Used 2014 Nissan Sports Car Values

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Nissan Dealers Satisfaction Index
 3 / 5
The Customer Service Satisfaction score is based on the response from more than 30,000 owners of 1 to 3-year-old vehicles. This score focuses on customer satisfaction with maintenance and repair service at new-vehicle dealerships.
(Model years 2019 - 1999)
A RWD sports car available in coupe or soft-top convertible trim levels, the 2014 Nissan 370Z is designed with performance, value, and style in mind.
J.D. Power Ratings
Overall Quality
 4 / 5
Overall Performance
 2 / 5
Overall Dependability
Not Available
Consumer Reviews ( 2 )
Braking
 5.0
Fuel Economy
 3.0
Interior Comfort
 3.5
Acceleration
 5.0
Dependability
 5.0
Handling
 5.0
Ride Quality
 4.0
Overall Rating
 5.0
The biggest bang for your buck, the 2014 Nissan GT-R yields supercar performance with a relatively inexpensive starting price tag of $99,000.
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The biggest change for 2014 was the Altima coupe being put into hiatus mode; while the 2014 Altima sedan version got technology updates in the form of NissanConnect Apps for smartphones. A new and more efficient fuel injector was added to the GT-R to improve acceleration, while the Leaf’s estimated EMPG was increased to 84 from 75. Nissan added to its “green” fleet with the addition of the Pathfinder Hybrid, further reducing its carbon footprint. Meanwhile, all NV trim levels received a base model upgrade that included heated mirrors, towing hooks and trailering updates. Both Titan and Xterra got standard Bluetooth and media-enhanced steering wheels. Last on the list was the release of the new and improved Rogue.

J.D. Power Rating Legend
Among the Best
5 / 5
Better than Most
4 / 5
About Average
3 / 5
The Rest
2 / 5

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