2020 Nissan 370Z

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2020 Nissan 370Z Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: October 14, 2020

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With the slumping sales in the Auto Industry, people are saving up for buying SUV’s or their dream sports cars. However, for a lot of people, buying a Corvette or a Porsche in the next 3-4 years time isn’t exactly possible. Hence, they flock towards the likes of Mustang, Camaro or the Challenger that offer sports car fun, at the fraction of a cost of a Porsche or a Corvette.

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Excellent Handling

Decent Performance from the V6

Great Starting Price for the kind of performance on offer

Sturdy Build and Superb Reliability


Standard equipment isn’t as good as the competition

Seats only 2 Adults

Still No Apple Car Play/Android Auto

What's New?

New 50th Anniversary Trim that pays homage to 50 Years of the “Z” Heritage

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vehicle bio

base price



2dr Coupe

passenger capacity



rear wheel drive

engine type


226 cu.in.


332 hp @ 7000 rpm


270 ft-lb. @ 5200 rpm


6-speed manual


suspension front

Independent front double wishbone suspension

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

12.6/12.6 in.



100.4 in.


167.5 in.


72.6 in.


51.8 in.

curb weight

3333 lbs.

ground clearance

4.84 in.


passenger volume

51.6 cu ft.

cargo volume

6.9 cu ft.

towing capacity

5000 lbs.

payload capacity

606 lbs.


zero to 60 mph

5 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

13.1 sec.

fuel economy


17/21/26 mpg


basic warranty

3 yr./ 36,000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

powertrain warranty

5 yr./ 60,000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance


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Base $30,090 onwards

332 hp @ 7000 rpm | 3.7L | V6 | Premium unleaded (required)

  • - Bi-Functional Xenon Headlights & High Intensity Discharge
  • 18" Front & 18" Rear Black-Finish Aluminum-Alloy Wheels
  • All door remote Keyless Entry
  • AM/FM Stereo, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Automatic Front Air Conditioning
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Firmer suspension tuning
  • Intelligent High Beams
  • Rearview Monitor

Sport $33,820 onwards

332 hp @ 7000 rpm | 3.7L | V6 | Premium unleaded (required)

  • 19" Front & Rear Forged Alloy Wheels By Rays
  • 19" Silver RAYS Forged Aluminum Wheels
  • Front Chin Aero Deflector
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Sport Brakes with 4-Piston Front and 2-Piston Rear Aluminum Calipers
  • Viscous Limited-Slip Differential

50th Anniversary $36,420 onwards

332 hp @ 7000 rpm | 3.7 L | V-6 | Premium unleaded (required)

  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio
  • Hard Drive Navigation System
  • Homelink Universal Transceiver
  • Leather-Appointed Sport Seats w/ Synthetic Suede Inserts

Sport Touring $39,490 onwards

332 hp @ 7000 rpm | 3.7L | V6 | Premium unleaded (required)

  • 1st Row LCD monitor
  • 7" Touch-Screen Display
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Navigation System
  • Simulated Suede/leather Seat Trim
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio
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Colors and Styles

2020 Nissan 370Z in Red Passion Tintcoat color 2020 Nissan 370Z in Brilliant Silver Metallic color 2020 Nissan 370Z in Deep Blue Pearl color 2020 Nissan 370Z in Gun Metallic color 2020 Nissan 370Z in Magnetic Black Pearl color
Red Passion Tintcoat

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With carmakers facing plummeting sales, there are just a few segments that haven't succumbed to this trend. One of these is the entry-level sports car segment that is dominated by the likes of Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge. Nissan wants to grab a slice of this pie and is bringing its 370Z coupe as its contender for the same. Celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary this year, the “Z” brand has a great legacy behind it and has continuously dished out Good Sports Cars under its brand name. The 2020 Nissan 370Z, remains mostly unchanged from 2020 other than the addition of a New 50th Anniversary trim. This means that the Nissan is still a Front Engine Rear Wheel Drive car that comes powered by a 3.7L V6 motor, good for 332 horses and 272lbs.-ft. Of torque.

The 50th Anniversary Trim is available in 2 Paint Schemes- Silver/Black and White /Red, while the other trims see no noticeable changes. Prices for the 2020 370Z Coupe ranges from just $30,090 for the Manual Base Trim and goes over $39,000 for the top of the line automatic Sport Touring trim.

