For those interested in buying the all-new 2013 Nissan 370Z, the Japanese manufacturer has just released the pricing list. As a result, the 2013 Nissan 370Z, equipped with a six-speed manual transmission will cost $33,120, while the model using the 7-speed automatic transmission will cost you $34,420. The 370Z Coupe is powered by a 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine delivering 332 hp.
Moreover, for those money you will also get a new design which includes refreshed front fascia with vertical LED daytime running lights (except Nismo 370Z), new 18-inch wheels and two new colours, Magma Red and Midnight Blue.
A Sport Package will also be available and this will offer 19-inch wheels, red brake calipers and Euro-tuned shock absorbers. The Nismo 370Z model will offer dark-finish 19-inch wheels, new brake system components and new Bose Premium Audio Package.
Nissan 370Z Roadster will start at $41,470 for the model equipped with the seven-speed automatic transmission, while the version using the six-speed manual transmission will cost $44,170.
The 370Z Nismo will cost $43,020. According to the official press release, the 2013MY Nismo 370Z will offer the same 3.7-liter V6 engine delivering 350 hp. Enhancements for the 2013 Nismo 370Z include a new Gun Metallic wheel color, new red finish caliper color, high-rigidity brake hoses, and use of R35 Special II brake fluid.
For those living in the Windy City, February is not just about winter as it’s also about one special event and this is all about sports cars. For the 2012 Chicago Auto Show, Nissan revealed that it will be officially unveiling the 2013 Nissan 370Z. With a host of new features and improvements, it is guaranteed that the new Z will not only offer excitement but also something fresh.
For this new model, the brand said that it will come in three versions, the Coupe, the NISMO Z, and the Roadster. Updates include the front fascia being redesigned and integrated with the LED daytime running lights positioned vertically. On the rear fascia, there is now a red reflector which replaces the black center cover of the previous model. Meanwhile the fuel gauge will come with a dark finish with the two new colors made available for the exterior which are Midnight Blue and Magma Red.
For the Coupe version, it will come with the new 18-inch wheels. Customers who avail of the Sport Package, which is offered for all the models, will have the redesigned aluminum-alloy 19-inch wheels. The Sport Package will also have the brake calipers finished in red with the Euro-tuned shock absorbers added in. Additional features include the high-rigidity brake hoses, as well as the performance brake fluid, in a style similar to the GT-R.
All models will have the 19-inch wheels with a metallic dark finish as standard. Those who want to listen to media with likely appreciate the addition of the new Bose Premium Audio Package with two subwoofers and two extra speakers. It should be noted though that the NISMO 370Z does not offer the Midnight Blue or include the Euro-tuned shocks.
This version also does not have the new reflector on both the front fascia and the rear fascia. Ever since the brand released the first Z in 1970, the main objective has been to come out with new designs, shared Al Castignetti, currently the Vice President and General Manager of Nissan North America, Inc.’s Nissan Division.
He added that while the changes implemented in the 2013 model year may appear to be subtle, it enhanced the dynamic appearance not just for the exterior but even for the interior. Sales of the new 2013 Nissan 370Z are slated to begin next June at various authorized Nissan dealers across the U.S.