Nissan announces prices and trim levels for its new coupe
27 January 2009

Nissan has revealed the prices for the new Nissan 370Z coupe, which is due on sale in the UK in July.

The base Nissan 370Z will cost £26,895 and gets 18-inch alloys, climate control and Bluetooth connectivity.

The second of the three available trim levels, called the GT Pack, adds heated suede and leather seats, a Bose sound system and 19-inch alloys, while the range-topping GT Ultimate trim level has sat-nav and higher-quality cabin trim.

An automatic seven-speed gearbox is also available as a £1400 option.

Nissan 370Zs specified with the GT Pack and GT Ultimate trims will also come with Nissan’s new Synchro Rev Control – the first system of its kind to use a manual gearbox that matches engine revs during upshifts and downshifts.

The GT Pack will cost £30,195 on the new Nissan 370Z, £1700 less than the GT Ultimate trim, which completes the range at £31,895.

The Nissan 370Z will also be available with self-healing Scratch Shield metallic paint, a £450 option that allows small paint scratches to ‘heal’ thanks to a special elastic resin in the clear topcoat.

George Barrow

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