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Nissan 350Z

Price $51,498 – $52,798
Fuel consumption 8.2 – 12.4 L/100km
The Car Guide rating N/A

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Pre-owned vehiclesPre-Owned Nissan Z: How Much Should You Pay?
As you might already know, a brand-new generation of the Nissan Z is hitting the market for model year 2023, featuring a 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6 and a design inspired by its ancestors. But some people say that the substantial price increase is a problem. If a naturally aspirated V6 with …
Test Drives2019 Nissan 370Z NISMO: Endangered Species
Twenty years from now, or even sooner, autonomous and electric vehicles will take up a significant portion of our roadways, and people will start losing interest in driving. No one likes being stuck in traffic, and as long as humans drive cars and cause accidents by distraction or lack of …
Test Drives2016 Nissan 370Z Enthusiast Edition: No-Frills Fun
The Nissan 370Z has been around for a little while now—since 2009 to be exact—and when this happens, manufacturers usually come out with a plethora of special-edition models to keep buyers interested until he next generation hits showrooms. Nissan actually did just the opposite with the 370Z: they came out …


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NewsPricing Announced for 2020 Nissan 370Z Lineup
Just a few days after introducing the new 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition at the 2019 New York Auto Show, Nissan announced Canadian pricing for the entire 2020 370Z lineup, which is now on sale across the country. Starting at $30,498 (just $500 more than last year) before freight and delivery …
New YorkNissan Unleashes an Even More Wicked GT-R
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its sports cars, Nissan has created special editions of the GT-R and 370Z for 2020. The GT-R gets a two-tone treatment dominated by the iconic Wangan Blue seen on R34-generation models. A white stripe extends from the hood all the way to the rear.
News2018 Nissan 370Z: Pricing and Changes Announced
The venerable 370Z in coupe and Roadster body styles, on sale in their current form since 2009, pursue their career in 2018 with a few styling tweaks, a new intermediate trim level and an unchanged base price of $29,998 before freight and delivery charges. All versions of the 2018 Nissan …
NewsUpdates For The 2016 Nissan 370Z
Nissan’s sporty coupe, the 370Z, has been on the market since 2009. While it’s not exactly at the forefront of the sport car war anymore, it still has one of the best fun/price ratios among its competitors. For 2016, the 370Z isn’t touting any significant new features or more power; …
New ModelsNissan Unleashes the 370Z NISMO at ZDayZ
At the annual ZDayZ event, a yearly festival for Nissan's (and Datsun's) sporty Z coupe, the manufacturer surprised its fans by unveiling the latest NISMO edition 370Z. NISMO is pretty well known among Nissan aficionados, regularly producing high-performance versions of already fast vehicles, like the R34 Skyline NISMO, the GT-R …
NewsDatsun 240Z Replacement Coming From Nissan
According to a report by Motor Trend, Nissan will be releasing a successor to the famous Datsun 240Z, codenamed the Z35. The Z35 will look to mimic the classic lines of the Datsun with a narrow body and long nose. Nissan plans to make it lightweight by using high-tensile steel.
Chicago2013 Nissan 370Z Previewed at Chicago Auto Show
If it’s February in Chicago, it’s time for one thing – sports cars. Bringing a taste of hot performance to the Windy City winter, Nissan today debuted the revised 2013 Nissan 370Z on the floor of the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. The new Z®, which is scheduled to go on …
MontrealNissan present the all new 2009 370Z
Nissan as intriduce at the Montreal Auto Show the 2009 Cube. The other new addition to the Canadian Nissan line-up is the new 2009 Nissan 370Z, the sixth generation model of the iconic Z sports car. The new 370Z is lighter, more powerful than ever before and offers enhanced handling, …


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