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Base 2dr Roadster
2018 Nissan 370Z

The Nissan 370Z sports car is a 47-year-old icon that has re-invented itself a few times over the years, some times better than others. Given the pace its competitors move, it might be due for another such re-invention, but for 2018 brings just a couple of new touches: headlamps, wheels, and rear bumper.

For 2018, a 370Z Heritage Edition comes with yellow accents inside, and a choice of yellow or black outside. It's a low-cost package, only as a base Coupe, without a touchscreen, rearview camera, or active noise cancellation.

The 370Z Roadster is probably the best top-down performer at its price point.

What the 370Z offers is uncommonly pure performance that's affordable. It's true to the spirit of the original 240Z. Its engine is mounted ahead of the driver but rearward to sharpen balance and handling via weight distribution.

Its rear-wheel drive is a kick in the pants. There's a tight and fun 6-speed manual gearbox, or paddleshifting 7-speed automatic, both transmissions with rev-matched downshift blipping (except in the base coupe).

The engine is a strong V6 with its own deep heritage. This version is 3.7 liters and makes 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. There's also a higher-performance NISMO coupe version that makes 350 horsepower.

With the 7-speed automatic, the 370Z gets an EPA-estimated 21 miles per gallon Combined city and highway.
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The Nissan 370Z sports car is a 47-year-old icon that has re-invented itself a few times over the years, some times better than others. Given the pace its competitors move, it might be due for another such re-invention, but for 2018 brings just a couple of new touches: headlamps, wheels, and rear bumper.

For 2018, a 370Z Heritage Edition comes with yellow accents inside, and a choice of yellow or black outside. It's a low-cost package, only as a base Coupe, without a touchscreen, rearview camera, or active noise cancellation.

The 370Z Roadster is probably the best top-down performer at its price point.

What the 370Z offers is uncommonly pure performance that's affordable. It's true to the spirit of the original 240Z. Its engine is mounted ahead of the driver but rearward to sharpen balance and handling via weight distribution.

Its rear-wheel drive is a kick in the pants. There's a tight and fun 6-speed manual gearbox, or paddleshifting 7-speed automatic, both transmissions with rev-matched downshift blipping (except in the base coupe).

The engine is a strong V6 with its own deep heritage. This version is 3.7 liters and makes 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. There's also a higher-performance NISMO coupe version that makes 350 horsepower.

With the 7-speed automatic, the 370Z gets an EPA-estimated 21 miles per gallon Combined city and highway.
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Retail Price

$41,820
MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Smart Buy Price

$2,883
Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
Seating 2 Passengers
Transmission 7-spd auto w/OD
Power 332 @ 7000 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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