The Nissan 370Z Nismo, introduced in 2009, was unveiled at the New York Auto Show. It remained in the production scheme of Nissan's Kaminokawa assembly plant until 2016. The Nismo is a 6-speed manual transmission sportscar that runs from 0-60 mph in only 5.4 seconds. Its maximum speed without the electrically-enforced limit is 179 mph (288 km/h). It runs with a 3.7L V8, 350 hp (355 PS 261 kW) at 7400 pm, and 276 lb-ft (374 nm) of torque at 5200rpm. The Nismo has a fuel consumption of 18 mpg on city roads and 26 mpg if using highways. This rear-wheel-drive coupe's starting price was around $39000 in 2009, and now you can get it for about $23500.
The Nissan 370Z Nismo is a two-door two-seater coupe, including 19-inch aluminum wheels with Yokohama ADVAN Sport tires (245/40 YR19 on the front, 285/35 YR19 on the rear), and ventilated discs brake system with ABS. Its weight is 3300 lbs. The Nismo also includes an anti-roll bar, double wishbones independent suspension on the front, and anti-roll, independent, multi-link on the back. Its reliability rating of 4 out of 5 according to Japanese enthusiasts means you can always trust the Nismo to have superb performance and look stunning at the same time.