6 October 2004

Nissan has announced prices for the 350Z Roadster and Murano SUV, ahead of the order books opening on 15 October. The 350Z is priced £1500 above its coupé sibling at £26,000. It is available with a GT pack that offers an upgraded stereo, heated/electric leather seats, and cruise control for an extra £2500. The roof takes 20 seconds to drop after releasing a latch. A £2000 deposit will secure one of the limited number of cars coming to the UK. There will be just one version of the BMW X5-rivalling Murano, priced at £29,800 and powered by the 350Z’s 3.5-litre V6, producing 242bhp. Standard kit for the 4x4 includes ‘six-speed’ constantly variable transmission, sat-nav, leather and a seven-speaker Bose stereo.

Deliveries of both cars will commence next March.

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