Nissan drops the price on 370Z

Nissan drops the price on 370Z

Untitled1Nissan has significantly reduced the retail price on both the manual and automatic versions of its 370Z sports car.

The 370Z coupe with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission has a new list price of $59,990 a reduction of $16,710, while the 370Z coupe with 7-speed automatic with M-Mode has a new list price of $63,495, a reduction of $15,205.

Nissan says the 370Z contains a superior level of performance, specification and sophistication and now offers even greater value for money.

“Nissan is excited to offer customers the 370Z Coupe at this appealing price,” said Nissan New Zealand managing director John Manley.

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