The North American division of Nissan (NNA) has just announced the prices for the complete line-up of the 2012 370Z models, stuff including the Coupe, sick Roadster and NISMO, which are already available at the dealerships nationwide.
According to the automaker, the cheapest version of the 2012 370Z is the Coupe 6MT, which is coming with the 3.7 liter DOHC V6 engine, delivering 332 horsepower, mated to the six-speed manual transmission, with the seven-speed automatic available as an option. Technologies available in the Coupe are the Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with seven-inch VGA touch-sensitive display, iPod connection, USB connectivity, XM NavTraffic (subscription required), RearView Monitor, Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone System and the standard Nissan Intelligent Key.
370Z Coupe 6MT $31,450 USD
370Z Coupe 7AT $32,750 USD
370Z Coupe Touring 6MT $36,150 USD
370Z Coupe Touring 7AT $37,450 USD
Moving up in the lineup and we can find the Roadster, the cheapest one being, according to Nissan, the 370 7AT with the seven-speed automatic transmission, which can be bought for 39.500 USD, coming with the standard 3.7 liter DOHC V6 engine and its 332 horsepower.
370Z Roadster 7AT $39,500 USD
370Z Roadster Touring 6MT $42,200 USD
370Z Roadster Touring 7AT $43,500 USD
The most expensive 2012 Nissan 370Z is the Coupe NISMO 6MT which can be bought for $40.830 and it comes with the same 3.7 liter DOHC V6 engine but it’s now offering 350 horsepower. The top-of-the-line is coming with a racing-inspired interior, specially tuned suspension and unique forged alloy wheels, along with the four-wheel independent suspension or the close-ratio six-speed manual transmission with standard SynchroRev Match, allowing rev-matched heel-toe-like downshifting.