By on December 31, 2008

Figuring many TTAC readers would be interested, I input pricing for the new 370Z into TrueDelta’s pricing database the day it was released. Since TTAC licenses this information, this site is about the only place you can already configure the new, 332-horsepower 370Z. Media reports suggest that the new car handles better and has a nicer interior than the less compact, slightly heavier 350Z. Compared to the 2008, the base price is up $1,425, to $30,625 (the $30,000 figure you’ll read elsewhere ingores destination). BUT the new car has airbags, stability control, and a few other features as additional standard equipment. Adjust for these, and the 2009 is actually priced a bit lower than the 2008. The more agile Mazda RX-8 runs about $3,500 less, but no doubt most people will opt for the much more powerful Nissan when choosing between these cars. When both cars are loaded up, the related Infiniti G37 coupe runs about $3,800 more than the 370Z. But adjust for the Infiniti’s additional content (sunroof, additional power seat adjustments, etc.) and the difference is close to zero.

[Michael Karesh’s is a TTAC info provider]

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10 Comments on “Nissan 370Z Pricing Now Available...”

  • avatar

    Huge fan. I love what they’ve done with the 370…the styling is amazing and the performance bang-for-yer-buck is great – it’s only 0.1 second slower than a Cayman S from 0 to 60 MPH. Looks like they’ve substantially upgraded the lacking interior as well. Definitely going to keep this on the radar in the next couple years.

  • avatar

    Our local dealer has one, in black, it’s absolutely stunning. Had about 5-6 sales folk buzzing about it.

    I wish they could do something about the door pulls though.

    Oh and is the title supposed to be 370Z or am I going nuts?

  • avatar
    Michael Ayoub

    We just now got the pricing information for the Nissan 350Z?

  • avatar

    I can’t stand the super low sight lines and high doors wrapped around you impeding vision. Makes you feel really short. This isn’t a problem in a smaller convertible sports car, like the MX-5.

    :/ 370Z ain’t my thing. Especially if it’s like 32k+ for an adequately equipped model. Mazda’s so much better looking and cheaper and easy to see out of. :/

    Wonder what the Roadster will look like?

  • avatar

    With the options I want, it’ll eclipse $39K. Shit, now I gotta hope GM survives so I can grab a Camaro.

  • avatar
    Dr. No

    To these eyes, the car is fugly. And I think I have a flair for design.

  • avatar

    The model is really nice.
    New Cars

  • avatar

    An info provider, eh?

  • avatar

    I suppose when I was younger, I would have liked this car more than the G37, but I find the infiniti version a lot better looking now.

  • avatar

    So…..what is the bottom line after “Dealer Cashback”, “Trade-in Bonus”, “Loyalty Bonus”, “College Grad Credit”, “Military Bonus”, “Factory Rebate”, “Lease Loyalty”, “Nissan Rebate”, “RCI”, “Financing that Fits”, “Preferred Finance Bonus”, “Quarterhorse Assoc. Member Discount”, “Competitive Bonus”, “Bonus Cash”, “Direct Mailer”, and “Conquest++” ???

    Just as I thought: I’d still have to pay something to get one.

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