3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Nissan 370Z

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What you must know before buying the Nissan 370Z
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  • Base pricing has dropped under $30,000 for 2014
  • No cash incentives currently offered
  • 2015 models now arriving at dealers nationwide
  • Lease deal is an attractive alternative for September

No-interest financing is an excellent deal:

While the 370Z was seeing some heavier incentives in years past, note that Nissan has significantly cut base pricing for the 2014 model year, now starting at under $30,000 for the 370Z Coupe.

Coupe models are readily available, while the Roadster and especially the high-performance NISMO model can be much more difficult to find. 0.9% APR financing for up to 36 months can still be found on either the Coupe or Roadster.

2014 models see the best incentives, while 2015 models don't see any for October.

Will savings improve soon?

Now a few years into its model life, the 370Z is a niche sports car with a relatively few number of examples produced each year. These tend to find good homes, and we don’t tend to see much in the way of cash incentives. Depending on demand, we may see cash back extended on the Coupe model in November or December, but don’t hold your breath.

Advantageous lease offers continue this month:

Nissan has ramped up available lease offers on the 370Z in recent months, now coming with lower monthly payments. Lessees in most markets can find the base Coupe with 6-speed manual transmission at just $299 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing. The 370Z Roadster comes at a payment of around $459 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at signing.

No-interest financing is an excellent deal:

While the 370Z was seeing some heavier incentives in years past, note that Nissan has significantly cut base pricing for the 2014 model year, now starting at under $30,000 for the 370Z Coupe.

Coupe models are readily available, while the Roadster and especially the high-performance NISMO model can be much more difficult to find. 0.9% APR financing for up to 36 months can still be found on either the Coupe or Roadster.

2014 models see the best incentives, while 2015 models don't see any for October.

Will savings improve soon?

Now a few years into its model life, the 370Z is a niche sports car with a relatively few number of examples produced each year. These tend to find good homes, and we don’t tend to see much in the way of cash incentives. Depending on demand, we may see cash back extended on the Coupe model in November or December, but don’t hold your breath.

Advantageous lease offers continue this month:

Nissan has ramped up available lease offers on the 370Z in recent months, now coming with lower monthly payments. Lessees in most markets can find the base Coupe with 6-speed manual transmission at just $299 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing. The 370Z Roadster comes at a payment of around $459 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at signing.

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