Nissan 370Z is a sports car available at the right price

Popular Nissan vehicle has everything you'd expect from a sports car

AUBURN, Wash., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It's pretty easy to become smitten with one of the sports cars offered on the market. After all, many drivers would be lying if they said that they never pictured themselves cruising in a fast, stylish car. For many, the desire for a sports car is simply American.


In the Seattle area, one Nissan dealership, Nissan of Auburn, is offering consumers the opportunity to drive a sports car for a lower price than they would have likely imaged. The vehicle making this possible is the 2014 Nissan 370Z. Looking exactly like a sports car should, the 370Z always draws more than a few eyeballs when going by. And what is under the hood may be less than some of the upper-level sports cars on the market, but it is certainly enough to get you where you need to go in good time. The 3.7-liter V-6 has an impressive output of 322 horsepower. Upgrading to the 370Z NISMO gets consumers an increase to 350 horsepower as well as other features.

Anyone looking for more stats that liken the 370Z to a sports car can easily find them. For example, the vehicle not only looks smooth, but performs well because of this as well. There is no front lift thanks to the downforce offered by the design and rear spoiler, meaning the vehicle can travel at impressive speeds while holding the road. The handling is also improved thanks to the wide stance of the vehicle and its length.

Driving the Nissan 370Z is also a pleasure due to features like fully customizable seats and a responsive clutch and manual transmission. The professionals at Nissan of Auburn welcome consumers to the dealership to try the new 370Z in person. Contact someone at the dealership by calling 877-500-6185 or visiting the dealership online at

Media Contact: Dara Moore, Nissan of Auburn, 877-500-6185,

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