Nissan 350z 2005 price

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Used 2005 Nissan 350Z for Sale

2005 Nissan 350Z - Sporty Z

I owned a 2005 350z for about four years. I purchased it off the original owner who had taken great care of it. I really enjoyed the car at first; it was great! My wife and I would use it as a car for trips out of town, and we really liked it. It had a good amount of power to be fun but nothing crazy. At first I didn't mind the small amount of space that it had, but that quickly changed. We really couldn't fit much in there, not to mention we have two big dogs we like taking on trips with us, and they had no chance at fitting in there. The car also wasn't great on gas. On the highway, it wasn't terrible in gas, but it was bad in the city. I did really enjoy the looks and the overall sporty feel that it had.

I owned a 2005 350z for about four years. I purchased it off the original owner who had taken great care of it. I really enjoyed the car at first; it was great! My wife and I would use it as a car for trips out of town, and we really liked it. It had a good amount of power to be fun but nothing crazy. At first I didn't mind the small amount of space that it had, but that quickly changed. We really couldn't fit much in there, not to mention we have two big dogs we like taking on trips with us, and they had no chance at fitting in there. The car also wasn't great on gas. On the highway, it wasn't terrible in gas, but it was bad in the city. I did really enjoy the looks and the overall sporty feel that it had.

I remember taking it on a lot of fun road trips, playing music and driving in the night.

I remember taking it on a lot of fun road trips, playing music and driving in the night.

The car was very sporty, which is exactly what I wanted. I also really enjoyed the exhaust sound, and I was a big fan of the small interior. But my biggest thing was mostly the looks of the car, which I loved.

The car was very sporty, which is exactly what I wanted. I also really enjoyed the exhaust sound, and I was a big fan of the small interior. But my biggest thing was mostly the looks of the car, which I loved.

The car was pretty bad on gas, and it doesn't have much room inside. The trunk was very tiny, and you'd be lucky to fit two suitcases in there. The car was also very loud inside, because a lot of the outside air would somehow get in and become very loud.

The car was pretty bad on gas, and it doesn't have much room inside. The trunk was very tiny, and you'd be lucky to fit two suitcases in there. The car was also very loud inside, because a lot of the outside air would somehow get in and become very loud.

2005 Nissan 350Z - Fun Z Car

The 350Z is a fun car that always gets attention. It is a quality car and a lot of fun if you like small sporty cars. It has a manual transmission that makes driving fun. It has a v6 engine and gets good gas mileage, around 23 mpg. The truck is small, but you are able to fit two golf bags in it. It is a two seater which can be a pro or a con. You will not be able to load a large family in it. Although the instructions indicate you can, you should not put a baby seat in the front seat because of the airbag. For a small car, it is roomy.

The 350Z is a fun car that always gets attention. It is a quality car and a lot of fun if you like small sporty cars. It has a manual transmission that makes driving fun. It has a v6 engine and gets good gas mileage, around 23 mpg. The truck is small, but you are able to fit two golf bags in it. It is a two seater which can be a pro or a con. You will not be able to load a large family in it. Although the instructions indicate you can, you should not put a baby seat in the front seat because of the airbag. For a small car, it is roomy.

It is a fun car that gets a lot of looks. I remember taking it to get washed at a busy car wash, and people approached me to talk about it and other fun, sporty cars.

It is a fun car that gets a lot of looks. I remember taking it to get washed at a busy car wash, and people approached me to talk about it and other fun, sporty cars.

It is a quality car. It is a lot of fun. You will get a lot of attention in this car. The gas mileage is good at around 23 mpg. You can carry two golf bags in the trunk.

It is a quality car. It is a lot of fun. You will get a lot of attention in this car. The gas mileage is good at around 23 mpg. You can carry two golf bags in the trunk.

It is a small car and only seats two people. It is not appropriate for a family, and you should not put a baby seat in the front seat because of the airbag. The car is low to the ground, so you have to watch out for potholes and curbs.

It is a small car and only seats two people. It is not appropriate for a family, and you should not put a baby seat in the front seat because of the airbag. The car is low to the ground, so you have to watch out for potholes and curbs.

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From the April 2005 issue of Car and Driver.

Sadly, such cars as Nissan's estimable 350Z suffer from the flavor-of-the-month syndrome. Because the Z-car lives in a specialized novelty niche in the marketplace, it's prone to being displaced by the next hot new sporty coupe to come along. Somewhere in the sports-car netherworld is a collection of shirts lost in similar ventures.

