Nissan has slashed up to $12,960 off the price of the brand’s 370Z sports car. The 370Z Coupe manual is now priced from $56,930 with its specification and equipment remaining unchanged.
In addition, the Coupe with manual transmission is available for $59,990 driveaway from now until 31 December 2013.
“Nissan is excited to offer customers the popular 370Z Coupe and Roadster models at this appealing price,” said Nissan Motor Company Australia Managing Director and CEO, Peter Jones.
The Nissan 370Z is powered by the marque’s V637VHR engine that delivers 245kW @ 7,000rpm and 363Nm @ 5,200rpm. It drives the rear wheels via a close ratio 6-speed manual, or a 7-speed automatic with Manual Mode. A viscous limited slip differential ensures power is put to good use.
Standard features include 7” touch screen with satellite navigation and a 9.3GB HDD, a Bose sound system, 19-inch forge alloy wheels by RAY, power adjustable seats and LED daytime running lights.
|Model||Old Price (Excl. on-roads)||New Price (Excl. on-roads)||Change|
|370Z Coupe Manual||$69,890||$56,930||-$12,960|
|370Z Coupe Auto||$72,890||$59,930||-$12,960|
|370Z Roadster Manual||$76,890||$65,930||-$10,960|
|370Z Roadster Auto||$79,890||$68,930||-$10,960|