Special edition celebrates 40 years of Z cars
5 February 2010

This is the Nissan 370Z Black Edition, a limited edition car which marks the 40th anniversary of Nissan Z cars.

Available from April as a coupe only, the car is available in metallic black or quartz.

See the Nissan 370Z Black Edition pictures

Other changes over the standard car include a red leather and suede interior, a leather steering wheel, red stitching, 19-inch wheels, red brake calipers and an uprated touchscreen sat-nav.In total, 370 Nissan 370Z Black Editions will be sold in Europe.

Mechanically it is unchanged over the standard car.

Prices start from £33,645 for the manual and £35,045 for the automatic.

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5 February 2010

It looks nice, and i am sure it drives well. But i have always thought Nissans were 'value' cars. But £35,000 isnt anything but expensive in my opinion. I think its about 20% overpriced. maybe its why there are so few on the roads

5 February 2010

Maybe because it's a special edition?

I'm sure the Z started from about £26k when it was a 350z.

6 February 2010

Yep, nice looking car, but £10k more than it should be... but then again, it's all getting a bit mental... I spec'd up a new Punto Sporting with the 140hp Multiair... ~£17k! For a Punto(!?)

6 February 2010

As a special edition, the price is higher than usual - but given you an buy a basic one in the high 20's it is very good value. Remember a Focus RS will cost easily 30 with normal options and this thing has more power, had right wheel drive and looks fantastic in the metal. It doesn't even have any direct competitors anymore. Great car.

23 March 2010

This and the Aygo! Come on, AMG, where are your lawyers? In my book, it ain't a Black Edition unless it's got AMG's wonderful 6.2 litre V8. Also, I don't like the 370Z, because it's ugly (to me) and it's got a nasty V6 engine, which sounds decidedly uninspiring. V6s are for pussies. Six-cylinder sports cars should all have straight-sixes or flat-sixes.

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