The two-seat 2014 Nissan Z sports car is available as a Coupe hatchback or soft-top convertible. There are three trim levels: base, touring and Nismo Coupe only. The 2014 Nissan Z standard features include 18-inch wheels, summer tires, automatic bi-xenon headlights, the LED running lights, heated mirrors, the keyless ignition/entry, cruise control, the automatic climate control, tilt wheel and a leather-wrapped steering four-speaker sound system with CD player and an audio auxiliary jack. The Roadster trades the Coupe’s roof fixed for a soft top power-operated.
2014 Nissan Z trim adds an eight-speaker Bose sound system with six-Change-CD with satellite radio heated power seats, leather/faux Suede Upholstery, a rear cargo cover, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Bluetooth phone and network. The Roadster also gets heated and air seats. Both trims can be equipped with Sport package, which adds a limited-slip difference, -19 inch forged wheels alloy, improved brakes and suspension dampers, the SynchroRev Match manual and automatic transmission Rev-matching, a spoilers rear and front chin spoilers. Navigation I toured the package adds a navigation system with 7-inch creen display, Bluetooth Connectivity for audio, rearview camera and an iPod/ USB audio interface.
2014 Nissan Z Nismo Coupe to get a version of V6 power and improved versions of the same or of the Sport package. Tweaks include the beauty of the unique front fascias and rear adding 6-inch length of his car, a wing of a prominent building and special Nismo interior trim details. Otherwise, the same Nismo Z, although the optional Bose package adds to the program’s looking at Bose audio, Bluetooth phone communication with the mirror auto-dimming.
2014 Nissan Z Interior
The 2014 Nissan Z interior features an attractive design highlighted by Classic Z-car, three-gauge cluster on the dashboard. Things are surprisingly upscale, with soft-touch surfaces and only Metallica would not look out of place in an Infiniti. IZ’s seats are comfortable and supportive if you have a quality manual or optional power adjustment. Despite the lack of a telescoping adjustment for the steering wheel, the driving position is near ideal, in part because the estimate of primary tilt in conformity with the wheel. One downside to the styling of the car is the thick rear roof pillars and small windows make for limited visibility out the back and i Ambience world that some people may find that balance.
The Roadster’s power top is a little pokey current standards, which requires 20 seconds to go down, love that folds itself under a hard tonneau cover color-matched in the end. Since the majority of sports cars, the load space is scarce, with only 6.9 cubic feet of storage under the hatchback Coupe and a paltry 4.2 cubic feet in the convertible box.
2014 Nissan Z Engine
The 2014 Nissan Z Nismo is powered by a V6 3.7-liter engine that produces 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. A walk in the manual six-speed is normal, but if you choose the model view, you get SynchroRev Match, which automatically blips the throttle during downshifts to bring about a smooth and quick shifts. A seven-speed automatic with shift paddles is optional, and the Rev-matching system of its own. In performance testing, a 2014 Nissan Z Coupe with the Sport package and a manual transmission accelerated to 60 Mph from zero just 5.1 seconds, while the Roadster survive done in 5.5 seconds. EPA-estimated fuel economy of the Coupe is 21 MPG combined (18 MPG MPG city/26 highway) with the manual; the automatic checks in at 22 MPG combined (19 city/26 highway). Oil wealth Roadster’s slightly worse at 20 combined (17 city/25 highway) with the manual and 21 and automatic.
The 2014 Nissan Z Nismo has a special version tuned to the same V6 engine that produces 350 hp and 276 LB-ft of torque. The manual six-speed Synchro Rev Match is the only transmission offered. Inspection of the vehicle and make better of the two offered no improvement in 0-60 Mph speed over the standard Z, while another, perhaps because of the tricky situation of this campaign Z in the track, in fact, a little at 5.4 seconds. The EPA did not separately evaluated by the economy’s Nismo oil.
2014 Nissan Z Safety
2014 Nissan Z comes standard with antilock brakes, traction control and stability and the side airbag. The Coupe has a side curtain airbag, while the Roadster’s side airbag to move on in order to preserve their head. The rearview camera is available via the travel package offered on touring model. In brake testing, the 2014 Nissan Z Coupe and the brakes improve the Sport package with 19-inch summer performance tires and stopped from 60 Mph in an excellent 101 feet, while the Roadster with the Sport package took only 5 more feet to stop. However, in contrast, the most recent 2014 Nissan Z Nismo we tested posted for long distance 126 feet: very poor this class of car on summer tires.