The two-seat 370Z, once again available as either a coupe or a roadster, also comes in a new hardcore NISMO trim level for the 2014 model year. Any of the above come with Nissan’s ultra-strong 3.7-liter V6 with an available true manual transmission with automatic rev-matching. No other car anywhere near this price point can manage the Z’s complete package of power and dynamic handling from a dedicated sports car: the Scion FR-S may be a great corner carver, but its four-cylinder power may leave you wanting for more, while the Ford Mustang GT and Chevy Camaro SS have tons of power, but tend to skip around harshly on roads the lithe, dynamic Z was made for. It is in this unique sweet spot that the 370Z has no real rival, at least until you tack on an extra $20,000 or so.
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|Build & Price|
2014 Nissan 370Z$32,955 | 4,359 mi
2014 Nissan 370Z$36,995 | 5,120 mi
2014 Nissan 370Z$40,999 | 446 mi
2012 Nissan 370Z$22,995 | 19,489 mi
2012 Nissan 370Z$26,998 | 4,990 mi
2012 Nissan 370Z$32,280 | 39,064 mi
2011 Nissan 370Z$36,950 | 5,913 mi
2009 NISSAN 370Z$25,975 | 20,991 mi
2009 Nissan 370Z$29,977 | 31,935 mi