2022 New York Auto Show: Nissan Z | Consumer Reports

2022 New York Auto Show: Nissan Z | Consumer Reports 1

At this year's New York International Auto Show, Nissan showcased its new Z — with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine making 400 horsepower paired to either a 6-speed manual or 9-speed automatic transmission.

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27 Comments on "2022 New York Auto Show: Nissan Z | Consumer Reports"

  1. Great review!!!

  2. Lots of cheap looking plastics in the interior… typical nissan.

  3. Leanne Vande Kew | April 13, 2022 at 8:46 PM | Reply

    An unfortunate marketing choice considering the Russian tanks in the war in Ukraine.

    • @KP-48 heard the Russian army uses Z as a symbol of some sort

    • @Lina Bae this car is targeting 20s+ who wants something sporty, fun to drive and know the Z history, wouldn’t decide to cancel order or hate car suddenly for the fact that symbol that means something in nissan z because it means something else in Russia or whatever.

  4. Nice work

  5. I loved my 77 280Z and this kinda reminds me of it. I love the twin turbo charged 6. Has potential to be a badass sports car.

  6. Thanks Consumer Reports

  7. I don’t know why they make these cars with ICE engines. Like why make sports cars w/ these outdated power trains???

    • It takes years to develop new cars. Automobile development occurs at a glacial pace compared with consumer electronics. When the Z was going through early planning stages and product development, probably nobody was thinking about electrifying it.

    • The budget was only $240 million for this upgrade of the 370. A new car from scratch is over a billion.

  8. When does it arrive at dealerships?

  9. Pete Galindez | April 14, 2022 at 7:50 AM | Reply

    I love everything on it except the front grille from straight on…too square and looks like a Walmart Aston Martin! LOL

  10. Oh does this remind me of the one I got in August of 1970. Of course that one was a little cheaper. I’m to old for this car now, but it does bring back a lot of memories. I was so cool back then!

  11. Gotta love Nissan spending 3 years rolling out a sports car built on a 20 year chassis. Just release the thing already.

    • Supplier issues and the chip shortage is the problem right now. The chassis is not 20 years old either. The 370 was a huge change from the 350.

  12. Girolamo Candela | April 14, 2022 at 11:43 AM | Reply

    This will be the last ice “Z”, next generation will be the all new “EVZ”

  13. Consumer Reports knows nothing about Nissan sports cars

  14. Bruce Williams | April 14, 2022 at 11:58 AM | Reply

    If I was twenty years younger, I’d buy one!

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