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Parkers overall rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
Nissan 370Z Roadster (10-14) - rated 4.5 out of 5
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PROS

Excellent performance, good value, quality interior, involving handling

CONS

Heavy clutch pedal, lumpy ride, excessive road noise, no steering wheel reach adjustment

At a glance

New price £31,050 - £37,560
Used price £6,435 - £17,145
Used monthly cost £159 - £423
Fuel economy 25 - 25 mpg
Road tax cost £555 - £570
Insurance group 47 How much is it to insure?

PROS

Excellent performance, good value, quality interior, involving handling

CONS

Heavy clutch pedal, lumpy ride, excessive road noise, no steering wheel reach adjustment

Nissan 370Z Roadster rivals

The 370Z Roadster delivers brutal performance, engaging handling and - as such - you could argue Nissan has managed to achieve a rare feat, which is to produce a sports car that hasn’t been compromised by the absence of a fixed roof. The 370Z drop top is almost a blast from the past: it’s like a good old-fashioned sports car built to put a smile on your face and the wind in your hair.

You couldn't call it agricultural though. It features a range of sophisticated and advanced safety systems and the Synchro Rev Control system that keeps the engine revs at their optimum between gear shifts - a sort of automatic heel-and-toe - is particularly effective. In terms of performance it competes with top-end models like the Porsche Boxster, but it represents far better value for money and comes very well equipped too.

Nissan 370Z Roadster rivals

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