The price of the base 2014 Nissan 370Z coupe is more than $3,000 less than last year’s model, making the two-seat sports car more affordable than its been in a long time. The rest of the lineup doesn’t benefit from the price drops though, as the NISMO and Roadster pricing remains unchanged. The reduction will hopefully increase the competitiveness in the growing sports car market, primarily against foes like the new Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ twins.
The 2014 370Z NISMO has been revised for the new model year, with a new design theme with new exterior and interior accents. The sports car now has a dark gray coloring for the front and rear fascias, slower side sills, side mirrors, and NISMO rear spoiler, each featuring NISMO-style red pinstripe accents. A new steering wheel with Alcantara appointments and red accents has been added, and is powered by a 350 horsepower 3.7-liter V-6 engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission, featuring a sport-tuned suspension and brakes.
The 370Z Coupe and Roadster both feature a unique exterior design, and the roadster now features an advanced fully automatic convertible top.
Pricing for the 2014 370Z is below.
- 370Z Coupe six-speed manual: $29,990
- 370Z Coupe seven-speed automatic: $31,290
- 370Z Coupe Touring six-speed manual: $35,270
- 370Z Coupe Touring seven-speed automatic: $36,570
- 370Z Coupe NISMO: $43,020
- 370Z Roadster seven-speed automatic: $41,470
- 370Z Roadster Touring six-speed manual: $44,170
- 370Z Roadster Touring seven-speed automatic: $45,470