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 |  Jan 16 2014, 10:32 AM

7. Nissan 370Z Nismo

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It’s almost no surprise to see the popular Nissan 370Z Nismo on the list, priced from $43,830. The Japanese automaker’s sports car has reinvented the brand ever since the 350Z made its return back on the market. Powered by a 3.7-liter V6 with 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of torque, the 370Z Nismo isn’t just all about sheer acceleration – it’s a handling machine. With impressive braking power and impressive all-around performance, it’s one of the best sports coupes on the market money can buy. Don’t expect to get your MPG though, as the 370Z Nismo is gets a 18-mpg city, 26-mpg highway rating.

SEE ALSO: 2014 Nissan 370Z NISMO Gets New Look, Same Awesome Performance

  • Marcus

    Where exactly did you get the specs for the LT1? Try again.

  • kcoc

    Why is it that the Challenger won’t go easy on your budget at 16/25 mpg yet the BMW gets a suprising 15/22 mpg? You make it sound like the Challenger is a gas hog but you are happy w/ the worst mpg from the BMW. ?????.

  • JTL2

    I threw out this list once I saw a Ford Fiesta made it.

  • Machobunny

    If I believed this journalistic exercise I’d go buy a dozen
    Fiestas, wrap them in storage, and try to live another 20 years. I’d like to
    see the scoring sheets for these cars? Why the M5 — is there insider info
    that they plan to cease production soon?

    The Alpha I almost believe. They come and go on the market faster than a
    Mexican whore at a Justin Beiber party.

  • Robin Banks

    I don’t believe any “official” anything with spelling errors in the first sentence.