Nissan has announced pricing for the 2015 370Z lineup in the United States.
First up, the 370Z Coupe will start at $29,990. It largely carries over but gains standard Bluetooth connectivity, a retuned suspension and newly optional 18-inch alloy wheels with a black finish. There are also new Sport and Sport Tech variants as well as a standard navigation system on the 370Z Touring.
The 370Z Roadster features similar upgrades but it is significantly more expensive as it will be priced from $41,820.
Last but not least, the facelifted 370Z NISMO will retail for $41,990 which is $1,030 less than its predecessor. As we have previously reported, it has a GT-R inspired front fascia with LED daytime running lights. The model also features revised side skirts, a new rear spoiler and 19-inch forged aluminum wheels with a charcoal gray machined finish.
Note: Prices exclude an $810 destination and handling fee
Check out the press release for additional information