2020 Nissan 370Z three quarter view
2020 Nissan 370Z rear three quarter view

Pricing and Features

Engine and Performance

Fuel Economy




2020 Nissan 370Z Pricing and Features


The year 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the Z Brand for Nissan and to commemorate that occasion, Nissan has introduced a new 50th Anniversary Edition as a trim on the 2020 370Z. Other than this, there are no noticeable changes between the 2019 and the 2020 Models.




50th Anniversary Silver/Black, White/Red

Sport Touring

MSRP (Manual)





MSRP (Automatic)







HID Bi-Functional Xenon Auto On/Off Headlights with LED DRL’s

Includes 370Z Features Plus these

Includes 370Z Sport Features Plus these

Includes 370Z Sport Touring Features Plus these


18” Aluminum Alloy Wheels

19” forged Alloys by RAYS

19” 50th Anniversary Forged Alloys by Rays

Nissan Voice Recognition with Bluetooth Audio Streaming


LED Taillights

Viscous Limited Slip Differential

Unique Exterior badging

Sirius XM Traffic and Weather with a 3-month access


6 Speaker AM/FM/CD system with AUX/USB/Bluetooth connectivity

Nissan Sport Brakes with aluminum calipers

Unique Exterior racing-inspired graphics

7” Touchscreen Infotainment System


One-Touch Auto Up/Down Power Windows

Bose Audio System

50th Anniversary Edition Tachometer

Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System


Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Start

Front Chin Aero Deflector and Rear Spoiler

50th Anniversary Leather-Appointed Seats with Synthetic Suede Inserts

Aluminum Trimmed Pedals

Which trim to choose?

The "Sport" trim, couples the Stick-Shifter to the 370Z, allowing for the most authentic feel of driving a sportscar. Also, mechanically speaking, the manual transmission is not only the sportier of the lot but also, the easier of the bunch to live with on a long term basis in terms of reliability and maintenance.

2020 Nissan 370Z Engine and Performance


The 2020 Nissan 370Z has a 332 horsepower V6 engine under the hood, which is more than its competitors. There are two transmissions from which to choose, a 6-speed manual, and a 7-speed auto. Both gearboxes try their best to make life easier for the driver, and even the manual version takes things into its own mechanical hands. It has a rev-matching feature, which automatically blips the throttle every time you shift gears.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe engine

The engine is quite relaxed in the way it makes its power, and being a naturally aspirated motor, the response is instantaneous. The gearbox has short ratios, which ensures that the engine remains in the power band at all times. Highway cruising is easy, with little need to downshift. NVH levels in the cabin could do with some improvement though.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 







3.7L naturally-aspirated V6

2.3L turbocharged Inline-4

3.6-Liter naturally-aspirated V6

3.0L naturally-aspirated V6

Drivetrain RWD RWD RWD RWD


6-speed manual

6-speed manual

8-speed automatic

6-speed manual 

Power (hp @ rpm)





Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)





The different cars in this segment offer vastly different power trains. There are manual transmissions as standard on all, except for the Dodge. It's the Camaro that takes the fight to the 370Z in terms of numbers, besting the Chevy by the smallest of margins.

How fast is the 370Z coupe?

The 3.7-liter engine is the largest in the affordable performance segment. It pulls sharply from idle all the way up to the 7500 RPM redline. The acceleration is quite strong, stronger than almost all of the competition. The 370Z is quicker than most of its rivals to both 60 MPH and quarter-mile mark.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe hits 0-60 mph in 5 sec.

Out on the road, the manual transmission is a hoot to drive and will the ride, a lot more enjoyable than the automatic version. The motor provides enough oomph for that odd overtake and you will never run out of power, at any moment.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 

0-60 MPH (sec)





Quarter Mile (sec)





Top Speed (MPH) 155 155 182 198


3.7L naturally-aspirated V6 2.3L turbocharged Inline-4 3.6-Liter naturally-aspirated V6 3.0L naturally-aspirated V6


(Tons/yr. of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)





The EcoBoost Mustang is the only car that matches the Nissan in performance, even managing to do better when it can, all thanks to the EcoBoost 4-cylinder. It pulls ahead of the group owing to its sheer torque. The Camaro follows behind with Dodge Challenger in their rear-view mirror.

What about the Braking performance?

The braking on the Nissan is quite good, although the brake pedal isn’t the best around. The travel is long and the feel is lacking. Still, this is a really competent car, even on the track, and even though it is heavy, it comes to a halt from 70 MPH in 186 feet. The 60-0MPH figures are even more impressive with the Nissan taking just 113ft, to stop from the same distance.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe has front/rear brake rotor size [12.6/12.1] in.

