The 2020 Nissan 370Z is old enough to be an awkward 12-year old middle school student. With an interior that was barely modern in 2009 and a gravely powertrain to match, the Z’s old-school approach may put some potential buyers off. As far as pure sports car experiences go, however, sometimes age is a merit.

We give the 370Z 4.6 overall, taking its stale styling and features into account but giving praise for its handling and value. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

After debuting for model year 2009, the 370Z has barely changed on the inside or outside since. The interior felt dated then, but the 370Z’s exterior hasn’t aged as poorly thanks to clean, classic lines. For 2020, the Z sports car line celebrates half a century of existence, so a new 50th Anniversary Edition is available with white and red or silver and black paint job, power seats, and special upholstery for…

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