Despite its aging platform and dated styling, the 2019 Nissan 370Z remains an attractive prospect. Why? Because you won’t find another 2-seat sports coupe with as much power for so little money. The 370Z is offered in coupe and convertible form in trims ranging from basic to the high-performance Nismo.
New Features and Revisions
For 2019, Nissan reduces the number of 370 trims, combining last year’s Touring and Sport Tech into this year’s Sport Touring. A rearview monitor mirror is now standard, while the 6-speed manual is dropped from the 370Z Roadster.