Nissan has announced pricing details for its 2014 U.S.-spec 370Z lineup. Starts from 29,990 USD without 790 USD destination charges.
Nissan has announced pricing details for its 2014 U.S.-spec 370Z lineup.
The most important price change is for the 370Z Coupe which now begins from 29,990 USD, making it 3,130 USD more affordable than 2013MY. In addition, Nissan has also slashed 2,500 USD from the 370Z Coupe Touring's price so it now kicks off from 35,270 USD. 370Z Roadster and Nismo prices have remained the same at 41,470 USD and 43,020 USD, respectively. These prices do not include the extra 790 USD destination charges.
This could turn out to be the last model year for the current generation as a successor is expected at a major auto show next year. While the current model has a V6 3.7-liter engine, the new one will allegedly feature a smaller four-cylinder turbocharged mill offering just about the same level of performance thanks to a lower weight.
Further pricing details can be found in the attached press release.