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Car Test


For something a little racier let’s turn our attention to the Nissan 370z Coupé. This stylish and aggressive sports car is a stunningly contemporary take on the legendary long-bonnet ‘Z’ look, a design which has been evolving since the introduction of the Fair Lady Z in 1969. Much like its predecessors, the 370z catches the eye with its low, road-hugging stance, flared wheel arches, and sleek, elegant profile. Amongst contemporary additions to this classic design are the unique “Boomerang” headlights, LED daytime running lights, and 18” Alloy Wheels as standard, while the subtle rear spoiler and the chrome twin exhausts suggest something more purposeful.


Step inside the 370z, and the sporting heritage of this car is reflected further, with the retro trio of dash-top dials, three-spoke


leather steering wheel, paddle gear shift and, of course, the iconic


“Z” logo. We found the dashboard to be highly ergonomically designed, with all controls and features in easy reach, ensuring nothing distracted from the driving experience. Other impressive features inside the 370z include steering wheel mounted audio controls, automatic climate control and electric folding wing-mirrors. With a 3.7L V6 engine for massive muscle, the engine poses 323hp power and 363 torque at 5,200rpm the experience is pure magic. Although the speeds were out of this world, we never failed to feel safe knowing the lightweight suspension components are extremely responsive and sensitive. The ride was smooth and enjoyable, from start to finish. If adrenaline is something you chase, this punchy V6 with its seamless Synchro Rev gearbox will not disappoint.


Finally, technologically advanced small car, the Nissan Micra. Another award-winning vehicle, winning the Gold Supermini award in the 2018 Driver Power survey, this is a supermini with flair and fun. The Micra is comfortable, economical and perfect for inner city living, being such a dream to park. Visually, the latest Micra offers a sharper, sportier design than previous models. From its floating roofline, to its hidden rear door- handles, this Micra doesn’t compromise aesthetically. Jump inside and instantly feel the comfort of the anti-fatigue seats, soft-touch materials and expressive design with a large range of colour customisation available. Whether you’re in city traffic on the motorway Micra makes motoring easier and more enjoyable. The model we tested featured Nissan Intelligent Mobility Driver Assist, including Lane Intervention as well as Forward Emergency Braking and High Beam Assist. The dash-mounted


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interface displays rear view cameras and VR parking assist, which makes even the tightest of spaces a breeze. Micra has been designed to almost be an extension of yourself, with the number of customisable features, such as Bluetooth connectivity for calls and streaming music. And of course Micra is supremely economical, returning 48.7mpg even in the demanding Urban cycle, and starting at . around town, and money efficient falling in the cheapest road tax bracket. So, if want a nifty small car for buzzing around town, this would be your match!


The Qashqai starts from just £19, 300, the adventurous X-Trail starts at £25,590, the 370z Coupé is available from £27, 680 and the Micra range starts at £12, 550.


For full details visit Nissan.co.uk or call 0330 123 1231. 65


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