Nissan USA announced today the official pricing for the refreshed 2018 Nissan 370Z range, including the Coupe, Roadster and the Nismo variant. According to this info the cheapest new 370Z you can obtain will set you back $29,990, and the most expensive $49,900.
That base price is for the 2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe with a 6-speed manual. Adding an automatic transmission will up the cost to $31,390. Then there is the trim levels including Sport ($33,570 MT/$34,970 AT), Sport Tech ($37,070 MT/$38,470 AT), and Touring ($38,190 MT/$39,590 AT). The Roadster start at a whopping start at $41,820 with a 7AT, $46,570 for Touring 7AT, $48,100 for Touring Sport with a manual gearbox, and $49,400 for Touring Sport 7AT. As for the 2018 Nissan 370Z Nismo, it costs $45,690 with a manual and $47,090 for the automatic. You have ot add another $885 to all prices above for destination charge.
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For the 2018 the 370Z gets a number of upgrades such as with revised exteriors that include dark headlight treatments, dark tinted rear combination lights, new blackout rear lower fascias and new 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheel designs, high performance clutch for manual models, two additional speakers and new Passion Red paint job. In addition, a new Heritage Edition package is offered on the base 370Z with Chicane Yellow Heritage Edition featureing black outside mirrors, gloss black graphics and yellow interior trim, and Magnetic Black Heritage Edition with gloss silver graphics and yellow interior trim.
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