Classic sports car proportions, a healthy power output and the inherent fun of a rear-drive coupe all conspire to make Nissan a company that real car enthusiasts can appreciate.
They’ll appreciate it even more now, with a 3,005 price reduction from the newly spruced-up car bringing the barrier for entry down to just 26,995.
For your extra cash you don’t just get an extra 130 horsepower or so (328 PS total), but new daytime running lights, a revised front bumper design, and two new colours – Magma Red and Midnight Blue. GT models, for 31,995, also get new 19-inch alloys, red brake calipers, and Premium Audio and satnav as standard.
Want more excitement? Find an extra ten thousand over the entry 370Z and you’ll be behind the wheel of the Nismo version.
Announced earlier this year, the Nismo puts out 344 PS from its 3.7-litre V6, and plays a few more tunes while it does so thanks to a sports exhaust.
A Nismo bodykit and uprated suspension enhance the looks and driving experience respectively, and every Gran Turismo gamer in a fifty-mile radius will want to become your new best friend…
Priced from: 26,995 (Nismo 36,995)
Available from: Now (Nismo June, deliveries July)
So, here’s the dilemma: With 370Z prices cut down to a tempting 26,995, do you opt for the muscular 370Z, or the significantly less powerful – but otherwise excellent – Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ?
We expect that’s a question that more than a few sports car buyers will be asking themselves, shorn of the pricing cushion that previously separated the three rear-drive Japanese offerings. For a pure driving experience the lighter cars probably still have it, but the extra 130 horses are very tempting…
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