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The Nissan Z series has been around for roughly 46 years, and for most of those years the recipe has stayed more or less the same. The Z series has always been a two-seater performance car that is a ball to drive and comes with a reasonable starting price.

The 370Z is back for 2017 despite rumors that it may have been on its way out. While it managed to stay in production, the 370Z is basically unchanged from last year with color choices being the only major change and pricing remaining the same as 2016.

What's New for 2017

The 370Z is a holdover with almost nothing changing, including the price. A new, bright yellow paint color called Chicane Yellow is available as an option on any non-NISMO trim. Magma Red will no longer be offered as a color choice.

Choosing Your Nissan 370Z

The 370Z keeps its 3.7-liter V6 engine under the hood, which cranks out 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. It is paired with a six-speed manual transmission or an optional seven-speed automatic. The high-performance NISMO 370Z keeps the same engine under the hood but ups the horsepower to 350 via a different exhaust system and software adjustments.

The 370Z starts at $30,825 for a base model coupe and goes all of the way up to $48,100 for the Roadster Touring Sport. It's available as a Coupe and a soft-top Roadster and each comes in a variety of trim levels that determine how a car is equipped—there aren't any options except for the $1,300 automatic transmission.

Base

The base 370Z comes with an impressive list of standard features that includes automatic climate control, keyless entry and start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an 8-way adjustable driver seat and a Bluetooth enabled stereo system. The exterior is jazzed up with 18-inch black-finish aluminum-alloy wheels and HID headlights. The base model Coupe is priced from $30,825, while the Roadster starts at $41,820.

Sport

The Sport trim is only available on the Coupe and adds a viscous limited-slip differential that enhances traction by distributing power to the rear wheels. The Sport also receives 19-inch RAYS forged wheels, a rev-matching feature, and front and rear spoiler. The interior moves to a premium Bose audio system with eight speakers. The starting price of $33,570 is unchanged from 2016.

Sport Tech

The Sport Tech adds a number of convenience items to the performance features of the Sport. These includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system with Sirius XM, Travel Link and more; a rearview camera; and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a Homelink transmitter. Pricing for this Coupe-only trim starts at $37,070.

Touring

The Touring trim dials back the sport car features and ups the luxury factor. The 19-inch wheels, upgraded brakes and viscous limited-slip differential of the Sport models are gone but it gains heated leather seats, the navigation system, rearview camera and the auto dimming mirror. The Bose 8-speaker stereo comes standard on the Touring trim. The Touring Coupe is priced at $37,970 while the Roadster version will set you back $45,270. The Roadster is also available in a Touring Sport Trim, which adds back in the 19-inch wheels, upgraded brakes and Viscous limited-slip differential but bumps the price up to $48,100 making it the top-of-the-line Roadster in the 370Z lineup. The Coupe is not available in the Touring Sport trim.

NISMO

The NISMO is the ultimate performance-oriented 370Z. Under the hood is the same engine but it has been tweaked to crank out 350 horsepower. It also adds massive 14-inch 4-piston brakes, a free-flow dual exhaust, specially tuned suspension, and 19-inch RAYS forged alloy wheels.

The interior is decked out as well with a Recaro leather-appointed seats with Alcantara inserts as well as a leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. The NISMO costs $41,990

NISMO Tech

This trim keeps all of the performance features of the NISMO and ups the convenience factor with the navigation system, rearview monitor, upgraded audio system and the Homelink rearview mirror. The NISMO Tech comes with a starting price of $45,490.

CarsDirect Tip

If super-high-end performance is the most important thing to you, the NISMO is the only choice, but the Sport Tech model also provides a performance orientated ride combined with the tech conveniences many drivers crave. Even at the low end, the base model is packed with performance at a very affordable price point in this category.

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