The New 2023 Nissan Z Is a Legend Revived

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  1. Note the Z Performance also comes with a limited-slip differential — another nice benefit over the Sport!

    1. Repent to Jesus Christ
      “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”
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  2. i am absolutely horrified to see how much dealerships end up charging for this. I’ll totally be in the market for one once they’re close to msrp.

    1. Lol the second world america broken dealership system. Literally can’t charge over MSRP where I am, but then again it IS a first world country after all

    2. Totally agree. I’d be all over it at msrp, maybe even a couple grand over, but at the 75-100k they’ll undoubtedly be marked up to, at least for a while, it’s a hard pass.

    3. @Bourboncat 92 Don’t know how they handle it in the US, but so far I’ve had great experience owning my Nissan Altima. No rip offs here..

    4. @whoa yeah here in the US their sales are declining. I see their vehicles on the road but not as much as they used to be. The newer generations

    1. @mbsnyderc but does the regulars mustang still have a mistake logo and a coyote engine? Yes yes

    2. @Grand Theft Gamer????

      The Mustang still exists. Not at all the same as like the Mitsubishi Eclipse.

    3. other performance legends having a bad case of contracting the mom car syndrome recently, those nissan doctors know how to care for their patients.

    4. @TwoZeroFiveZeroZero just watch. Once all cars become electric, the Mach e will be the takeover mustang. There will be no more real mustang within the next 20 years, they will all be electric

    5. @Grand Theft Gamer I agree we’ll see an electric Mustang but it’ll still be a two door performance vehicle.

  3. This car is a stunning departure from the norm in the automotive world. It doesn’t look like a spaceship or some horrific modern art like so many other offerings and the power train seems competent and targeted to the people who will actually buy it. The best thing I’ve seen roll out of a Nissan dealership in recent memory.

    1. @Zach Titan has the lowest rating of any truck out. Motor trend had the newer deisel titan in their long term test fleet and said it was the worst truck they have ever reviewed.

    2. @Seth N. It was actually based off the Datsun 280Z, so that may explain the look. It’s actually quite an accurate recalling of the original.

    3. This looks as horrific as any other Z I can’t imagine anyone but a 16 year old girl driving those things. This one looks even more ridiculous its like a modern dodge charger rear ended a Datsun from the 80s I bet that’s where the designers got the idea. I am however a fan of their infinity designs most of them look elegant, classy, and sporty to me this just looks like a joke like a honda civic coupe or a toyota celica.

  4. This really seems like a homerun product. I do not care that there is some carry over interior or a shared chasis. The chasis is still good, the interior is nice, and I don’t even notice different drive mods. It is a relatively simple sports car that fits between Corvette and Miata

    1. Repent to Jesus Christ
      “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”
      ‭‭Micah‬ ‭6:8‬ ‭NIV
      M

  5. I’ve never liked the Z enough to justify buying one, but I’m rooting for this one to be a success.

  6. This car is all around beautiful. Props to Nissan for this one compared to everything else getting released right now.

    1. Repent to Jesus Christ
      “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”
      ‭‭Micah‬ ‭6:8‬ ‭NIV‬‬
      I

  7. I love this car. I don’t love the vast price difference between the Sport and Performance, nor the fact that the Sport doesn’t have a limited-slip differential. Still, kudos to Nissan, and kudos to those who love shifting manuals for having this wonderful option.

  8. Everything you need, and nothing that you don’t. 3-pedals, no gimmicks, no million different modes. Love it. I hope they sell a boatload of them. Well done Nissan.

    1. @Brian Floster exactly. 0-60 of the auto vs manual means nothing to me. It’s less fun and engaging, no matter how you shake it.

    2. not need everything you want…ppl “NEED” the aids driver assitss etc…they could never drive a z or want one….us the wanters are all eyes and ears. like Porshe ppl I “want a manual” non porsche ppl they NEED a manual. Some rich dude is still gonna drive the 911 with paddles regardless

  9. I LOVE the fact that it doesn’t have any driver assist features. Car makers need to preserve that. This is a cool car.

  10. i actually love that the car isn’t over packed with technology, looks simpler and way cooler to me

  11. There is no such thing as a perfect sports car but if the base model had the limited-slip differential included, less weight and a slightly different front end, I think the 2023 Z would’ve been the undisputed sports car king under $45K.

  12. Just so we are clear, the “oval” taillights are horizontal right? Right guys? 😂 Last model’s exhaust note was the worst, sounded like someone screaming while gargling mouthwash. It’s the reason I’m not a big fan of V6 sounds. However this model sounds pretty decent when you drove it. Smoother like an I6. Great review Doug.

  13. Love everything about this. Great price, great features, great looks, great decisions that went into it. It’s just. Great.

  14. Hey. The voltmeter is definitely useful. Wish I had one of those before I left on a roadtrip and had to replace my battery in a parking lot. Not a huge deal but definitely more of a pain than doing it in my garage.

  15. Absolutely love this car. Nissan clearly has true enthusiasts working for them and I really appreciate the decisions they made.

  16. I cant wait to see modified versions of this, I’m sure the widebody versions are going to look insane. And the power gains you’ll get for $3k-$5k would cost $12k-$15k to get out of a 370z.

  17. A voltage gauge is far more important than you may realize. It’s typically one I add, especially in a limited use vehicle as you can see at a glance if the battery is topped off, and if the charging system is working properly. Much more telling than a warning light. Having it up and to the middle out of your immediate line of sight is also very handy. Notice they have a boost gauge in the performance screen, as well as water/oil temperature, diff temp, and oil pressure. All much more important “need to know right now” gauges, while the secondary boost gauge, turbine speed, and voltage are secondary but useful. I’d also love for manufacturers to stop “including” navigation. As long as you have car play/android auto, you have navigation. It’s also always up to date, and generally better.

  18. I really enjoy how Doug does smooth transitions from front to the back of the car to the engine to the driving experience.

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