For 2018, the Nissan 370Z is getting a few very minor updates in an attempt to keep some buyers interested in the aging sports car. On the outside, these updates include dark headlight and taillight treatments, a blackout lower rear fascia, a new Passion Red hue, and new 19-inch alloy wheels.
Under the sheet metal, the 370Z gets an optimized torque profile that helps with acceleration and a new “motorsport-inspired” EXEDY high-performance clutch.
Inside, the base 370Z sees its speaker count rise from four to six.
Otherwise, the 370Z is, once again, a carryover.
What we hadn’t learned was just how much the 2018 Z-Car would run you. Well, Nissan recently revealed the full 2018 370Z pricing schedule.
The Coupe will start from $29,990 (no change) for the base trim with the six-speed manual and top out at $39,590 ($320 increase) for the Touring trim with the seven-speed automatic transmission. As for the NISMO Tech model, it will start from $45,690 ($200 increase) with the manual transmission and top out at $47,090 ($300 increase) with the seven-speed auto. Finally, the roadster starts from $41,820 (no change) for the base model with the automatic and tops out at $49,400 (No Change) for the Touring Sport with the seven-speed auto.
There is no information on prices for optional equipment, so stay tuned for updates on this.