Interest in the Nissan 370Z GT Coupe is about to go sky high - just as the interest rate on the Nissan's finance deal couldn't get any lower.
This offer using Nissan's Preferences (PCP) finance product allows drivers with a 25% deposit to spread the cost of their Z over 2 years with the option (but no obligation) to pay off the remainder of its value after 24 months. With monthly repayments from as low as £299, Nissan fans could be closer to owning their dream model than they think.
Ownership of the Nissan 370Z Roadster - complete with fully-electric folding hood - has also become even more tempting. With a deposit of only £8,372 and a monthly payment of £349, drivers can get closer to the action with the top down. For a full breakdown of the finance packages on offer see the table below.
The Nissan 370Z punches well above its weight thanks to its front-mounted V6 engine feeding 328PS to the rear wheels. Performance is eye-opening, with the 0-62 mph sprint taking only 5.3 seconds and a top speed of 155mph in reserve. The Nissan 370Z's brute force also comes hand in hand with the latest technology, with world-first Synchro Rev Control automatically blipping the throttle on manual gearbox down changes and Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL) improving low-end power delivery.
As a result, the Nissan 370Z has always captivated the sports car community with its ability to out perform its German competitors. Interest in Nissan's Z-car has never been higher, so what better time to lower interest rate on repayments to 0%?
|Model||OTR||Deposit||Amount of Credit||24X||Optional Final Payment||APR||Total Amount Payable|
This is a 11-year+ news article, from our Nissan archive, which dates back to the year 2000.
If in doubt check with your local Nissan dealer as car prices and technical data will have changed since 2010.
Although our car news is published in good faith, we cannot guarantee it to be error free or complete or up-to-date.
Nissan 370Z Images may not be UK specification cars. Colours and exterior and/or interior elements may differ from actual models.
The car news and images remain the copyright of the rights holder and may not be used without their consent.