2013 Nissan 370Z consumer reviews

$33,120–$34,420 MSRP range
side view of 2013 370Z Nissan
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.9
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.8
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4.4

Great car

Had this car for 3.5 years. Though not perfect - I loved it. Nice power when you needed it. Decent MPG. Very reliable. Maintenance was not bad at all. Nice features with the Touring trim level.

4.9

Sporty, fun and reliable.

I have owned Boxsters, Z4 and Z3, Audi TT and this is by far the sweetest sounding and most fun, reliable sports car to drive and own.

4.7

Very reliable vehicle.

Excellent acceleration, tight steering, and corners well. Extremely reliable mechanically. One thing to note is that there is a blind spot when looking to the rear on passenger side of vehicle. The best sports car for the money !

5.0

Best Car I've Ever Owned!

This car isn't for everyone. You won't haul around a bunch of friends. You won't get groceries for a large family with the 370Z, BUT it's a xxxx of a lot of fun to drive. Mine is a daily driver and I've never wanted anything else. It goes when I need to go fast and has great brakes for stopping quickly. There's not another vehicle I would want over the Nissan 370Z.

4.9

Great sports car - love the prrformance.

Great car - glad I bought it - hope to have it a along time - will probably trade it in a few years for a newer hardtop.

4.9

Most fun car I’ve ever owned

This car is extremely well put together, great acceleration very comfortable, very little blind spots compared to most smaller coups. Favorite car I’ve owned. A

4.7

best sport car owned

very powerful, in fact to much power for the winter. great car for the summer time to show off, you fill dam good driving it

4.6

Fast and corners like on rails

This car isn't designed for comfort, but its fast and handles amazingly well. Power is thrilling but be careful on slick surfaces...its rear wheel drive.

4.1

Most fun, affordable car I've ever owned

Had a 350z and moved up to my 370z. Looks great, drives great. Very reliable. Negatives are: small, shallow trunk; lack of a 6 disc CD changer which I wanted. Get about 23 mpg if I drive it nornally. Great car!!

4.3

Mid life crisis

The 370Z reminds me of 50s hot rods. I'm 75 so I have first hand experience. The ride is firm, the manual shift is gated, the engine can break the rear end loose. Low 20s for gas mileage, but who cares. The seating is low, excessive road noise, and you have to drive it. The large tires will need drivers attention, it goes where you point it. If you think like a 17 year old you will love yours like I love mine.