The popular 350Z has shed its tin top . . . Nissan’s muscular 3,5-litre V6-engined roadster steps out with a gorgeous cropped look and a soundtrack to match. Is the 350Z Roadster, at R425 000, a snip?

The popular 350Z has shed its tin top . . . Nissan’s muscular 3,5-litre V6-engined roadster steps out with a gorgeous cropped look and a soundtrack to match. Is the 350Z Roadster, at R425 000, a snip?


When CAR road tested the 350Z in its March 2004 issue, editors remarked the “latest generation Z feels every millimetre a sportscar of the old school, but complemented with the best of modern technology that enhances the sheer thrill of driving”. And, according to Nissan South Africa, the 350Z “led monthly sales soon after launch in January last year, and notched up top selling position with a total of 507 units and 22 per cent share of its segment”.


So, what does the 350Z Roadster, which was named “Cabriolet of the Year” at the recent Geneva Motor Show, offer over and above its successful sibling?

To read more about the Roadster and to view the gallery, click here.

Original article from Car