The fastest and easiest way to find out what model your Nissan 350Z is to directly call Nissan with your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and they will be able to tell you.Answer
The Nissan 350Z section of the Nissan website differentiates all of the features of each 350Z Model. I'd go there and match the features YOU have to the Z Model listed....Here's the link:
if it's a touring it will have leather seats heated seats and basic brakes if it's a track it will have cloth seats and brembo brakes if it's an enthusiast it will have cloth seats and manual seats
5.7 on a Touring model.
The sub model is- Sport, touring, grand touring.
In real railroad slang, a sub-genre of foamer, any railroad enthusiast or fan who doesn't work in the trade.
Model train enthusiast groups can often be found advertised in model train shops, or by asking the owner as they are likely to be an enthusiast themselves. Alternatively there are lots of model train websites online that may be able to point you to a local group in your area.
The 2010 Mazda A6 has a sport touring model. Most vehicles that have are sport touring are typically motorcycles.
Nissan is the make, Altima is the model. Earlier model years were sold as the "Sentra Altima".
Yes, several chips for 1995 Nissan pickups are available. Try searching on ebay, google, or other online stores for chips that match your make, model, and year.
the SLS has a 275 BHP and 300 Ft.-lb. engine and i believe air ride suspension all around the STS has a 300 BHP and 295 Ft.-lb engine and auto dampening front suspension the general advertising difference between them is that the STS is the higher end model performance model, and the SLS is the grand touring model
A 1909 Ford Model T Touring car base price was $850.
depends which model
i think about 850.00