The Nissan Z is a convertible, coupe offered in a Coupe Auto, Coupe Touring Auto, Roadster Touring Auto, Roadster Touring Manual, Coupe Manual, Coupe Touring Manual, Coupe NISMO Manual, Roadster Auto, Coupe Sport Manual, Coupe Sport Auto, Coupe Sport Tech Manual, Coupe Sport Tech Auto, Coupe NISMO Auto, Coupe NISMO Tech Manual, Coupe NISMO Tech Auto, Roadster Touring Sport Manual and Roadster Touring Sport Auto. The powertrains include 3.7-liter V6 (332 hp) and 3.7-liter V6 (350 hp) engines, and 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmissions. It is Rear wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from NA mpg city to NA mpg highway. The Z uses Premium fuel.
Last Model Reviewed: 2009
Reviewed Nissan Zs from Consumer Reports
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- 2009 Nissan Z coupe Touring V6 MT
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