Nissan 370Z Models and 370Z History

With the discontinuation of the 350Z, the all-new 370Z was unveiled in 2009 as its official replacement. It offered a larger and more capable engine, better handling and upgraded interior materials. A new roadster model was introduced in 2010, replacing the 350Z roadster that was discontinued. In addition, updates for that year included new powered and heated mirrors, improved GPS system and Bluetooth integration.

 

A special 40th Anniversary Edition Z trim was also offered, featuring signature styling, unique paint and badging. The 370Z would go through 2012 unchanged. But in 2013, new LED running lights were added and some minor updates were made to different trim levels. The car would remain unchanged in 2014.

New and Used 370Z Prices, Nissan 370Z Model Years and History

The sporty and stylish 370Z coupe from Nissan lets you enjoy a technologically enhanced joyride, no matter where your destination may be.
Sporty, stylish and lightning quick, the 370Z doesn’t disappoint.
The road-hugging 370Z offers a replete array of amenitiesand a refined cabin. Sweet luxury meets speed and comfort in this popular two-seater by Nissan.
A RWD sports car available in coupe or soft-top convertible trim levels, the 2014 Nissan 370Z is designed with performance, value, and style in mind.
Introduced with re-designed front and rear fascias, the 2013 Nissan 370Z is a front-engine RWD sports car available in coupe or soft-top convertible trim levels.
A RWD sports car available in coupe and convertible trim levels, the 2012 Nissan 370Z offers the NISMO trim level which bumps performance to 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of torque.
A stylish sports car, the 2011 Nissan 370Z is a unique ride that packs a punch.
The 2010 Nissan 370Z is a two-door sports car that adds two more versions to the lineup this year, alongside the coupe, in the form of the convertible and the NISMO coupe.
Bursting on the scene in a big way, the 2009 Nissan 370Z is a brand-new sports coupe with massive energy and loads of luxury.