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Nissan Tweaks 2019 370Z Models, Prices Carry Over

2019 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition

For 2019, Nissan has slightly updated its three 370Z models — including the coupe, NISMO coupe and roadster sports cars — with minor feature additions and a couple of new colors added to the mix. The best part? Starting prices for each of the Nissan 370Z models is unchanged for Nissan's new model year.

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In the lineup, Nissan's coupe model has the lowest base price of $30,875 (including an $885 destination charge). The Nissan 370Z roadster starts at $42,705 and MSPR for the NISMO version of the Nissan 370Z sports car starts at at $46,575. Transmission options for these new Nissan 370Zs include a six-speed manual transmission or seven-speed automatic, with the roadster Nissan 370Z only offering the automatic.

2019 Nissan 370Z; Manufacturer images

The Nissan 370Z coupe is the only variant offered with the Heritage Edition Package, which adds two new color schemes for 2019, Deep Blue Pearl (shown above) and Pearl White, as well as a standard auto-dimming rearview mirror. The trim levels have been simplified, too; the Touring and Sport Tech Nissan 370Z models have been combined into the new Sport Touring trim. Here are the updated trims and prices:

  • 370Z coupe (six-speed manual transmission): $30,875 MSRP
  • 370Z coupe (seven-speed automatic): $32,275
  • 370Z coupe Sport (six-speed manual): $34,605
  • 370Z coupe Sport Touring (six-speed manual): $38,975
  • 370Z coupe Sport Touring (seven-speed automatic): $40,275

The 370Z NISMO model is the sportiest, most performance-oriented of the three. The 370Z NISMO still features a 3.7-liter V6, but it makes more power than in the regular 370Z: 350 horsepower and 276 pounds-feet of torque. There are no substantive changes to Nissan 370Z NISMO models for 2019.

  • 370Z coupe NISMO (6-speed manual transmission): $46,575 MSRP
  • 370Z coupe NISMO (seven-speed automatic): $47,975

Nissan's roadster still has the same number of trim levels, but one roadster gets a name change for 2019 — from, uh, Touring Sport to Sport Touring. Big stuff there. All roadster models of the Nissan 370Z also add an auto-dimming rearview mirror as standard equipment and is only offered with the seven-speed automatic transmission.

  • 370Z roadster: $42,705 MSRP
  • 370Z roadster Touring: $47,455
  • 370Z roadster Sport Touring: $50,285

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