Nissan 370Z-Coupe Model History
New and Used 370Z Coupe Prices, Nissan 370Z Coupe Model Years and History
All New and Used 370Z-Coupe Model Years and History
A sports car fan favorite, the Nissan Z underwent a massive remodel for 2009. Built around a new VQ37VHR engine, the 2009 Nissan 370Z arrived as a meaner and leaner performance car. Maintaining some main design elements featured with the re-introduction of the Z branded sports car in 2003, the Nissan 370Z Coupe's new look is furnished through the increased use of aluminum body panels. Upgraded handling was also provided with the widened 370Z Coupe. Generating 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, the 3.7-liter V-6 powerplant came paired with six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmission. Boosting engine output to 350 horsepower, the NISMO 370Z added a full array of racing-inspired equipment to the Nissan sports car including a uniquely tuned suspension and super lightweight 19-inch wheels. In 2010, a 40th Anniversary Package celebrated the historic debut of the Datsun 240Z with exclusive graphics and equipment. Receiving a minor styling upgrade with a new front end and LED daytime running lights in 2013, a new 370Z Sport appeared in 2015 with 19-inch RAYS wheels and an advanced Bose audio system. For 2018, the Nissan 370Z Coupe will be highlighted by a number of enhancements. Dark-tinted light details, a manual gearbox with a new racing-inspired clutch as well as a Heritage Edition were some improvements found on the 2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe.