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Nissan revives its storied Z for 2003 in a new, performance-focused rear-drive sports car with a 287-hp V6. The new car is lighter and less expensive than the last Z sold in America, the 1996 300ZX. However, this Nissan latest model is really a re-introduction of the legendary Datsun Z. Nissan was much inspired by the original Datsun Z when designing the body flow, rear windows, headlight and interior seating for this latest Z. The Z is based on the platform of the G35 near-luxury sedan from Nissan's Infiniti division. Although it has the same wheelbase as the Chevrolet Corvette, the body is 10 inches shorter. It also borrows the G35's 3.5 liter V6, retuned to make an additional 27 hp. This Z represents a serious performance vehicle at a bargain price, and will do Zero-60 mph in 5.4 seconds. The gauges afford great visibility to the driver, as they move up and down according to the steering wheel height adjustment. With drilled pedals and a performance driver's seat, coupled with a 6-speed transmission, one can imagine oneself on a racetrack anywhere.
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