Talking about the feel, nose dive is evident but isn't pronounced. We would have preferred better brakes but still, for normal street use, you won't find much to complain about.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 

Brake Rotors Front (in)





Brake Rotors Rear (in)





Curb Weight (lbs)





60-0 MPH (ft)



176 (70-0 mph)


In terms of braking, there isn’t much difference between all the cars here. They manage to pull similar figures even with their relatively diverse weights and brakes. The Ford and the Chevy fall short of the Nissan’s braking figures but the Dodge seems to better the Nissan in this respect.

How well does the 370Z Ride and Handle?

Nissan wants the 370Z, to drive and handle like a proper sports car. Hence, they haven't messed on the driving dynamics of this coupe by adding electronics and spoiling the mechanical feel of driving this coupe. The steering is light and precise for the most part. The upside to this is that you don’t need much effort to steer and change lanes. Except for the base trim, the car gets a limited-slip differential which drives ups the fun factor. Owing to the lovely V6, you can throw this car around the track and it won't feel out of place.

The Smooth Clutch, Good power, and Active rev-matching makes for a comfortable driving experience on the City and makes for easy overtakes through traffic. However, step hard on the Gas Pedal and you may find the Coarseness of the Motor creep inside the cabin, more often than you would want to. You can throw this Nissan on the corners, without much worry, owing to the relatively lower amount of body roll on offer.

2020 Nissan 370Z Fuel Economy


If you don’t want to compromise on fuel efficiency but still enjoy some good performance, there aren’t many cars that would fit the bill. Thankfully, the 370Z is a sipper, sipping just 1 gallon every 26 miles on the highway, a very respectable figure. City efficiency takes a hit though, reaching just 19 miles per gallon. However, if you couple these figures, with the massive 19-gallon fuel tank capacity of the Nissan, you will have at least 320 miles of driving range on hands.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 

MPG (City)





MPG (Highway)





MPG (Combined)





Fuel Capacity (Gallons) 19.0 15.5 18.5 19.0
Range (City/Hwy/Combined) (mi) 323/494/380 326/481/387 352/555/425 380/570/437

The EcoBoost Mustang stands well to its name, being quite economical, but it can’t beat the little Chevy. The Dodge is one of the least frugal sports cars in the segment with just 23MPG of combined MPG figures.

2020 Nissan 370Z Interior


The 2020 Nissan 370Z comes with just 2 seats, as should all 2-door coupes, as the rear seats are usually entirely unusable. While the seats are fairly comfortable, taller people might have a little trouble finding the sweet spot for their seats. Want some advice? Either don’t have a family when buying this car or have a different car for the family.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe front seats

The interior materials are quite premium though, and you can easily forget that you’re in a budget car. The front seats are well-padded and supportive and offer a level of comfort not usually seen in cars of this price bracket. The base model doesn’t have active noise cancellation, which means the cabin gets a bit loud when driving fast. Other than that, vibrations, if ever noticeable, can sometimes creep into the cabin.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 

Seating Capacity





Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)





Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)





Coupe cars rarely have usable space in the rear seats, and that tradition is well followed in this segment. But with that trend in mind, the Dodge fares better than all the other coupes in this test and can even seat 4 people in it.

Is the Cargo Area decent for a coupe in its class?

Just like the rear seats, the trunk is cramped too. The 6.9 cubic feet can only fit two or three bags, which considering the “real” seating capacity, seems like Nissan hopes for the 370Z customer to never use it for anything other than a leisure drive.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe has 6.9 cu.ft. of cargo area

On the inside, there are a sufficient number of storage spaces on the inside. You have a sufficient number of cup holders and bottle holders and storage spaces for keeping nifty things.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro

Cargo Capacity (ft3)





Dodge Challenger puts its large dimensions to good use here, offering the largest boot in the segment. The Pony follows behind closely, with a proper utilitarian cargo area and is then followed by its arch-rival, the Camaro. Nissan is the last of the lot here.

How good is the Infotainment system?

Like all modern-day cars, Nissan is bundling the 2020 370Z, with a modern touchscreen infotainment system. While you miss out on some basic features like inbuilt navigation, Apple Car Play, and Android Auto, you get all other connectivity options like USB, AUX, Bluetooth and more. The Interface is decent and sunlight legibility is good as well.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe infotainment system
  • 7" Touchscreen Infotainment system with Nissan Voice Recognition
  • SiriusXM radio with traffic and Weather subscription
  • Bose 8 Speaker Audio system
  • MP3/WMA/DVD playback
  • USB and Aux inputs
  • Bluetooth telephony and music streaming

Creature comforts on offer?

