Nissan just announced pricing for its range of 370Z cars in the 2014 model year.
While much of the model range remains unchanged for 2014, Nissan will drop the price of its 370Z coupe by $3,130. That reduction allows the company to advertise its sport coupe with a starting price under $30,000, although shipping and handling will drive that to $30,780.
That price offers the car with a six-speed manual transmission, while buyers who want an seven-speed automatic will wind up paying $32,080.
It also slots the 370Z beneath the Mustang GT, which costs $31,695 also including delivery. It’s a tough fight for Nissan’s Z car given that it costs as much as something like the Mustang, which offers an additional 88 hp. Until this year, the 370Z was also more expensive.
The “Touring” grade coupe also gets a $2,550 price reduction, but the convertible keeps its price at $42,260 for the base car, which is only offered in an automatic. The manual comes back in with the soft top, but not until the Touring grade for $44,960. The automatic Touring convertible costs $46,260, which is the most expensive model in the line.
Nissan also left the NISMO coupe’s price the same at $43,810. All of the cars are available now at dealers.
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