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2012 Nissan 350Z review, accessory, picture
"Fast" is the first word that comes to mind when you think about the
new 2012 Nissan 350Z. Now faster and sleeker than ever before, the 350Z
boasts an engine filled with racing technology, a drive shaft made with
carbon fiber composites, and aluminum-suspension design that does the
amazing. This car has drag coefficients so low, the aerodynamics were
calibrated in a state-of-the-art wind tunnel. As such, the car has made
our job of compiling a 350Z review easy - there's just so much to write
about. New for this year, the 350Z comes in five distinct models:
For information on any of these models, or to access information about some of the available 350Z accessories that are new for this year, please be sure to check this page frequently.
The 2012 Nissan 350Z revs up to 60 miles per hour in just over five seconds. At the heart of 2012 this performance is a VQ35DE engine that produces 287 horsepower and 274 pounds-per-foot of torque, featuring continuously variable valve timing for optimum consumption of fuel. The 350Z also comes standard with the new Z aluminum suspension: three links up front, another four in the rear, ripple-control shocks, and a unique separation of the rear shock and springs, all of which combine to deliver the smoothest ride around. If you think this sounds good, wait until you hear about 350Z design. Indeed, we've got it all here in our Nissan 350Z review.
As you can see in the 350Z picture above, this car looks good, and is chock-full of features. Exterior features include:
On the inside, this 350Z elegance and excellence continues with amenities such as:
Every 2012 Nissan 350Z review also notes some of the available 350Z accessories - splash guards, rear spoiler, vehicle cover and sill plates with aluminum inserts, to name a few. What you see in the 350Z picture is exactly what you get - nothing but luxury.
Here's something you don't see in 350Z pictures, though - the car is safe, too. The car boasts a high-intensity cabin structure built with crossmembers and reinforcements, for extra support. It has front and rear crumple zones, front dual-stage air bags and available side air curtains, too. Up front, the Nissan 350Z hood is built with buckling creases to buckle at predetermined points while the engine, in certain frontal impacts, is designed to drop down and away from the passenger compartment. With features like these, it's no wonder why every Nissan 350Z review is so positive. See for yourself!