Found this quick comparison: https://dustrunnersauto.com/350z-vs-370z
Personally, I wanted a brand new car, but if that was not the case my top reasons for a comparable aged/trimmed 370 vs 350 are as follows:
- Sleeker styling: Rear fender flares, back of the car look, rear boomerang lighting vs. 350 with backups built into bumper, door handles, no rear wiper or external antennae on 370
- Quicker: 0-60 at 4.5s vs. 5.1s and 1 s faster in 1/4 mile, 370 is lighter, lower, and wider.
- More powerful: stock 32 horses more (over 10%) than 350 with more torque & higher RPM
Both are highly modable/customizable and comparative rates.
Ultimately, if you are still on the fence then I highly suggest driving both before making your final decision. When I say driving, I mean be aggressive. Push the pedal to the floor, take some winding roads, slam on the brakes hitting a corner, etc. These cars were made to drive and you are selling yourself short if you don't get a real feel for the car before you make a purchasing decision. Also, even with the traction control on and new tires, the rear of the 370 loves to slide a little when aggressive all the way up through 3rd gear. Very fun with TC on, honestly a little scary with it off but still tamable.