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Nice little 350z article on Pistonheads...


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#1 Chubbs

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 07:54 PM

https://www.pistonhe...z-spotted/39084

 

"As good as they are to drive, four cylinder sports cars like the Porsche 718 Cayman and Alpine A110 will forever lack the aural quality of a better-endowed oldie like the 350Z. No amount of pops and crackles can match the glorious induction growl and silky exhaust note of an atmospheric V6."


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#2 JohnFK

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 08:18 PM

That just cheered me up Chubbs and I havent read the article yet. Thanks
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#3 A Pair Of Flabby Wings

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 10:58 PM

Not so much a "nice little article" as a "blooming wonderful . . ." one.

 

It cheered me up enormously too, and :"No amount of pops and crackles can match the glorious induction growl and silky exhaust note of an atmospheric V6." ought to be compulsorily included in every single car advert.  Even for fully electrics.


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2007 350Z - You'll get there when you get there, and that'll be fine. It's a better way to travel, and a much nicer way to live.
2004 Yaris 1.3 - It takes a little longer, but you'll get there when you get there, and that'll be fine. It's a better way to travel, and a much nicer way to live.