Nissan’s U.S. division has released full pricing details for the 370Z model year 2015 which kicks off at $29,990, without adding the $810 destination & handling fees. For this money you will be getting the base 370Z Coupe which compared to the 2014 model year has received as standard equipment Bluetooth connectivity. There’s also a retuned suspension together with optional1 8-inch black alloy wheels. The 370Z Touring now comes fitted as standard with a navigation system while customers have the possibility of opting from new Sport and Sport Tech versions. The 370Z Roadster has just about the same updates but starts at $41,820.
The range-topping 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO facelift will set you back $41,990 which makes it $1,030 more affordable than the 2014MY. It comes with a GT-R-like front fascia boasting LED daytime running lights and also comes with updated side skirts, charcoal gray machined 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, as well as a redesigned rear spoiler.