December 03, 2010

Nissan 370Z Roadster at RM382,520!

Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) had launched the fully imported Nissan 370Z Roadster in the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show 2010 (KLIMS 2010)! It's a full time two-seater convertible with a fully automatic power-operated soft top. The 370Z Roadster offers an exhilaration of open-air driving experience that you can't get from the coupe 370Z.

Like the 370Z coupe, the 370Z Roadster has the same exterior except for the soft-top roof. It's a good thing since the 370Z coupe's body is already a very sexy design. I've always love the 'boomerang' headlights and taillights! Those are very distinctive design!

The 370Z Roadster includes additional structural reinforcement over the 370Z Coupe, in both the A-pillars and side sills to compensate for the loss of the metal roof. The power-operated top only takes approximately 20 seconds from start-to-finish and is controlled by either a centre console-mounted switch.

The 370Z Roadster features a 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and an advanced VQ37VHR 332bhp 3.7cc engine. It also promises exceptional levels of acceleration and handling, while providing a comfortable interior with minimum wind buffeting – even with the top open. This is crucial for a cabriolet, especially soft-top cabriolet.The Nissan 370Z Roadster is available with a selling price starting from RM382,520 excluding road tax and insurance.

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3 Gossips:

Vin Tsen Gan said...

OMGIGOSH. Like finally! LOL. But it's too expensive lah, at least for now.

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Simone T said...

A cabrio with minimum buffeting is hard to come by. Probably it has some good tech to tackle these vices. Mine was so horrible at tackling these problems that I had to mount a wind deflector. But after the Windblox wind deflector has been installed, my top down drives have become surprisingly noise-free.

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