The Z, the latest in a dynasty that started in the early Seventies, is a focused and capable sports car. The current car is shorter and lighter than the one it replaced and has much better interior fit and finish. The Z is quick, agile and enjoyable to drive. The V6 is muscular yet cultured and smooth. The shifter is a bit notchy but crisp and positive in feel. Handling is very agile with direct steering and lots of cornering grip. The price to pay for the Sport package is a stiff and choppy ride that beats you up. Road and tire noise are constant and the two-seater cabin is cramped. Visibility takes a back seat as well. A convertible model is also available.
The Z is also offered as a hot-rod Nismo version, which gets you exterior aerodynamic add-ons, 19-inch wheels, Recaro seats, a stiffer suspension and 18 more horsepower.
In most cases, automotive warranties are based on the vehicle identification number (VIN), and the warranty will be valid regardless of ownership. The dealership can tell you exactly how much warranty is left.Read more about extended warranties