$29,990 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.6/10
Value: The Nissan 370Z is more expensive than many sports cars that are better-equipped and more refined. In fact, it’s average transaction prices are the highest in the class. It’s also one of the more expensive sports cars when considering overall costs of ownership.
Quality: The 370Z is not the best choice for many buyers. However, some people crave a traditional sports car with raw driving dynamics and no unnecessary frills or distracting technology. The rear-wheel-drive two-seater features a powerful V6 engine, athletic handling, and precise steering.