Thus, to maintain a vehicle's sporty allure, you have to keep updating it in some meaningful way. That's exactly what Nissan has been doing by creating submodels of the basic 350Z concept. The Performance, Enthusiast, Touring, Track, and roadster models all cater to subniches within the realm of wannabe Z-car owners. And now—not entirely to the surprise of industry analysts—comes the 35th Anniversary Edition.

It is top dog among Z-cars, with more power, more equipment, brighter colors, and a heftier price. At $36,660, it's quite a stretch from the entry-level 350Z, which is just $27,060 out the door. That's nearly 10 grand more for essentially the same car, but the anniversary model does have some compelling reasons for a buyer to drag out the extra dough. One is the 300-hp engine found only in the anniversary and 2005 Track models. That's a healthy bump up from the base 350Z's 287 horsepower, even if it is accompanied by a reduction in peak torque—14 pound-feet—to 260.

Big deal. The 3.5-liter VQ V-6 has always had so much grunt that drivers of manual versions often burn the clutches by overslipping them when pulling away. There's still so much torque available in the anniversary car that sixth gear is ample for most highway passing maneuvers. Everyday driving can be accomplished using the venerable old-fart technique of shifting from first to third to fifth. And with that in mind, we'll happily trade a little torque for some extra horsepower and the extended rev range that comes with it. (This tach redlines at 7000 rpm instead of the 6600 rpm of the base model.)

The power increase was achieved through changes to the camshaft profiles, adoption of stronger valve springs as well as variable exhaust-valve timing, and installation of upgraded pistons, rods, and crank pulley. It doesn't sound like much, but the extra 400 rpm gives you a longer stretch in gears on tight and twisty roads and makes short tracks a bit easier to negotiate.

Ironically, the extra power and range didn't do much at the test track--producing a slower 0-to-60-mph time, 5.8 seconds, than that of our last 350Z Touring (5.7). Nor was the quarter-mile time shorter, just equaling the Touring's at 14.3 seconds, but this had a lot to do with the state of the desert test facilities after big winter storms. Grip was in short supply.

If you opt for an automatic transmission, you'll get neither the extra power nor the extended rev range, but you will get a matched-rev downshift program when utilizing the manumatic mode that is now included on all 2005 350Zs. It makes performance driving more enjoyable.

Naturally, you'll want to let everyone know your 350Z is a special edition, so the anniversary car wears some cool kit.

Our car was resplendent in Ultra Yellow, and those capital letters don't begin to emphasize just how yellow this paint is. Think tiny dab of French's mustard in a vat of Ferrari "Fly Yellow," and you're just about there. The anniversary model also comes in Silverstone and Super Black, which are bound to be eye-catching.

Unique 18-inch alloy wheels of an exceedingly pleasing design adorn the fender wells of this car, and through them you can clearly see the big Brembo calipers and rotors that share space with them. There's a unique chin spoiler, but if it's any different from the usual 350Z fare, it was too subtle for our Ultra Yellow-blinded eyes to detect. However, after donning Ray-Bans, we did notice the exclusive badging just ahead of the doors.

Like all 2005 350Zs, the 35th Anniversary Edition (we wish the name were shorter) features a tire-pressure-monitoring system, heated wider-view side mirrors, and a seat-cushion height adjustment. The optional navigation system now has a faster processor for 2005. You can also get a trick two-tone black-and-tan leather seat, but not with the Ultra Yellow paint. Show some restraint, you shameless extrovert. Even in a 300-hp, bright-yellow chick magnet you need to leave something to the imagination.

Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS

2005 Nissan 350Z 35th Anniversary Edition

VEHICLE TYPE 
front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 3-door coupe

PRICE AS TESTED 
$37,160 (base price: $36,660)

ENGINE TYPE 
DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection
Displacement:
213 in3, 3498 cm3
Power (SAE net):
300 bhp @ 6400 rpm
Torque (SAE net):
260 lb-ft @ 4800 rpm

TRANSMISSION 
6-speed manual

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: 104.3 in
Length: 169.4 in
Width: 71.5 in
Height: 51.9 in
Curb weight: 3360 lb

PERFORMANCE
Zero to 60 mph: 5.8 sec
Standing 1/4-mile: 14.3 sec @ 101 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph: 167 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.88 g

FUEL ECONOMY
EPA fuel economy, city driving: 20 mpg
C/D observed fuel economy: 22 mpg

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