The infamous 350z vs 370z debate is a hot topic in the JDM community and for good reason. Nissan single-handedly changed the face of racing and affordable performance with the Z range.
They proved that it is possible for automakers to build high-performance sports cars at a price that many people can afford while introducing an entire generation to the pure joy of driving one.
In this guide we’ll cover the key differences between the 350z and 370z, see what it’s like to own either one, and decide which one’s worth buying.
Whether you’re on the track or off, suspension upgrades dramatically transform your driving experience. Most performance enthusiasts turn towards coilovers over lowering springs and regular shocks because of the added tunability.
In this guide, we’ll cover some of the best G35 coilovers you can buy, and help you choose the right one.
Tip: You will find that the Infiniti G35 and Nissan 350z have many interchangeable parts and that’s because both cars were built on the same platform.
They share a very similar chassis and the same 3.5 litre Nissan VQ V6 engine, though from factory they handle differently as they are built for different driving styles. Most Infiniti G35 Coupe coilovers also fit the Nissan 350z.