Despite being a sports car, the 2020 Nissan 370Z, comes with plenty of features on the inside. Some of the most noteworthy features include the following

  • Tilt adjust leather-wrapped Steering wheel with mounted audio controls
  • Auto temperature control with in-cabin microfilter
  • Power windows with one-touch up-down feature
  • Nissan intelligent key with push-button start
  • Auto-dimming IRVM with Homelink universal transceiver
  • 4-way power-adjustable front seat
  • Leather-appointed heated seats
  • Cruise control and a rearview camera
  • Leather-wrapped gear shift knob and parking brake lever
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2020 Nissan 370Z Exterior


The Z takes its name and molds it into the exterior design. The zigzag headlamps and taillamps look extremely distinctive, and you will never confuse this car with something else, even if you will among its different model years. The Nismo variant looks the same except for the additional aero body kit and better-looking alloys.

2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe side view

The 370Z has always been a small car, and even with strict competition from the likes of the American Majors, the little Nissan feels extremely compact. Behind the wheel, the weight of the car simply disappears, and there is absolutely no effort required to drive this car. Owing to its small dimensions, tiny wheelbase, and sweet power output, you can easily hustle this car in the city. Even squeezing it into tight spots isn’t much of a hassle, all you need is a little patience.


Nissan 370Z

Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Dodge Challenger SXT

Chevrolet Camaro 

Curb Weight (lbs)





Length (in)





Width (in)





Height (in)





Ground Clearance (in)





Wheelbase (in)





The Challenger hauls the most metal and consequently is the heaviest and the largest in here. The Chevy is closely matched to the Nissan in terms of dimensions, followed closely by the Mustang. The Camaro, holds a comfortable middle ground here, being neither tiny nor enormous.

Noteworthy features on the outside?

Speaking of the features, there are plenty of highlights on the outside of the 370Z coupe that'll keep you hooked to it. Some of the most standout highlights includes the following listed features

  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Auto On-Off Bi-functional HID Xenon headlights with LED DRL's
  • LED Taillights
  • Body-colored powered, heated ORVM's
  • Rear window defroster
  • 19" forged alloys by Rays
  • Rear spoiler
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2020 Nissan 370z headlight
2020 Nissan 370z headlight
2020 Nissan 370z front
2020 Nissan 370z front
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2020 Nissan 370Z Safety

Despite being a sportscar, Nissan has ensured that the 2020 370Z, comes loaded to the brim with a plethora of safety features as standard. While the NHTSA and IIHS are yet to rate the “Fairlady”, here is the list of features that will enhance the peace of mind of the occupants inside the Nissan

  • Dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt and occupant classification sensors
  • Driver and passenger seat mounted side-impact supplemental air bags
  • Roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags for occupant head protection
  • Vehicle Dynamic Control with Traction Control System
  • Seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters
  • 3-point ALR/ELR passenger seat belt system (ELR for the driver)
  • Active head restraints
  • Energy-absorbing steering column
  • Top tether anchors
  • Zone body construction with front and rear crumple zones
  • Hood buckling creases
  • Aluminum side-door guard beams
  • Tire pressure monitoring system

2020 Nissan 370Z Competition


Nissan 370Z vs Dodge Challenger

The Dodge Challenger forms one part of the trio of Legendary American muscle cars that have been dominating the entry sportscar segment in the US. The Challenger is plenty more spacious and practical than the Nissan and offers a higher set of features as well when compared to the Nissan. The Dodge can seat 4 people as well while the Nissan can seat only 2. However, if you look from an enthusiast and sportcar perspective, it’s the Nissan that beats the Dodge, courtesy of its engaging handling, superior performance and better dynamics overall.

2020 Dodge Challenger

Nissan 370Z vs Ford Mustang

The EcoBoost Mustang is the car that closely matches the Nissan in terms of power. It may be a 4-pot motor, but it is fed by a pair of turbochargers. The result is a 310-horsepower output from a tiny 2.3-liter engine. The Mustang is also considerably lighter, which translates to better performance and fuel economy as well. Overall, the Mustang is a better option. The downfall of the EcoBoost though is one that isn’t even the car's fault. Buying this car causes sudden trolls to appear near you, claiming you made the worst choice in the world by not buying the gas guzzling V8. If you’re the kind of person who cares a lot about other people's’ opinions, then steer clear of this car.

