Nissan has announced official pricing on the new 2010 MY 370Z Coupe, which is no available in dealers all across the U.S. Like the previous models, the new one also starts under $30K, which makes it one of the most affordable yet satisfying sportscars on the market today. Coming in 370Z and 370Z Touring and in a special edition NISMO 370Z models, the car is powered by a 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine with Variable Valve Event and Lift Control (VVEL) developing 332 hp, and can be had with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic transmission.
The 2010 Nissan 370Z Coupe Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (M.S.R.P.) are:
370Z 6-speed manual $29,990 USD
370Z 7-speed automatic $31,460 USD
370Z Touring 6-speed manual $34,660 USD
370Z Touring 7-speed automatic $36,130 USD
NISMO 370Z 6-speed manual $39,190 USD
The special 40th Anniversary edition will be available from Spring 2010 and unique red leather-appointed and synthetic suede seats and red door panel inserts; 40th Anniversary seatback embroidery, floor mats, car cover and exterior badging; premium smoke finish wheels and red brake caliper finish; and an exclusive “40th Quartz” exterior paint color. The 40th Anniversary Package is offered only on the 370Z Touring manual transmission model.
Some of the luxury good on the 2010 Nissan 370Z include enhanced Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with 7-inch VGA touch-sensitive display, 9.3GB HDD Music Box, USB connectivity and iPod connection, XM NavTraffic with Real-Time Traffic Information and XM NavWeather (XM subscription required, sold separately), automatic phonebook download (select phones) and Bluetooth Streaming Audio; Nissan Intelligent Key and a Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System.