Yup, it’s Still for Sale: 2017 Nissan 370Z Pricing Stays the Same


Nissan has announced pricing for the 2017 370Z, which stays the exact same as the 2016 model year, just like the car. 

That means that base versions of the car, which are powered by a 332-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 mated to a six-speed manual, still cost $30,825 including destination charges. Opting for the seven-speed automatic brings the price up to $32,125. At the top end, the 2017 Nissan 370Z Coupe Touring runs $40,105.

There is a single change to the 2017 lineup: the availability of new exterior color, Chicane Yellow, on non-NISMO models.

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Those who want more power can still opt for the 370Z NISMO, which starts at $42,825, bringing along 350 ponies from the same 3.7-liter V6. It is also packed with track day upgrades like revised suspension, NISMO strut tower braces, performance dampers, bigger brakes, a limited-slip differential and a shorter final-drive ratio for better acceleration.

Grabbing a 370Z NISMO fully loaded will set you back $47,625, while chopping off the roof and going for the roadster will cost at least $42,655. A fully loaded drop top model will go for $50,735.

A base Ford Mustang GT costs $33,545, coming in just a little higher than the base 370Z, while offering just over 100 extra horsepower. Dropping down to an EcoBoost Mustang brings the price to $26,545, undercutting the 370Z by a wide margin while offering about 20 less hp but a lot more torque.

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  • Cody Beisel

    The article should also mention if you opt for the cheaper ecoboost mustang to anticipate engine failures around 20k miles. This car is old but reliable and proven car. Something ford can’t say!

  • Bug S Bunny

    Where did you get the info on Ecoboost Mustang failures?

  • Cody Beisel

    Not only my ford tech friend but it’s all over Google. The 2.3 is having issues with losing rings in the engine causing these cars to smoke and the top end to detonate. To combat this ford has detuned these engines and now the ecoboost is getting slower. Motor trend also did an article on this and I believe auto trader consumer reports reported about 1 in 3 ecoboost owners having mechanical failures. Ford focus st had similar issues with the earlier ones and people haven’t seemed to notice the newer ones are slower as a result. My friend who works at Ford as a tech sold his st and bought a v6 stang and pick up. He doesn’t believe in the reliability of those engines from first hand experience. Thanks to his advice I chose not to purchase an st and went to Honda and picked up an si for my daily. For the st look up programming clutch recalls and for the ecoboost mustang look up smoking. Lots of info on forums about this and you tubers are also making videos about this as well.

  • Cody Beisel

    It was only a matter of time we seen issues with these small car turbos as many people are having issues with the ecoboost pick ups as well. Also Google and you will see the amount of issues and recalls with those vehicles.

  • Cody Beisel

    You buy a 370z not because it’s new technology but because it’s proven performance and technology. Something Detroit doesn’t seem to have with their muscle car/sport cars. Don’t get me wrong I had a chance to drive a 2016 Camara ss and it was amazing. Look at the people complaining about blown 6.2l v8 engines in those cars and the corvettes(car and driver went through 3 engines on their long term review car). The 5.0l mustangs have weak transmissions and tend to lose 3rd gear (forums on this!) And fca is the lowest scoring auto brand right now. This article tries to make the Nissan seem like a bad vehicle but I know a few local scene drivers with 370zs and they have loads of miles on their cars with zero problems. Maybe autoguide should have mentioned that when comparing it to the mustangs lol

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  • Bug S Bunny

    I don’t disagree that the 370Z is a great car with proven technology and years of being on the market. The Ecoboost Mustangs really should not be compared to the 370Z anyway. As for Mustangs, the V6 or V8 models are what should be compared. As for your sources, Motor Trend results are questionable, and true enthusiasts don’t read Consumer Reports. The Honda Si is also a great car. Personally, I drive a Fiesta ST and have been quite pleased with it so far.
    As far as Ecoboost issues on the internet, bear in mind that people will ALWAYS gripe about bad experiences (regardless of the product, service, or store) but rarely if ever do you see forums where people discuss the good experiences. Everything you read must be kept in proper perspective.

  • Cody Beisel

    Follow Subaru wrx fan on YouTube he has some links to provide on the ecoboost mustang since he owns one. There are tons of issues for the mustangs. I enjoyed driving a Fiesta st it’s a cool car but insurance was another factor when I purchased the si. Motor trends article seems pretty comprehensive in the models they are comparing and with this problem. I’d follow it because of the discussion board which has links to forums from those with issues as well. I’d take my chances with a v8 mustang but know that the manuals do suffer with weak 3rd gear in the transmission, so you don’t buy them to mod them.