2015 Nissan 370Z Receives New Trim Levels
The Nissan 370Z starts at $29,990 once again for the 2015 model year. Expect new standard features, trim levels, and an expansion of the NISMO lineup. The 2015 Nissan 370Z comes with an improved suspension, revised steering, and new standard Bluetooth hands-free phone system. When opting for the seven-speed automatic instead of the six-speed manual, prices go for $31,290. New Sport and Sport Tech trim levels are available this year, starting at $33,570 and $37,070 respectively when equipped with the manual. Top-of-the-line Touring models start at $37,970 and now come standard with navigation. In addition to the standard 370Z, a high-performance NISMO is also available. For the 2015 model year, there will now be four versions of this car. The base 370Z NISMO, equipped with a six-speed manual, starts at $41,990, or $1,000 less than the previous model year. NISMO models receive a new GT-R-inspired exterior design, including aerodynamic improvements and a deep front fascia. LED DRLs, black headlight bezels, NISMO red stripe accent, and a reshaped rear spoiler are also new on the NISMO models. Inside, expect black and red Recaro leather-appointed seats with Alcantara appointments. When equipped with a seven-speed automatic, the NISMO starts at $43,290. A new Tech trim is also available, which costs $45,490 when equipped with the manual and $46,790 when equipped with the automatic transmission. The 2015 Nissan 370Z Roadster starts at $41,820 when equipped with the standard seven-speed automatic. Touring and Touring Sport models are available with a manual transmission. Source: Nissan
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