New to the forum and the world of the Nissan 350Z's, so howdy!
I'm deciding which year and model to buy, and so far after searching around the forum and hearing people's opinions about the difference in models, its going to be an 2007 model. I personally not to fond about the earlier model's headlights, it looks rather odd and was further put off by it not having xenon HID as standard, and further again being the most under powered (though power is not an issue, i rather use my driving skills to make up for a lack of power, but that's another story).
I'm not interested in the anniversary edition at all, and MY06 models have that oil consumption issue which i can definately live without the stress/hassle of having to deal with that.
So 2007 it is, its the most powerful, xenon HIDs, and its about 2yrs old (almost going to be 3yrs when the year turns), so its not that old.
My question is for those who have compared your models with with other variants... What is the difference between the Track and the Touring model?!
According to redbook, its not a whole great lot...
Dynamic Stability Control
a detachable bump on its bum called a spoiler
Active Head rests................................. >_<
I never driven a car hard enough with dynamic stability control before to know what it feels like, and i think i prefer to rely on my driving skills to compensate
The only thing i'm concerned about is the Brembo Brakes on the track model, as in i would love to have them. I had upgraded brakes on my previous car and did track it once a month... and yes, i 'was' a track whore back then.. but now, being engaged... i've been whipped... (poor me), so i may not be going to the track as often as i would have back then but occasionally, yes. Is there a massive difference in the brembo brakes and the touring brakes on the street, and 'how much' of a difference is there on the track? Let say for argument sakes, the brake pads and rotors are stock and worn in.
The reason why i ask is there is one in WA at the moment that i've got my eye on, but its a touring model...
Thanks in advance guys, and of course correct me if i'm wrong!!