The 2015 Nissan 370Z is a great sports car that is fun on the twisty roads on the weekends, but doesn’t punish you on your daily drive to work. Get down to Benton Nissan of Oxford, AL and see just how sporty your daily drive can be. We’re just a stone’s throw away from Anniston, and have some of the best selection in Alabama.
Porsche’s famous tag line is “there is no substitute”, and the 2015 Cayman is certainly a great car, but is it great enough to justify its premium price?,/p>
Even if you are made of money, a compelling argument can be made for the Nissan, and people with money to burn don’t like to waste it. The 2015 Cayman starts at $52,000, before adding any of the pricey options Porsche is famous for. To put that into perspective, you can buy a 2015 370Z, plus a Nissan Juke with 5 passenger practicality for the price of the Porsche. Just adding the optional automatic transmission to the Cayman increases the price to $55,800, which is almost $25,000 more than an automatic equipped 370Z.
With its huge price premium, you would expect the Cayman to beat the 370Z in every performance test you could measure, but it doesn’t. Power wise, the base 370Z has 57 more horsepower and NISMO models have 75 more than the Cayman, more lb-ft or torque too. The Cayman will go from 0-60mph in just 5.8 seconds, but that is still slower than the 370Z by half a second. They both stop from 60 mph in similar distances too, and can pull .9g on a skid pad.
If you compare the base model 370Z you will find you get several features Porsche wants to charge extra for, like HID headlights, proximity key and automatic climate control. But since the top of the line 370Z Touring is still priced $14,000 less than base model Cayman, let’s look at the standard features in that model. In the 370Z Touring you get standard:
The 2015 Nissan 370Z packs plenty of real world performance in an attractive shape, at an affordable price. Take one for a test drive today at Benton Nissan of Oxford, AL and see how much fun driving one can be.View Inventory