Nissan 370Z Coupes

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2018 Nissan 370Z

The 370’s looks are updated, with dark treatments of the headlights and taillights. A darker rear lower fascia joins a fresh design of 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Engine management has been tweaked for better throttle response. And versions with the manual transmission receive a high-performance clutch.

2017 Nissan 370Z

Not much is new for the 2017 Nissan 370Z coupe or convertible. The noteworthy change is the addition of a new exterior color, called Chicane Yellow.

About Nissan 370Z

The 2018 Nissan 370Z is a tricky proposition. On the one hand, here is a 2-seat sports car that can be used every day, with the reliability and tolerability that implies. Try looking elsewhere for those qualities and the alternatives offer less power, like the Mazda MX-5 Miata, or cost much more, like the Porsche 718 Cayman/Boxster. On the other hand, the 370Z is almost past its sell-by date (despite sports cars having longer shelf lives than regular vehicles), with a new model rumored to be in the pipeline. In the meantime, the Nissan 370Z comes in coupe and Roadster (convertible) forms, with the coupe also available as a high-performance Nismo version.

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