Nissan announced official pricing details for the 2015 370Z in the US. The base Coupe model starts at $29,990 and comes with a revised suspension and Bluetooth connectivity.
These features are now standard while new 19-inch alloy wheels become optional. If you want the open-top Nissan 370Z Roadster, you will have to pay $41,820, a quite steep price tag considering that you get largely the same equipment as the Coupe.
For this money, you might want to consider the Nissan 370Z NISMO, a model which comes with larger 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, new side skirts, rear spoiler and front bumper as well as LED daytime running lights.
The beefier 2015 Nissan 370Z Nismo is priced almost identical as the Roadster, namely $41,990. The new model is currently on sale in the States.
“Each model of Nissan’s iconic 370Z sports car offers an expanded range of trim levels for the new model year, along with a number of other key enhancements,” claims the company.