The 5 Best-Looking Nissan 350Z Widebody Kits! – Rated [0/10]
Last Updated on September 24, 2022 by E. Lindgren
Very much like the Subaru BRZ or Toyota GT86, the Nissan 350Z makes for a great candidate when it comes to widebody kits.
The Nissan 350Z is one of those Japanese cars that carry the widebody-style look extremely well. The stock 350Z chassis is kind of dull and boring looking. But the round shape leaves a lot of room for further customization, such as a widebody kit.
A widebody kit for the 350Z completely transforms the way the car looks. It can go from quite a modest-looking sports coupé to something that looks like it will rip the tarmac out of the ground.
A widebody kit is often the choice for people that are seeking performance. Since, when you increase the power, you’ll likely want some beefier tires to go with it. And by going with a widebody kit you can fit some very large tires without them ridiculous. A stock chassis on the other hand would look quite absurd with such large tires.
And despite what reason you may have, a wide-bodied 350Z just looks badass. So here are what we think are the best-looking Nissan 350Z widebody kits currently available.
This is an unbiased review, we are not getting paid to rank these kits in a certain order.
5. Vis Racing 350Z Widebody Kit
Most body kit manufacturers choose to produce their kit with various ABS plastics or Polyurethane, but Vis Racing has mastered the craft of manufacturing fiberglass body kits, and their Nissan 350Z is one of them.
These fiberglass kits have a few advantages along with a few disadvantages in comparison to Polyurethane and ABS plastics.
The major benefit is that it’s incredibly lightweight, and thanks to its rigidity it will not warp during temperature changes. However, also due to its rigidity installation becomes more difficult as you’ll not be able to bend and adjust the pieces without risk of shattering or breakage.
The same goes for when the kit is on your car. Hitting a pothole with an ABS plastic or Polyurethane body kit might just temporarily bend the kit and then it’ll go back to its original form. Whereas a fiberglass kit might actually completely shatter.
But Vis Racing has a long-proven history of quality fiberglass kits, and their kits offer excellent fitment and finish while also being relatively cheap to due their kits being manufactured with fiberglass.
The kit itself features:
- A new front bumper
- Side skirts
- Rear bumper
- Front and rear fenders
This kit starts from around $3,000.
4. Garage Mak Widebody Type 1 & 2 350Z
Garage Mak’s widebody kit for the Nissan 350Z provides a very authentic JDM look, not too commonly seen overseas.
Garage Mak is a Japanese company that on top of manufacturing their own body kits also does engine tuning and racing. The great thing about that is that these kits are actually manufactured to provide the utmost performance at the race track. That means that the aero they put on there is not just for show, it also serves a functional purpose.
The kit itself is made up of:
- New front and rear bumper
- Rear diffusor
- Front Canards
- Front and rear fender set (+35mm)
- LED Reflectors & LED Center Back Fog Light
- Vortex Generators
The material is either available as FRP, Hybrid Carbon, or Carbon depending on which part.
The kit itself will set you back anywhere from $5,000 to $8,500 depending on what material choices you go for. This might seem quite pricey considering what you get. But you have to keep in mind that this kit is purposefully designed for the race track. A lot of the other kits on this list are purely manufactured for design purposes.
However, if you only want a few pieces of the set, those can be ordered separately in case you don’t want to spend a half fortune.
3. Fenderist Spec S+ 350Z Widebody Kit
Fenderist is a large manufacturer of a variety of widebody kits for various cars.
One of their more popular creations is the Fenderist Spec S Nissan 350Z widebody kit as this kit is not only great-looking but also fairly affordable in comparison to the competition such as Rocket Bunny or Liberty Walk.
The Fenderist Spec S kits is molded with ABS plastic which is very sturdy and durable and can handle high temperatures without losing its structure very easily.
The kit comes in two versions, the entry-level kit provides +50mm widened arches in the rear and front along with some side skirts, a small trunk-lip spoiler. The kit also comes with a more aggressive front-lip. This kit begins at $1,500.
Then you have the high-end widebody version which on top of the basic version also comes with a gigantic carbon fiber GT-wing, a carbon fiber rear racing diffusor along with other extras such as carbon; side mirrors, extenders, cannards along with a massive carbon front-lip. This kit begins from $2,800.
2. Darwin Pro BRY 350Z Widebody Kit
Darwin Pro is a giant when it comes to manufacturing aftermarket body kits. These guys produce anything from $40,000 Lamborghini Aventador kits to the kit I’m about to show you know, their Nissan 350Z Bry Style widebody kit.
Just like Vis Racing, this kit is manufactured using fiberglass and can be had also in a more prestigious version also using carbon fiber parts.
The 350Z Bry Kit offers a unique style that differentiates from many other 350Z body kits.
The kit features:
- A New front bumper
- Rear diffuser
- Front and rear fender flares
- Trunk spoiler
This basic kit starts from around $1,900.
The carbon package includes the same parts but instead of using unpainted fiberglass, some of the parts such as the diffusor and front-lip are replaced with carbon fiber. This kit starts from around $2,800.
1. Liberty Walk Nissan Z33 (350Z) Widebody Kit
Liberty Walk is one of the most famed body kit manufacturers in the world. Being founded in 2008, Japan by Wataru Kato the brand has grown significantly and is now selling aftermarket kits to most major car brands.
Liberty Walk’s (LB) products range from a few thousand dollars all the way up to $200,000 for their most high-end carbon fiber kits. But despite this large variation in price, one factor always remains the same. Their product will always have the highest quality. You will never have to worry about panel gaps, bad finishes, or flimsy plastic.
The widebody kit in question today is their Z33 (350Z) widebody kit which is manufactured using FRP (Fiber-Reinforced Plastic). FRP uses some additional chemical components to strengthen the material in comparison to using regular fiberglass.
Their kit comes as standard with:
- New front and rear bumper
- Widened front and rear fenders.
- Front bumper lip
- A duct bonnet hood
- Ducktail boot spoiler
For many of us that love a good widebody kit, the Liberty Walk Kit never fails to impress. In terms of styling and quality, the Liberty Walk kit goes unchallenged. Despite its huge overfenders, LB’s kit still somehow remains sophisticated, and you can tell a lot of effort was put into its design.
The unfortunate catch is that the LB body kits are quite expensive. The 350Z LB kit starts from around $5,860.