Although the new Nissan 370Z has yet to be offered in a high-performance model in the U.S., customers in Japan can enjoy a unique Nismo performance trim. Similar to this performance model will be a new model in Europe named after Germany’s famed Nurburgring racetrack.
The special edition Nissan 370Z Nurburging includes a number of performance enhancements and will be made available to a mere 80 European Z buyers. With such limited availability, Saint Louis Car Loans are not surprised that this model will command a price tag of over $70,000.
Because of the uniqueness of these models, the Nissan 370Z Nurburgring edition will feature numbered plaques to highlight the vehicle’s limited products. New Haven Tire Sales also say that the Nurburgring edition will feature 19-inch OZ Racing wheels and a high-performance exhaust system from Corbra. Boston Auto Financing says perhaps best of all for any potential buyer, the 370Z will come with $212 worth of credit towards public days the the famed Nurburgring race track.
Powering the Nissan 370Z Nurburgring edition is the same 3.7-liter VQ V6 that powers the standard 370Z model. This engine, which continues to see praised by customers among Nissan dealers Framingham, will be mated to Nissan’s new six-speed manual transmission which is equipped with SynchroRev Match which automatically adjusts throttle response to ensure smooth downshifts.
American consumers looking for a higher performance 370Z luckily don’t have to wait too much longer. The all-new 2009 Nismo Z will be available this summer. VA used Nissan shoppers are consistently attracted to Z’s for their heritage and fun driving dynamics. The latest Z cars only continue that trend.