Revised styling and an extra 13bhp for our favourite coupe
30 April 2007

Nissan’s announced prices for the revised 350Z, and it’s a mere £300 more than the old one.

The main change to the Z is under the bonnet, where the old 3.5-litre V6 has been replaced with a new, more powerful 3.5-litre V6 producing 309bhp.

The bonnet itself has also been changed, with the addition of a muscly bulge to fit in the new engine. There’s also the option of some new colours, including the attractively garish Temper Orange.

The coupe starts at £26,795 and the roadster at £28,295.

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