Nissan Fairlady

The Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) JDM Car is a two-door, two-seat sports car manufactured by Nissan Motor from 2002 to 2009 and represents the fifth generation of Nissan’s Z-Car line. Production of the 350Z began in 2002 and was sold as a 2003 model from August 2002. The Roadster didn’t make its debut until the following year, so there was only a coupe in the first year.

There are 2 Different Versions of Fairlady:

Versions of Nissan Fairlady Z33 JDM Car:

Initially, the coupe was available in base, mania, performance, touring, and truck versions, but the Roadster was limited to mania and touring trim levels. The truck trim had lightweight wheels and Brembo brakes, but the suspension setup was the same as all other coupes.

Features of 350Z:

The Nissan 350Z JDM Car has been taken over by the 2009 model 370Z.The 350Z is a front engine, rear wheel drive, two-door, two-seater sports car designed by Ajay Panchal of Nissan Design America in 2000 in San Diego, California. This program was inspired by the success of the 240Z concept model in 1998. The JDM Car uses the long hood short deck design typical of the Z-Car family.

Exterior Design:

Exterior design of Nissan Fairlady JDM Carhighlights include a fastback-style sloping arched roofline, unique brushed aluminum door handles, a high waistline, and arched fenders that extend to the corners of the vehicle.

Interior Design:

The interior design of Nissan Fairlady JDM Car is accented with matt aluminum. The main watch sleeve is mounted directly on the steering column, so it matches the setting of the steering wheel. Additional measuring instruments are installed in the Sen Turtle Ripple Game Cluster. The touring model is equipped with a Bose Sound System with 8-inch Bose subwoofers behind the six CD changer and the driver’s seat.

 There is no traditional glove box inside 350z, but there is a storage partition between the two seats. In the 2006 model year, 350Z received a change in the central periodic facelift.

Engine Specifications:

Nissan Fairlady JDM Car introduced the circuit in mid-2005, the 35th Anniversary Edition with the VQ35DE 300HP / 260TQ “Revup ” engine and 6-speed manual transmission model was offered at all trim levels with manual transmission options. The VQ35DE with a rating of 287 hp (291 hp; 214 kW) and torque of 371 N⋅m (274 lb ⋅ ft) continued to be offered with a 5-speed automatic transmission only. Additions included a bi-xenon projector, a revised front fascia, new LED tail lights, interior trim changes, and speed-sensitive steering. 

Trim levels above the Base Mania package have undergone a brake system upgrade that includes a larger brake booster, front dual piston calipers, and larger diameter brake discs.

Touring Version of 350Z:

The touring and grand touring models of Nissan Fairldy JDM Car come standard with radio steering control, making MP3 CD compatibility and satellite radio available options. In the 2007 model, the 350Z received another modest update. VQ35DEV6 has been replaced by the new VQ35HRV6. Using the revised SAE-certified performance benchmark, we generated 306 hp (310 hp; 228 kW) at 6800 rpm and 363 N⋅m (268 lb ⋅ ft) at 4800 rpm. The VQ35HR had a rev boost to 7500 rpm and more torque over the entire rev range. The bonnet has been redesigned with a bulge reminiscent of the original 240Z to accommodate the increased height of the new VQ35HR deck. In the United States, the trim level was narrowed down to 350Z (base), enthusiast, touring, grand touring and NISMO, but in Europe the same trim level was maintained. Bluetooth was added to the 2007 model.

Models of Nissan FairladyJDM Car:

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