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Nissan The Japanese Sports Car

The Nissan 350 Z is a product of the Nissan Motor Co., Japan. The 350 Z is the contemporary line-up of Nissan's Z sports car, which was initially introduced in 1969 as the Datsun 240 Z. It is at present available in numerous natty packages and is put up for sale as both a two-door coup and a roadster. The Nissan 350 Z is power-driven by a 3.

5 lt. V6 engine that is can develop 306 hp. and 268 lb.-ft. of torque with its dual inlet air-intake system, a variable exhaust cam timing and a high compression quotient.

The engine can be tuned up to redline at 7500 rpm. A 5 Speed Auto Transmission or a 6 speed Close Ratio Manual Transmission transmits the power produced smoothly to the large 19" rear wheels. Acceleration is fast with the Z capable of picking up the pace from zero to sixty mph in just 5.5 secs. The soft leather seats and all the other tactile aspects were faultlessly finished that it looked as if they were meant for an exclusive sports car.

The steering wheel gives the impression of being somewhat bulky but it suffices. Being a two seater, it has no back seat but comes with ample cargo space. The vehicle, unexpectedly, even has a couple of cupholders. Being a sports car, not much emphasis has been given to the entertainment part of the vehicle but enough is available to make long journeys sound. The Nissan 350 Z is powered by a 3.5 lt.

V6 engine that is capable of developing 306 hp. and 268 lb.-ft.

of torque with a dual inlet air-intake system, variable exhaust cam timing and a high compression ratio. The engine can be souped up to redline at 7500 rpm. A 5 Speed Auto Transmission or a 6 speed Close Ratio Manual Transmission transfers the generated power effortlessly to the large 19" rear wheels. Pickup was fast with the Z capable of accelerating from zero to sixty mph in just 5.5 secs. The 350 Z performs just as equally well on city/ highway roads as it does on a race track, making it both a fast and a practical car as well.

On the race track with its elevation changes, sharp turns and short straight-aways, and the 350Z executed its maneuvers flawlessly. On the road, the automobile handles more or less perfectly and gives a comfortable carefree driving pleasure. The mandatory dual-stage front airbags are available in all models, but active head restraints and electronic stability control are not available on all models except as optional add-ons. Electronic Stability Control System is standard on the more pricey Touring and Grand Touring models.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System is typical equipment on all models. The Nissan 350 Z Keychains are presented in just three varieties: the Teardrop, the Valet and the Steering Wheel. They are somewhat plain in design but are just as racy as the cars that they symbolize.

Kathy Austin is a writer for Wholesale keychains. Check out the intricate designs of these Nissan 350 Z Keychains, they are crafted in stainless steel, metal, chrome, and leather and comes with a lifetime guarantee.



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