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Nissan 370Z Model Years


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Back when Nissan still sold cars under the “Datsun” banner, it introduced the 240Z—a bona fide sports car that cost less than its European rivals. Engine displacement increased over the years, along with weight, and the bloated 280ZX of the early eighties was more grand tourer than sports car.

Nissan regained its performance credentials with the 300ZX of 1990 and the 350Z of 2003. A complete redesign for 2009 produced the 370Z, which has the performance and impracticality of the true sports car.

Nissan 370Z Generations

2009 - 2014 Nissan 370Z

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The 370Z is the sixth generation of the venerated Nissan Z line of cars dating all the way back to the now-classic 1969 Fairlady Z. There has really only been one generation of the 370Z itself, starting in 2009, with a number of updates coming along the way. The latest update was for the 2013 model year and included a new front fascia, wheel design and many performance upgrades on the sporty NISMO model.

See Year: 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014

2003 - 2008 Nissan 370Z

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The 350Z carried on the legacy of the Datsun 240Z with sporty handling, plenty of torque and bold design. The 2003 edition was offered in four trims, plus a fifth NISMO trim with a power boost and special SynchroRev Match system. In 2004, a Z Roadster was added to the lineup, and in 2005 Nissan introduced an anniversary edition coupe. Although it kept up with the latest technology and comfort features, the 350Z's cabin was slightly less posh than competing models each year.

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