2009 Nissan 370z Touring + Sport on 2040-cars
Korbel, California, United States
CLEAN TITLE pearl white Nissan 370z Touring and Sport package - fully loaded with Navi, heated leather seats, premium Boss sound system, and synchro rev match manual transmission. This car has been sold between a close groups. I know all of the previous owners and has been doing the maintenance for this car since day one. Unfortunately, I have to let it go because we just have a little boy and will need a bigger car. Mileage: 60,xxx (most are freeway miles since this is my daily commute car) Maintenance: - Penzoil Fully synthetic engine oil change every 5000 miles. - Redline MT85 Transmission fluid and Redline 75w90 Differential fluid change every 15,000 miles. - New spark plugs, coolant flush, OEM air filters and Hawk HPS brake pads were done at 50,xxx miles. - Since this is my daily driven car, I kept the engine completely stock and is in excellent condition without any oil leaks. - New Steering Lock has been replaced by Premier Nissan under recall. Upgrades: - 2016 Nismo front facia upgraded with all Nissan authentic OEM parts. - Fujimura Carbon Fiber Rear diffuser. - Eibach sway bars (stock sway bars will be provide to the new owner as well). - Koni Sport Shocks and Swift Spring (all 4 corners). - Whiteline premium polyurethane differential bushing upgraded to reduce vibration that OEM differential bushings cause by deteriorate over time. - South bend Clutch Stage 2 with Quiet Disk - South Bend Clutch DXD Black Billet Steel Flywheel (19lbs compare to 29lbs OEM flywheel) - ZSpeed HD Concentric Replacement Clutch Slave Cylinder (fix the well know OEM CSC failure in 370z) - RJM Clutch Pedal System upgraded for better clutch feel - Professional blacked out head light housing. - Morimoto D2S 3500 Lumens HID head light bulbs (brighter than OEM bulbs). - Passed Smog and registration has been renewed recently. - There are some minor scratches on the front bumper that are only visible when look at close distance. - Driver leather seat has small cracks due to normal wear and tear. ***The car has been in a parking lot incident where an old lady backup her car and dent the front bumper a bit only after a few months since the first owner bought the car off the dealer lot. Insurance was claimed to cover for the front bumper repair. Absolutely no frame damage at all. All tires wears evenly as well.
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Auto blogTue, 10 Sep 2013
Nissan has been on a roll lately, redesigning its core model line with all-new versions of the Altima, Pathfinder, Sentra and Versa Note released this year. But the Japanese automaker wouldn't leave out the Rogue, its second-best-selling model in the US.
Like the Range Rover Sport, Mitsubishi Outlander and Ford Explorer, the second-generation Nissan Rogue has gained an optional third row of seats for seven-passenger capability. Along with the middle and rear rows, the front passenger seat can also be folded flat for the benefit of cargo capacity, and the cabin has been redesigned for an airier look and feel.
Despite the added space inside, the new Rogue is only marginally larger than the model it replaces, with a 0.6-inch longer wheelbase offset by shorter overhangs front and rear. A lower drag coefficient ought to help reduce wind noise and improve fuel consumption as well.
No one appears to have a handle on the numbers, but more than a few owners are registering the same complaint about the CVT-equipped 2013 Nissan Pathfinder: that it "shudders" and loses power when accelerating from a standstill or at low speeds. According to posters at places like Pathfinder Talk, Edmunds, Auto Recalls for Consumers and About Automobile, it happens between about 20 to 40 miles per hour, the sensation is described as being like "driving over a rumble strip" and the power loss occurs for about three to four seconds.
ABC 13 in Houston rode with Pathfinder owner Marlise Holzworth to experience the issue, Holzworth saying that it feels like her vehicle is about to stop when the shudder occurs. Nissan responded to the report, saying that, "A new part has been developed for 2013 Pathfinders that exhibit symptoms similar to those Ms. Holzworth describes. The necessary part should be available at Nissan dealers in June."
Likewise, according to a post on the PathfinderTalk forum, user Krsin97 was informed by a Nissan engineer in April that "[We] are aware of the problem and Nissan is working on update that will come out at the end of June to eliminate the problem."
Renault isn't letting up with the return of its Alpine brand. After announcing a partnership with Caterham to bring a new Alpine to market by 2015 (now expected by 2016), the French firm has announced it is taking Alpine racing again in the European Le Mans Series this year - and that includes The 24 Hours of Le Mans.
It has been 35 years since Alpine last competed in Le Mans, when it won the race outright and dropped the mic as it left the pits, never to return. Before that, in the 11 years it campaigned in the most famous endurance race on the planet from 1963 to 1978, it took seven class wins.
Caterham won't be involved with the race team, however; that will be an effort spearheaded by the Signatech-Nissan team that has been running GT Academy winners in LMS racing. Alpine is preparing an LMP2 chassis that will get a 500-horsepower Nissan engine for this year's championship, with the first two named drivers being Nelson Panciatici (above right) and Pierre Ragues (above left). The third driver for Le Mans will be announced later this month when the racer is launched at the Le Castellet race track in southern France.