The manual transmission features close-ratio gearing from 1st to 5th speed ranges for high-performance driving and an overdrive 6th speed for long-legged highway fuel economy and reduced engine noise. Additional reinforcement was added at the door openings and a triple-member was added to the seating area connecting the sides to the floor structure to provide enhanced rigidity. Seatbelt fasteners were also added to help keep seatbelts from flapping in the wind. For 2006, the front end appearance of the Z has been refreshed with a revised front bumper, headlights and grille design. Another interior feature on the Z® Coupe is an integrated aluminum rear suspension strut tower brace. Lighter pistons and connecting rods trim mass, allowing the engine to respond and rev more freely, while lightweight, hollow camshafts help reduce energy losses when the engine is running.
The base cushion is firm and long for additional support, while bolster cutouts under the thighs optimize pedal operation. The long list of standard equipment includes automatic temperature control, a lockable rear luggage box behind the passenger seat, center console with solid aluminum look, power windows with auto one-touch up and down, power door locks, aluminum pedals except base model and HomeLink® Universal Transceiver except base model. A lockable luggage box capable of storing a briefcase is standard. The Z® also features a lightweight, one-piece, carbon fiber reinforced plastic driveshaft unit. The trunk has up to 4.
A built-in seat heater is also available for those sundown rides. Another interior feature on the Z Coupe is an integrated aluminum rear suspension strut tower brace. To open, with the transmission in Park or Neutral manual transmissions , release the latch located directly above the middle windshield area , push the brake pedal and hold the button located to the left of the steering column and the top opens. Standard 350Z Roadster Enthusiast features include power seats, power-operated soft top, electrically operated storage cover, rear wind deflector, 18-inch cast aluminum-alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights, automatic climate control, a choice of 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission and more. In addition, Sparco provides a lot of high grade car, sport and bucket seats.
In addition, the Z features standard dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors, seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters. A lockable luggage box capable of storing a briefcase is standard. In good, usable working condition. Also offered on the Z® Roadster are Burnt Orange ventilated leather-trimmed net seats Touring and Grand Touring only. The three-lock, single latch system was created to give a more secure seal, while also making the opening and closing process easier.
For 2006, the standard rack-and-pinion steering system receives a new vehicle speed-sensitive power assist, which provides comfortable steering effort at both low and high speeds. For 2006, the standard rack-and-pinion steering system receives a new vehicle speed-sensitive power assist, which provides comfortable steering effort at both low and high speeds. The Roadster Grand Touring automatic is new for 2006. The rear strut tower brace is bolted and welded in place, allowing use of the hatchback body design without sacrificing rear body rigidity. Key features include a double-panel floor, a double front bulkhead and large-section doorsills.
The Z also features a lightweight, one-piece, carbon fiber reinforced plastic driveshaft unit. The 2006 350Z Roadster is offered in three models: Enthusiast, Touring and Grand Touring. When you need new seats or seat components for your vehicle, you can always rely on Sparco! As a result, the Z® Roadster is among the leading competitors for low interior noise with the top down. Every Z comes with a standard 3. The orifice sets are controlled by a solenoid valve and electrical control units. Models and Options}0} The 2006 350Z Coupe is available in five models — 350Z, Enthusiast, Touring, Track manual transmission only and the Grand Touring.
Both a 6-speed close-ratio manual and 5-speed automatic transmissions are available manual transmission only on Coupe Track model. One of the other major changes for 2006 is the use of standard 18-inch cast aluminum-alloy wheels 17-inch wheels were standard in previous years. Standard features on all models include the 3. As a result, the Z Roadster is among the leading competitors for low interior noise with the top down. The heart and soul of the Z, since the original 1970 model, is its engine. Supplemental front seat side-impact side air bags and side-impact curtain air bags are optionally available to further enhance side-impact protection side-impact curtain air bags are not available on the Z® Roadster due to the lack of a fixed hardtop. The 2006 350Z Roadster is offered in three models: Enthusiast, Touring and Grand Touring.
And, unlike other convertibles in its class, the top stows compactly under a lightweight powered tonneau cover, completely hiding the top when down. Other standard Z design elements include an aluminum hood, distinctive vertical door handles and heated outside mirrors. Models equipped with the 5-speed automatic transmission are rated at 287 horsepower. Design cues passed on from the first-generation Z include the long nose and short deck styling, triangular cabin form and the lines extending from the arch-shaped roof to the hatchback opening. Aluminum block and heads reduce engine weight, contributing to improved fuel economy and performance. The brace is finished to match the rest of the rear compartment and carries a Z logo, which is visible from outside the vehicle.
For 2006, the 350Z is again available in Coupe and Roadster body styles and in an array of models — five for the Coupe and three for the Roadster. Three new exterior colors are available for 2006: Silver Alloy, Magnetic Black, and Interlagos Fire. Activating the top is a simple process. The redline is 7,000 rpm for manual transmission models and 6,600 rpm for automatic transmission Z®s. A key component to reducing interior noise is a tempered glass wind deflector located between the seats that directs wind out and over the cabin. Along with the three new exterior colors for 2006, the Z is available in LeMans Sunset, Redline, Daytona Blue, Pikes Peak White and Silverstone. All manufacturer names, symbols, and descriptions used in our images and text are used solely for identification purposes only.
For 2006, the dramatic Nissan 350Z sports car receives its first comprehensive updating since its introduction in the United States market in August 2002. One of the other major changes for 2006 is the use of standard 18-inch cast aluminum-alloy wheels 17-inch wheels were standard in previous years. The upper side bolster is sculpted in the middle for easy shifting and steering, while the lower side bolster is designed wider and deeper to keep the driver squarely behind the wheel. Along with the three new exterior colors for 2006, the Z® is available in LeMans Sunset, Redline, Daytona Blue, Pikes Peak White and Silverstone. The brace is finished to match the rest of the rear compartment and carries a Z® logo, which is visible from outside the vehicle. In addition, roof rails and side panels are laser-welded for a strong, accurate fit.