Nissan 370Z: Higher Price for More Powerful Punch
The 2009 model of the Nissan 370Z is more powerful and good looking than its predecessor and has a suggested selling price of $30625 inclusive of shipping.
An automatic shifting option is also available. The seven speed transmission can be yours for an additional bill of $1300.
The car is being offered with a base and Touring variants. The Touring model will have extra perks like Bluetooth technology, aluminum pedals, elegant leather seats, Bose speaker systems, and a satellite radio.
A touring model version with manual transmission will make one $35155 poorer and about $36455 lighter for an automatic 370Z
The 370Z has a bull under its hood, a V6 3.7L engine, that can make the car charge on the road at 332 horse power.
The new Nissan 370Z was redesigned to have a stronger structure despite the use of lighter materials. The car was also designed with a longer wheelbase but shortening the overall length of the newest member of the family. The interior of the 370Z also got a make over using high quality materials.
Buyers of the 370Z Touring also have an option to add a navigation system for $1850. A sport package will spotlight the 19-inch wheels and tires from Bridgestone Potenza. If you want the paint changed to yellow, it can be done by shelling out $500.
The front suspension of the 370Z has a double wishbone configuration while the rear has a multi-link build. Brembo brakes add to the quality of stopping and controlling the road monster.
The 370Z may have some hints of the 350Z but with some tweaking in its heftier exterior and elegant interiors the car will win praises from car enthusiasts.
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