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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