calculated from both town centre and motorway driving) and the average fuel price from around the country. Actual fuel costs will vary based on driving style and road conditions.

Highest and lowest CO2 emissions

Engine CO2 emissions Road tax (12 months)
3.7 V6 (328bhp) Petrol,
3.7 V6 Petrol
245 g/km (Min) £555
3.7 V6 (328bhp) Petrol 274 g/km (Max) £145 - £555

Ongoing running costs

Road tax (12 months) £145 - £555
See tax rates for all versions
Insurance group 44 - 47
How much is it to insure?

Vehicle excise duty (VED) varies according to the CO2 emissions and the fuel type of the vehicle. For cars registered before 01 March 2001 it is based on engine size. For cars registered on or after 01 March 2001 the VED or road tax is based on the car's CO2 emissions.