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  1. No they are very rare - its fun to look at other makes and models which people consider to be exclusive and see how many there are 😃
  2. This may be a better one - Car Registered for the first time by Quarter. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/942253/veh0160.ods If you add all those up you get the total and you can see the numbers per quarter of each year. Roughly V1's were from June/July 2013 to July 2014. Although there were both V1/V2's available together until early 2015 and I know of one car which wasn't registered until May 2015 - but its going to be as accurate as possible. Somewhere in one of the Nismo threads I list the number of V1's registere
  3. DVLA also has raw data to be viewed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistical-data-sets/all-vehicles-veh01 The problem is the Nismo's got mixed up in 2014 between the V1 and V2 - there are a few V2's listed as V1's but 2015 onwards should be accurate. 370Z DVLA.pdf
  4. The how many site seems to have issues at the moment. There are definitely more than the V1 but when I last looked it wasn't that high - I seem to recall there were more of some McLarens than the 370z models. So its fairly rare. When they sort their certificate out - I will take a look but the site is coming up as insecure at the moment so I cannot trust connecting too it.
  5. The V1 Cars were all limited run (Big Wings) - so we have a individual serial number plaque behind the drivers seat you can just make it out in this picture (Towards the Middle). The V2's didn't have this. The V1 was limited to just over 100 cars in the UK and some of them didn't make it through GT Academy.
  6. I had a BMW 123d between the two Zeds and it was a utter nightmare to own, it should have been great - but I hated it. In the dealer 13 times in 3 years and I hated the conditional servicing always something on the dash needing to be done. But in the end you need to do what is right for you. I had Hondas - and they were Bullet proof prior to the Zeds, but in all honesty even as a daily driver the Zed was no problem, and gets a lot more attention than the cars everyone see's all the time. But in the end it will be down to what you feel. I know cars will come and go but the Zed will alw
  7. I am going to be hated - but I have a confession I pretty much only ran the 350z on Supermarket Unleaded for its entire life - never missed a beat but you could feel the difference when I ran it on VPower. The Nismo I have only run on VPower all its life apart I think from perhaps two fills of the Tesco stuff. But I can say I ran the 350z on unleaded. (I expect my membership to be revoked).
  8. New mats have arrived and even have small mats for behind the seats. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. List Price of the Nismo at time of it ending sale was more than £40k in the UK but at the end of 2017 it was £38050 according to the Archive of their site: https://web.archive.org/web/20161229001324/https://www.nissan.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/370z/prices-specifications.html The V1 Nismo RRP was £37k in 2014. So the price went up 3k in those years and no one in 2014 paid the RRP price. So it did gently go up. I didn't realize when it ended it was a £40k car.
  10. I put in November 2017 and got this _ I don't know what the date of registration is but if you have it feed it into this site: https://carfueldata.vehicle-certification-agency.gov.uk/new-vehicle-tax.aspx Choose used Car Registered after 1st April 2017 as the option. So according to the site it would be £150 a year Find the cost of tax for used cars registered on or after 1 April 2017 NISSAN 370Z Euro6, 2016 3.7 V6 328ps, M6 The information below shows the cost of vehicle tax for the car you selected. It also shows the car's CO2 emi
  11. Nope mate you read about it. From what I have seen its a 370z Chassis and built up from there. 3ltr Twin Turbo Engine - sounds great so far doesn't it. Alas though it has no way of passing the Europe Emissions standards and won't be coming to us or Europe and if this pandemic continues we will see if it even happens. The next Zed we will see is likely to be EV or similar. The 370z will be the last Petrol Zed in the UK - unless someone thinks different?
  12. One owner could be the dealer to pre register the car happens a lot. If it’s too young to have a MOT you can’t do it but if not check it’s MOT history online that often tells if there are underlying issues. If in warranty all is well anyway. Search for the reg online and see if any pictures come up as well or if it’s been a press car. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Fraid not only what is in dealer stock but cannot order a build now. They are gone and the new one isn't likely to come to Europe either. When they are gone they are gone.
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