About three months ago Nissan presented the revised 2014 370Z and now the company’s U.S. division has released pricing details for the entire family. You will be glad to hear that the base 370Z Coupe is now $3,130 cheaper than before which means it kicks off from $29,990. Nissan has also reduced the price tag of the more premium 370Z Coupe Touring by $2,500 so it can be yours for as little as $35,270. As for the Nismo and Roadster versions, these cost the same as they did for the 2013 model year, meaning you’ll pay $43,020 for the Nismo and $41,470 for the Roadster.
Keep in mind that the above mentioned price tags do not take into consideration the extra $790 for destination charges. It could possibly be the last model year for the 370Z as a direct replacement will allegedly be launched in 2015 at an important international motor show. The new version could ditch the current V6 3.7-liter engine in favor of a smaller and lighter turbocharged 4-cylinder mill. The loss of weight will compensate the less power so the new model should provide just about the same performances.