The Nissan 370Z range now starts from - 26,995, with the new 370Z Nismo joining the line-up at £36,995.
There are now three trim levels ‘370Z’, ‘370Z GT’ and the 370Z Nismo which goes on sale June 2013. The entry level 370Z represents a saving of £3,005 over the outgoing MY12 370Z and the 370Z GT which replaces the GT Pack a saving of £3,055, despite having Nissan’s Connect Premium audio and satellite navigation system as standard.
The ‘370Z’, ‘370Z GT’ models are powered by a petrol 3.7-litre V6 engine delveloping 328 PS/363Nm where the Nismo gains 16 PS with a 344PS 3.7-litre V6 unit up, Nismo bodykit, uprated suspension and brakes plus a sports exhaust.
Model Year 13 cars gain daytime running lights and a new front bumper design. The GT now features new 19-inch alloy wheels with red brake callipers, while the 370Z entry-level car gets 18-inch alloy wheels previously only available on the Roadster.
New colour palettes have been added to the range with Magma Red and Midnight Blue replacing Black Rose and Le Mans Blue.
The MY13 370Z is available only as a six-speed manual coupe, as is the 370Z Nismo, while the MY13 370Z GT is available as a coupe or Roadster and with manual or automatic transmissions.Nissan 370Z Prices and Line-Up
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