The 2017 Nissan 370Z is available in coupe and roadster body styles. This rear-wheel drive model is sold in 370Z (Base), Sport, Sport Tech, Touring, NISMO, and NISMO Tech trims for the coupe. Roadster models are available in 370Z (Base), Touring, and Touring Sport trims.
Most models are powered by a 3.7-liter V6 engine creating 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. This engine is paired with either a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic transmission. The 370Z Coupe makes an EPA-estimated 18 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway with the manual transmission, and 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway when paired with the automatic transmission.
NISMO models get the same engine and transmissions, but the engine is enhanced with an H-configured exhaust system design and muffler tuning and engine control calibration. As a result, these models make 350 horsepower and 276 pound-feet of torque.
The 370Z was introduced in 2009 and represents a long line of “Z” models. Now in its ninth model year, the current model remains mostly unchanged from its significant refresh of two years ago.
The standard 370Z Coupe 6MT model costs $29,990. Choose the automatic and your price is $31,290. The 370Z Coupe Sport 6MT model is priced from $33,570. Choose the automatic and you’ll pay $34,870. The 370Z Coupe Sport Tech 6MT model costs $37,070. The automatic version will cost you $38,370. Purchase the 370Z Coupe Touring 6MT model and you’ll pay from $37,970 or $39,270 for the automatic.
NISMO models are priced as follows. The 370Z Coupe NISMO 6MT starts at $41,990 and the automatic costs $43,290. Choose the 370Z Coupe NISMO Tech 6MT and you’ll pay from $45,490 or $46,790 for the automatic.
Roadster prices are as follows. The 370Z Roadster 7AT costs $41,820. The 370Z Roadster Touring 6MT is priced from $45,270 and $46,570 for the automatic. The 370Z Roadster Touring Sport 6MT costs $48,100 while the automatic is priced from $49,400.
Prices do not reflect $835 destination charge.