/2013 Nissan 370Z Price Hike

2013 Nissan 370Z Price Hike

Nissan 370Z 2013 at 2013 Nissan 370Z Price Hike

Nissan went ahead and bumped the price of the 2013 370Z sports car, to make up for the tiny amount of money they spent refreshing it for its new modelyear. The base Nissan 370Z Coupe with manual gearbox now runs for $33,900, and if you go for the seven-speed auto that’ll cost an extra $1,300. The Roadster is priced from $42,250, while the hotted-up NISMO will cost $43,800.

The most expensive version is the fully-loaded Roadster that will set you back whopping $46,250. All prices of course include delivery and handling fees.

Powering the 2013 Nissan 370Z family is a 332-horsepower 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine and choice of 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed automatic transmission. The 2013 370Z Roadster and 370Z Roadster Touring will be offered with the same engine but with the 6-speed manual offered only with the Touring model.

The 2013 model is also refreshed in terms of styling and features. It comes with:

  • Refreshed front fascia with vertical LED daytime running lights
  • Red reflector added to rear fascia (replaces previous black center cover)
  • Revised 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels (Sport Package equipped models)
  • New 18-inch wheels for 370Z Coupe
  • Red-finished brake calipers (Sport Package equipped models)
  • Dark-finish fuel gauge trim
  • Euro-tuned shock absorbers (Sport Package equipped models)
  • And two new exterior colors – Magma Red and Midnight Blue

It is a nice sports car, but it competes in a segment that, especially in America, there are cars that offer a bigger bang for the buck; cars like the Genesis Coupe, the Mustang, and the Camaro.

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