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Old 10-21-2010, 05:22 PM
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new to z and need help

i have a chance to buy a used 2009 350z roadster with 12000 miles, manual shift, base car for 26300.00 or a new 2010 370z same car base even same color red. for 32700.00 what do guys think. i just dont know

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Old 10-21-2010, 05:35 PM
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350z roadsters are a PITA the convertible tops have to many problems.
the last time a customer brought one it sat there for 2 weeks driving both our master techs nuts.

if youve got the 32k get the 370z, all the convertible top issues have been fixed and they work great now. there even automatic.

Iv driven more than a few of both hard top and roadster 350 and 370's
my only complaint about the roadster from a driving stand point is that the rear window is tiny and a bitch to see out of.

Im not a fan of some of the 370 body designs but they are fun to drive
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Old 10-25-2010, 04:54 PM
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I just bought a 2008 350z for Just under 30k..its awesome..black on black.18000 miles all stock atm manual hard top..but like he said if you got the money get the 370z.they look good and they have more power if that's what your looking for..
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370 hands down
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A new one. Convertibles are more fun and are true street sports cars. You will get bored with the hard top.
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