Melbourne, Australia (9 February 2018) – The 2018 Nissan 370Z has enjoyed a stylish makeover that will refresh the model and set it apart from the previous iteration.
Distinct from the NISMO alternative, the 2018 version of the Nissan 370Z now features smoked front and rear lights – plus a smoked finish on exterior door handles – and newly designed 19-inch alloy wheels. It also arrives in a new shade of red, with the richer Cherry Red replacing the superseded Bordeaux.
Available in two stylish chassis including the Coupe – which accounts for 95 per cent of sales – or the retractable soft-top Roadster, the updates are applied to both, while the 6-speed manual option is now fitted with a high-performance EXEDY® clutch that makes it more responsive and fun to drive.
With almost 4,200 domestic sales since its April 2009 debut, the Nissan 370Z is fitted with satellite navigation with 3D mapping, a seven-inch integrated colour touch screen and Bluetooth as standard equipment. It also features Nissan’s Premium Braking System, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Anti-lock Braking (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and dual front, side and curtain airbags.
The Nissan 370Z features a 3.7 litre engine that boasts 245kW of power at 7,000rpm, peak torque of 363Nm at 5,200rpm and fuel economy figures from 10.4 litres# per 100 kilometres.
Starting at $49,990* for the Coupe with 6-speed manual transmission, the Nissan 370Z also has a 7-speed automatic option – incorporating a manual mode controlled by paddle shifters – from $52,490*. The Roadster begins at $60,990*.
The 2018 Nissan 370Z is offered in eight contemporary colours and is on sale now.
Nissan 370Z Pricing (MSRP*)
Grade Transmission MSRP*
Coupe 6MT $49,990
Roadster 6MT $60,990
*Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) are provided for media purposes only and do not include premium paint, statutory charges or other on-road costs.
#Applicable to the 370Z Coupe with 7-speed auto transmission. Figures tested in accordance with ADR81/02 (combined test). Figures stated for the purposes of comparison amongst vehicles only. It is unlikely that this fuel consumption figure will be achieved in real world driving conditions. Actual fuel consumption depends on factors such as traffic conditions, vehicle condition, how you drive and any accessories fitted.