First Drive: 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster

Jeffrey Jablansky

Our test car's color combination - silver over maroon with a maroon top - is not for the faint of fashion, but the different hues mesh well. Aside from a retractable roof and some options, it was a familiar cockpit to enter, as I had recently driven our 370Z coupe test car. I like the intimate nature of the Z cockpit, whether it's covered by a fabric or steel roof. As for the 370Z roadster? It's nimble and precise, and it sports a disputably better profile than its sibling's bullfrog-like stance.

Jeffrey Jablansky, Intern

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