Articles about Nissan 370Z

We do the math
Lately, Nissan Philippines has been living by the words "better late than never." First with the Juke, then with the GT-R, the Japanese carmaker has been bringing into our country models that have been in the world market for some time.
Say it isn't so?
It's no surprise for a carmaker to confirm more and more of its products will be electrified, but it's no less intriguing to hear it, not least when it involves sports cars. One of Nissan's marketing bosses, Jean-Pierre
We're still pining for this beauty
Even with its late arrival here in our market, the Nissan  GT-R still lit up the Philippine motoring scene with its official presence. There's added cachet knowing that a carmaker is confident enough to bring in a desired model. 
The 'Snow Patrol' looks fun, too
Yes, we know it doesn't snow here in the Philippines. But that doesn't make what Nissan's done to its cars here any less awesome. The two vehicles you see before you are the extreme, 'winterized' versions of the 370Z
Sadly, still not for us
Nissan has refreshed its 370Z sports car for 2018. Yeah, it's another blink-and-you'll-miss-it type affair.Most changes are aesthetic, such as blacked-out door handles and a new rear bumper. There are also tinted headlights and
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