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G35 versus 350Z


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hp @ 6200RPM

350Z = 287hp , 214 KW

g35 = 280hp , 208.8 KW

torque @ 4800RPM

350z = 371.5 NM

g35 = 366 NM

wheelbase

350Z = 2650mm

G35 = 2850mm

overall length

350z = 4315mm

g35 = 4628mm

overall width

350z = 1815mm

g35 = 1816mm

Overall height

350z = 1320mm

g35 = 1392mm

coefficient of drag

350Z = ?

g35 = .29 (.28 with aero)

seating configuration

350Z = 2 seats

g35 = 2+2

curb weight

350z = man 1463kg, auto 1468kg

g35 = 1549kg

weight distribution

350z = 53/47

g35 = 52/48

fuel tank

350z = 76 L

g35 = 75.71 L

head room

350z = ?

g35 = front 995.7mm, rear 881.4mm

leg room

350z = ?

g35 = front 1113mm

shoulder room

350z = ?

g35 = front 1361mm

City L per km

350z = ?

g35 = ?

Im not sure if all these numbers are correct

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from a Japanese site, and translated using babblefish:

350Z Fairlady Z version ST

Standard-vehicle itself price (Tokyo area) 360 ten thousand Yen drive system FR car names type UA-Z33 transmission 6MT size weight fixed capacity door several total length x full x total height 4310 x 1815 x 1315 mm interior long x interior width x interior high 1000 x 1475 x 1100 mm wheel based 2650 mm roadspace 120 mm vehicle weight 1450 kg riding in a car fixed capacity 2 name door several 3 standard color black/橙/the red/blue/pearl option color diamond silver/the sparkling silver/premium liquid silver engine type there is a DOHC V type 6 cylinder LEV and the type VQ35DE turbo is not total cubic displacement 3498 cc use fuel unleaded premium gasolines Fuel tank capacity 80 L efficiency highest outputs 280 ps (205.94 kw)/6200 rpm largest torques 37 kg m (362.85 N m)/4800 rpm power weight ratio 5.18 kg/ps fuel consumption rate (10/15 mode travelling) 9.7 km/L minimum turning radius 5.4 m power transmissions running gear tire ago after 245/45R18 225/45R18 91W 96W? Brake system (before) ventilated disk type brake system (after) ventilated disk type suspension (before) multi-link type suspension (after) multi-link system

Sorry for the poor english! :P

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And the V35 350 GT premium:

Standard-vehicle itself price (Tokyo area) 356 ten thousand Yen drive system FR car names type UA-CPV35 transmission 6MT size weight fixed capacity door several total length x full x total height 4640 x 1815 x 1395 mm interior long x interior width x interior high 2025 x 1455 x 1135 mm wheel based 2850 mm roadspace 125 mm vehicle weight 1530 kg riding in a car fixed capacity 4 name door several 2 standard color black/the silver/pearl option color burning lead-lead/crystal blue engine type there is a DOHC V type 6 cylinder LEV and the type VQ35DE turbo is not total cubic displacement 3498 cc use fuel unleaded premium gasoline fuel tank capacity 80 L efficiency highest outputs 280 ps (205.94 kw)/6200 rpm largest torques 37 kg m (362.85 N m)/4800 rpm power weight ratio 5.46 kg/ps fuel consumption rate (10/15 mode travelling) 9.3 km/L minimum turning radius 5.7 m power transmissions running gear tire ago after 245/45R18 225/45R18 91W 96W? Brake system (before) ventilated disk type brake system (after) ventilated disk type suspension (before) independent suspension multi-link type suspension (after) independent suspension multi-link system

They're both cool! :P

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