2007 Nissan 350Z Values

Select a 2007 Nissan 350Z trim level

2007 model year changes

Nissan's halo sports car, the 350Z, received several exterior, interior, and mechanical changes for 2006, so the only real difference for the 2007 model resides under the hood. The latest iteration of the VQ engine (the same one used in the much-loved Infiniti G35) replaces last year's V6. This 3.5L powerplant has the same displacement as the outgoing motor, but horsepower has been boosted to 306 (from 300), and torque output is now 268 lb-ft @ 4800 rpm. A limited edition 350Z NISMO debuts for 2007 as well. Available as a coupe only, the NISMO is billed as the best handling Z ever, and is equipped with all manner of performance enhancements, including an aerodynamic kit, tuned exhaust, lightweight wheels, Brembo brakes, and a stiffer body.

Competitive comparison

Performance; aggressive style; comfort (for a sports car); reliable.

Special features for 2007

Nissan's 2007 350Z manages to capture all the excitement of the original Z car. The 350Z is one of the few affordable sports cars that is still offered as either a coupe or convertible. The car's styling is notable, handling is taut, and power is ample, and the coupe starts at less than $28,000. Few other cars on the market can make such claims, while still being an honest-to-goodness sports car.
The 2007 Nissan 350Z is available as a Coupe or a Convertible Softtop Roadster in a variety of trims, including Base, Enthusiast, Touring and Grand Touring (with either automatic or manual transmission depending on the model). The 350Z features a 306 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 with 268 lb.-ft of torque and RWD, a capable and responsive engine for the 350Z’s slight stature. Comfort and convenience features include auto climate control, power accessories, an adjustable leather-wrapped steering wheel and a trip computer. Safety features include ABS and front airbags.