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The Top Gear car review: Nissan 370Z
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
This is where the 370 feels its age. Material quality is solid but cheap-feeling and Nissan’s infotainment system is behind the times. The seats are comfy, but as the wheel only adjusts for rake (and not reach) some will find it tricky to get comfortable. And if you’re tall you might struggle for headroom. There are no rear seats, not even tiny, sub-child ones, so bear that in mind. The Nismo gets sportier seats and an Alcantara-trimmed wheel.