The cars that aficionados today know as the Nissan Z-series date back to 1970, when the original Datsun 240Z was released in North America. This car successfully married Japanese affordability with performance and quality that rivaled the best American and European vehicles. In many ways, this was the car that put Japanese vehicles on the map. Going through four generations of upgrades, the Z-series was available in the American market until 1996, when it took a six-year hiatus.
The redesigned Z-series surged back into the market in 2003, with a powerful two-seater that was reminiscent of the model line’s origins. With a robust unibody design and sophisticated engine, the fifth generation Z-series renewed the model line for Nissan. The car’s current iteration, the 370Z, can go from 0 to 60 mph in just over five seconds, all at an affordable price.
If you want to test drive the 2013 Nissan 370Z, visit Brown’s Fairfax Nissan today. You can reach us at (703) 591-8009 to inquire about our hours and location.