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Nissan’s Z-car returns in 2006 as a sleek two-door hatchback coupe or curvy roadster convertible. Each shows revamped bodywork with more equipment aboard.
For info box: An electrically operated convertible top stows neatly
beneath a snazzy hard cover on the ragtop version of Nissan’s hot 350Z. It
shares most parts with the Z coupe, including its howling V6 engine that
makes nearly 290 horsepower. The Z’s edgy styling extends to its interior,
which has a perplexing mix of luxury and simplicity. While it offers some
very fancy optional equipment, like a navigation system and complex trip
computer, it doesn’t even have some basics like a glove box.
Nissan’s Z-car returned to the North American market in 2003 as a
slinky two-door hatchback coupe with sport-tuned hardware for serious
performance. A year later, a convertible roadster variation emerged. Both
appear in Nissan’s car class of 2005. All stock a 3.5-liter V6 churning
with 287-hp when teamed with a 6-speed manual transmission.
Nissan’s convertible version of the 350Z is pure mechanical fun — fun to look at, fun to listen to, and definitely fun to drive — just like the 350Z coupe. But the thrill of driving the Z is made more intense when you unlatch the cloth top, press a button on the dash, and watch the top fold away origami-style to let the sun pour in.