2020 Ford Mustang

2020 Nissan 370Z Final Verdict

While there are a lot of affordable sports cars in the market right now, very few stand up to the 2020 Nissan 370Z. The 370Z offers Japanese Reliability, great build and a true unadulterated sports car experience, courtesy of the lack of driving aids that hamper the driving experience. With the anniversary trim that celebrates the “Z” brand’s existence for the past 50 years, you do get exclusivity by owning one as well. So, if you don’t want to burn a deep hole in your pocket and still want to enjoy the thrills of a proper front engine, rear wheel drive sports car, then there is no looking behind from the 2020 Nissan 370Z Coupe.

2020 Nissan 370Z Consumer Reviews and Ratings


based on 2 ratings

9.0/10 Features
9.0/10 Interiors
9.5/10 Design
9.0/10 Safety
9.0/10 Reliability
9.0/10 Deal Value



2020 Nissan 370Z Overall Reviews


Roderick C. Carr

2020 Nissan 370Z

Sport 2dr Coupe (3.7L 6cyl 6M)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: February 8, 2021

Everything what they say it is

Pros - Handles like a dream, looks like a dream, drives like a dream

Cons - No so big on the inside, dash on passenger side is bleak, can't play DVD

Everything it should be built of for the best driving experience comes standard and works flawlessly. Due to rear wheel drive system, it handles a lot better than conventional front wheelers and commits to just about any type of corner (even flat ones). Not just the sporty performance, its more about the practicality blended together with it has made 370Z a success for Nissan. Can't play dvd's in it. The cabin by no means feels airy because of the demand of the design I guess or the nature of the body style. Quite evident Nissan went for the driving performance rather than a baseball court sized cabin. If I have to put the exterior design and styling in words, I would call the looks more like a dream. It looks classy and well overly done in a proper way. Anything more than this would have backfired. Its more about a driver to enhance the safety and not about the features. Nissan has tried to keep it orthodox in terms of advanced tech and the best it features is traction control, rear view camera ( much needed for the visibility) and airbags at front and side. For such performance and driveability, I will only admire the reliability of the 370z. Normal servicing and oil changes cost significantly on the higher side and I think it would be unfair to complain about it. I realize to be able to have the performance and practicality, comfort has to be given up and that's what my 370z follows. It has been a wonderful lease by far in terms of everything but airy cabin Got a good deal on lease with a buy back option at the end. The whole process was simplified and quick too

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Scott L. McDonough

2020 Nissan 370Z

2dr Coupe (3.7L 6cyl 6M)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

370Z misses a couple spots

Pros - Stunning 7k redline, cat back exhaust, automatic rev match works flawlessly

Cons - Plastic hvac panel, should have had leds for headlights too, seats are manually adjustable

Manual transmission that can rev match automatically at downshifts so that I have all my focus on the road/track (depends on where you're driving). I love the higher redline at about 7400 which has a direct impact on the cat back exhuast system and makes it roar before shifting into another gear only to roar again. Manual transmission that can rev match automatically at downshifts so that I have all my focus on the road/track (depends on where you're driving). Could use leds for headlights and power adjustable for driver seat at least. Worth 3,000 options on it which includes cat back exhaust, shift knob and body graphics kit Everytime it comes to adjust the seat, I always find myself raising my eye brows for the lack of power adjustable seats. Same goes for the plastic hvac panel which should have been a lot better for the price. No doubt seats are comfortable but that's not everything about the interiors of a car With the body graphics package, it looks more appealing than anything out there. Sits low to the ground and lacks edges in general for sleek and streamlined looks. Nothing could have gone wrong with the chrome/black diamond alloy rims, red graphics on black finish and flowing roofline. Lacks led headlights for better driveability at night but features the most amazing downshift revmatching thereby covering the blemishes. I think everybody would call it short of safety features but hey, that isn't what 370z's are made for, "electronically filtering out the driving inputs and outputs. Would have taken the mechanical feel out of the driving otherwise A little more focus on the inside too would have made it matchless. Well for the interiors especially hvac panel, the execution and quality, both could have been better. Its the driving that has been justified the msrp of close to 50 good grands. Nicole was patient and went above and beyond to ensure we have a great time there. Highly recommend Graff Nissan to anyone around looking to buy a new/used car.

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Everything what they say it is

Everything it should be built of for the best driving experience comes standard and works flawlessly. Due to rear wheel drive system, it handles a lot better than conventional front wheelers and commits to just about any type of corner (even flat ones).

by Roderick C. Carr


User Overall Rating

370Z misses a couple spots

Manual transmission that can rev match automatically at downshifts so that I have all my focus on the road/track (depends on where you're driving). I love the higher redline at about 7400 which has a direct impact on the cat back exhuast system and makes it roar before shifting into another gear only to roar again.

by Scott L. McDonough

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