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Nissan 370Z Suspension Technology

Nissan 370Z Suspension Technology, A Look Underneath the 370Z!

By Mike Kojima

Thanks to, we were invited to the first public viewing of the Nissan 370Z.  While other Journalists busied themselves by jostling for a chance to photograph the outside, sit inside or eat the tasty burritos and tacos provided for the event, we got down and dirty, crawling on the ground to look at the underpinnings so we could try to get a more technical view of the car.

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Paintless Dent repair

motoIQ Tech Exclusive! Paintless Dent Repair

If you are into cars, it’s inevitable that your nice shiny new ride will accumulate its share of ugly and annoying dents and dings no matter how careful you are when parking.  Even the stored garage queen is not immune to this sort of damage.  Some of you have kids, some have crowded garages full of stuff that falls over.  Some of you have spouses or SO’s that think your obsession with cars is dumb and park the car any old where when you are not around.


370Z Automatic transmission shifter driveline

Nissan 370Z Drivetrain Tech

By Mike Kojima

The Nissan 370Z's drive train is state of the art with innovative features for both the automatic and manual versions of the transmission. These features should give the Nissan 370Z a significant performance edge over other cars in its price category.  The 370Z is available with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission and a close-ratio but wide gearing range 7-speed automatic transmission.

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Nissan 370z on Dyno

We Dyno the Nissan 370Z (2 NEW Videos)!

By Mike Kojima

With Nissan claiming some awesome production power numbers for the 370Z, we decided to put the car through a dyno test to see if Nissan is able to back up their claims on actual production cars.  Our test mules are both sport model 370Zs, bone stock from the dealer with just a few hundred break in miles.

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Nissan 370Z brakes

Nissan 370Z Brake Tech- Stop it Now!

By Mike Kojima

Speed in itself is not dangerous, very rapid deceleration is!  For this reason, brakes are the most important system of any high performance car. The Nissan 370Z does not disappoint in the braking department.

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