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Old 21.05.2017, 15:30
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2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

For sale: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster Pack. 3.0L V6, 6-speed manual, 2 door / 2 seat.

First registration 10/2008
Exterior: Precision Grey metallic
Interior: Alezan Orange leather with net sports seats

In great condition - just 42'000km on the clock. This has been a second car. It was only used in good weather conditions, kept indoors and stored for the winter. Dealer serviced @ Nissan Flury.

Options:
  • DVD navigation
  • Park distance control with 8 sensors front/back
  • Cobra sports exhaust - this has a great sound (not loud)

Wheels are original 350Z 18" Facelift aluminiums. Tires are Michelin 225/45R18 Pilot Super Sport (these are hugely better than the stock Pirellis) which have done under 20'000km and have good tread left.

This car has served us very well, many fond memories of taking it on summer holiday trips. For a cabrio, the storage space is very good - we easily managed a 10-day week trip including (small) tent.

Selling due to a combination of changing circumstances and a need to switch to an automatic.

CHF 16'500.

PM me to view or if you have questions.

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Old 25.05.2017, 15:19
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Re: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

Last chance this weekend, before we trade it in as part of a new car purchase.
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Old 25.05.2017, 18:36
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Re: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

Just curious, what are you going to get? Thats already an aweosome car!
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Re: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

2-series automatic (convertible of course).
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Re: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

And you test-drove the 2 series and found that an improvement on the Z? Something does not compute....

Good luck with the sale, it's a fantastic car....
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Old 26.05.2017, 15:31
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And you test-drove the 2 series and found that an improvement on the Z? Something does not compute....

Good luck with the sale, it's a fantastic car....
Wait, he will trade in a manual Z for an automatic 2-series, I guess the wife had a "saying" in it.
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Re: 2008 Nissan 350Z Roadster

Here I am, dreaming of driving an automatic Lamborghini or Ferrari (or even a lesser animal would do), and you, people, give this person a hard time for wanting to move away from the cumbersome manual. What's wrong with automatic transmission?
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Here I am, dreaming of driving an automatic Lamborghini or Ferrari (or even a lesser animal would do), and you, people, give this person a hard time for wanting to move away from the cumbersome manual. What's wrong with automatic transmission?
What's wrong is asking for an automatic in the first place The Z is very much a driver's car - there is an automatic version too but it's with the manual that the driving gets really interesting.

What's funny is that the engine has loads of grunt and very long gear ratios, which actually means you need to shift gears a lot less than in a normal car. But with the Z you can't resist to downshift just for fun to get to hear more of _that_ exhaust sound...

But hey, it's perfectly understandable if one needs an automatic, there is the obvious convenience factor...
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Pretty good guess regarding reasons for selling. All traded-in now :-(

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