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VIDEO: How does the Nissan Z handle in “Znow”?

Friday, February 16th, 2018
Yellow Nissan 370Z equipped to handle all snowy conditions

2018 Nissan 370Z takes to the snow

When it comes to a roadster, drivers expect a lot. One thing that isn’t usually high on the list is snow-ready performance. That’s about to change! True to Nissan’s trailblazing style, the automaker has released this video if their Nissan 370Z souped up to handle any and all snow you could throw at it. This model isn’t for sale but is a great example of Nissan ingenuity and power. Check out this post to see what this model can do in the snow! (more…)

Getting to Know the Nissan Sports Cars

Sunday, June 28th, 2015
Nissan Sports Cars Montgomery

Nissan Sports Cars Montgomery

When most people think of Nissan, they picture the reliable vehicles that the average person drives, such as sedans, SUVs, and even pickup trucks. In reality, however, Nissan offers more variety than this, including several different sports cars perfect for those seeking adventure.

370Z Coupe

The 2015 Nissan 370Z Coupe is designed for performance, with a 53/47 weight distribution, paddle shifters, 14-inch disc brakes, and 332 horsepower thanks to the 3.7-liter V6 engine. The current model is the result of 40 years of innovation, and it offers trunk space without sacrificing its sporty feel. Pick from the SynchroRev Match Manual Transmission and 7-speed automatic to further customize your 370Z Coupe.

370Z Roadster

The 370Z Roadster is a related design, but with a different body structure. The roadster lets you change it into a convertible in 20 seconds, perfect for enjoying the summer Alabama breeze. Most of the other performance features, including the 3.7-liter V6 engine, are the same as in the 370Z Coupe, and the Roadster has 3 trims to choose from.


The Nissan GT-R made a name for itself long ago, but for the 2016 model, the suspension has been recalibrated to reduce load fluctuations. There are also new advanced headlights that adjust illumination to match the driving speed, as well as new interior choices. The GT-R still has its legendary aerodynamic design and runs on a 545-horsepower 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine.

Take any of these Nissan sports cars on a test drive at Jack Ingram Nissan, and soon you will be driving around Montgomery, Alabama, with plenty of power under the hood.