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2003 Nissan 350z Runs Great, A Head Turner on 2040-cars

US $12,999.00
Year:2003 Mileage:107850
Location:

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States

This is my 2003 Nissan 350z, this car is definitely a head turner but it is time for me to get something with 4 seats. This car is definitely a great value, a fun car to drive and a great car to have to make your commutes to work fun.

I tinted the windows out last summer along with getting the rims painted black. This car is in excellent condition and I have never had any problems since I bought it. It is a great car to drive on the highway since it is fast when you want it to be and gets good mileage when cruising (when you're actually going the speed limit) it gets a little over 30mpg highway. I have ran premium fuel the whole time I have owned it and never missed an oil change. 

I also put in a Pioneer head unit which is touchscreen with a dvd option, along with that I added 2 Pioneer 12" subwoofers into the boot of the car. Which if you do not know what that means, they are  LOUD! This car is definitely a head turner running down the road.

Please serious buyers only, I get a lot of calls about the car. Will do a trade if the right offer appears.  Text me at 815-910-2334 to inquire about the car.

Nissan 350Z for Sale

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Like a mad scientist, Dr. Dodd went to work blending chemicals and fragrances to design a smell that matches the Leaf's Earth-friendly, zero-emission attitude. Once the "scent of the future" is transformed into the lovely Santa-driving, Leaf-shaped air freshener you see above, Nissan of Europe will be giving one to its employees, Leaf customers and "select electric car fans." Sadly, EV - and scent - enthusiasts here in the US will be stuck with the tried-and-true pine tree air freshener.
We don't want to ruin exactly what Dodd finally came up with for the "scent of the future," but you can find out for yourselves in the video and press release posted below.

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