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Old 02-21-2015, 10:12 PM
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My 2003 and 2015 I'm happy. The 370 is a better car.
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Old 02-23-2015, 04:08 PM
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They're both beautiful, what trim is your '15?
I'm trying to convince myself to just go to my Nissan dealership and order one once and for all, I've just come to enjoy not having a car payment too much I think.
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Old 02-23-2015, 09:39 PM
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They're both beautiful, what trim is your '15?
I'm trying to convince myself to just go to my Nissan dealership and order one once and for all, I've just come to enjoy not having a car payment too much I think.
The 15 is Sport tech.
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I recently upgraded my '03 Touring Model Z to a 2016 Touring Model and love/hate it. I'm a 71 y/o retiree and this is my 4th Z Car after rolling many miles on previous 280s, too. In other words, I've been a 'Z-guy' most of my adult life ever since leaving military service and college in 1977.

My 350 was 15 years old, running like a champ at 95k miles. I'd rolled about 65k trouble-free immensely fun miles on it, but just got the urge for new technology for what I think will be 'my final retirement skate'. Factory GPS, rear camera, keyless/pushbutton, satellite radio, etc, etc.

I'd also add that I'm one of those 'man-u-matic' fans. Automatic tranny which I do a lot of manual downshifting to save my brakes and navigate the many country road twisties here in the Smokey Mountains where I'm retired to.

First, I LOVE the 370 for how peppy and nimble it is to drive. This is why I drive a Z. They make driving fun. The 370 stands tall in that department. With one exception; the lack of an On/Off switch for the new Rev/Matching feature on the auto tranny. I HATE it! Well, I hate not being able to turn it off.

Other than that, the new 370Z touring model is a terrific step forward in Z evolution. The gadgetry is just as great as it ever was. The 'grand touring' creature comforts are hugely improved with the new interior sound-dampening thingey, satellite radio, and improved Bose rig.

I believe I'll be a happy camper in the Z camp for another 20 years. Well, as soon as I figure out how to get that rev-matching thing turned off.
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