Nissan has recently announced a price drop for the 370Z in the United States, where the 2014 model year is now 3,130 cheaper than before.
The announcement may take you by surprise but this might be a first step into Nissan getting ready to launch the new generation of the model. But until the new sports car will become available to its future customers, the facelifted version will set you back for 30,780 USD, including the 790 USD destination charge, over-seas. This is just over 4,500 USD more expensive than the base Subaru BRZ version. The 370Z Roadster gets no price break for the 2014 model year and it’s carrying the same 41,470 USD. The 370Z Nismo also costs the same as it did last year.
The facelifted version of the Nissan 370Z is getting a revised front fascia, a new bumper and two vertical LED daytime running lights. The model is also getting two new paint colors, Magma Red and Midnight Blue, along with red brake calipers and 18- / 19-inch alloy wheels. The engine of the model hasn’t been updated so the 3.7 liter V6 can still be found under its hood, producing a total output of 324 HP (241 kW), enough for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint of 5.5 seconds. The Nissan 370Z facelift has been officially presented to the public during the 2012 Paris Motor Show.