Nissan has announced pricing for the 2019 370Z coupe and convertible. With few changes, the base price stays the same for the fourth year running. For buyers who want to stand out, a new Heritage Edition is on the options list.
The 370Z saw changes that included new fascias front and rear, along with new wheel designs. For 2019, the biggest change is a new auto-dimming mirror with back-up camera as standard. The powertrain remains unchanged, and the 3.7L V6 makes 332 hp and offers a choice of a six-speed manual with rev-matching or a seven-speed automatic. While the base model continues to slide in under the $30,000 mark, all other trims see a $200 increase.
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New for the Coupe is a Heritage Edition that offers black mirrors, silver decals, and yellow interior trim with a choice of either deep blue pearl or chicane yellow paint. The Roadster gets the same new mirror and camera but does not offer Heritage Edition colours. The Nismo model carries on with a 350 hp version of the V6 with 276 lb-ft of torque and is manual-transmission only.
The 2019 370Z lineup is expected to hit dealers later this year.
2019 Nissan 370Z Canadian pricing:
370Z Coupe 6MT $29,998
370Z Heritage Edition $30,998
370Z Coupe Sport 6MT $34,198
370Z Coupe Sport 7AT $35,698
370Z Coupe Sport Touring 6MT $44,498
370Z Coupe Sport Touring 7AT $45,998
370Z Coupe NISMO 6MT $48,498
370Z Roadster Touring 6MT $49,898
370Z Roadster Touring Sport 6MT $53,998
370Z Roadster Touring Sport 7AT $55,498