Many dealerships are part of a larger corporate conglomerate, and it's usually not clear to the average pleb.
That means they have a certain top-down structure, and dealers in the conglomerate can see any negotiations or prices from there other conglomerate members.
You may think your...
From what I've heard of the new 9AT, it's nearly as bad as the 7AT.
When WOT, oh yeah it'll rip through gears just fine and give an acceleration advantage, but everywhere else, it's lacking.
Slow to respond to paddles, reluctant to downshift, hunting.....yup just like the 7AT.
I watched the throttle house video comparing the Z to a SS. It's obvious from the video that the side windows are slits.
You'd need to check if that would bug you.
My main issue is on the Camaro the door body is very, very high, looks like it's nearly to your shoulder. I personally wouldn't...
Every track review I've seen of the Z, the VR30 gets unanimous praise.
Also, the acceleration is very good, trap speed only -1 mph from the BMW.
The chassis is the letdown. It's 20 years old now. I highly doubt Nissan can get the chassis to be truly competitive with modern performance cars...
Nissan is doing absolutely zero about the out of control dealers. Because Nissan obviously feels it has no control. To be fair, every legacy auto brand is dealing with out of control dealerships. I understand there's legal limitations.
But, I have to think Nissan could do something. Like allow...
Ah, that one's a little bit unfair.
$10k is probably all the Sport would need, if you wrench on your own car.
Lightweight wheels (don't go buying the most expensive wheels)
My main issue with the Sport would be the 8" infotainment. We'll...
I don't think the Akebono brakes are that much better than the base steel brakes.
The Sport is beginning to make some sense now.....
It only cost me $2500 to have a HLSD installed in my truck.....
And most people who are serious about tracking a Z would probably want better brake kit, lighter...